The film – which starred Lady Gaga and opened in October to positive reviews– features a scene that was shot at Glastonbury, where Bradley Cooper surprised fans in 2017 by taking to the Pyramid stage.
Now, Gallagher has revealed that he has known Cooper for six years and took the actor to his first Glastonbury.
He told Q Magazine: “He used to say to me, ‘I want to get it right.’ The hardest thing in the world is pretending to be a rock star.”
And Gallagher went on to add that he was impressed with Cooper’s acting skills in A Star is Born.
He added: “For somebody who isn’t a singer or a guitar player he carries that shit fucking well.”
Gallagher went on to joke that Cooper had said there was “a bit of” him in character Jackson Maine – with one of Gallagher’s “moves” being in the film as he walks across the stage, bends both arms and claps twice. Gallagher added: “I was like, ‘That is me. That’s my patented fucking move!’”
Earlier this month, Gallagher released an official book titled, ‘Any Road Will Get Us There (If We Don’t Know Where We’re Going)’, which told the story behind the rocker’s biggest ever tour with his band High Flying Birds.
It also followed the story of the making of Gallagher’s latest album – 2017’s ‘Who Built the Moon?’ – with a series of stunning images by former Man City photographer Sharon Latham and words from Noel and his band mates.