Coronavirus: Liam Gallagher drives fans wild with deadly bug remix of Oasis song

Liam Gallagher has remixed Oasis' Wonderwall into a new coronavirus tune.

It urged fans to wash their hands amid the crippling COVID-19 pandemic which has been sweeping the globe.

The band's lead singer, 47, made light of the situation as Brits have been advised to self-isolate at home in a bid to tackle down on the crisis.

The new tune Wonderwash had fans in hysterics when he posted a video on Twitter.

Liam shared a hilarious video of himself singing along to the tune of the iconic song yet he had changed the lyrics to reflect the coronavirus pandemic.

The tweaked lyrics read: "Today is gonna be the day that they're gonna throw it back to you.

  • Coronavirus: Ant Middleton gives grovelling apology and deletes misleading clips about virus

  • Kim Kardashian breaks silence as fans demand answers over Taylor Swift call leak

"By now you should've somehow / Realized what you gotta do / Wash your hands / Scrub your toes / Scratch your a**e and pick your nose / C'mon you know".

The video was captioned: "New tune WONDERWASH c’mon you know LG x".

Fans rushed to compliment him on the track as they were enthralled with his retake on Wonderwall.

  • Coronavirus: Workers face 'financial ruin' as Government unveils emergency cash package

Among the crowd, one wrote: "One of the best things you’ve ever tweeted. Keeping it real sunsheeeeine, you don’t know how many people needed this x"

Others wrote: "When’s this available on Spotify."


It comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Friday all pubs, bars, restaurants and gyms were staying shut.

This move was the latest in the government continuing to crackdown on the killer virus.

Thousands of beds and nurses will be available from next week to fight against  coronavirus  thanks to a deal between NHS England and independent hospitals.

The deal – the first of its kind – includes the provision of 8,000 hospital beds across England, nearly 1,200 more ventilators, more than 10,000 nurses, more than 700 doctors and more than 8,000 other clinical staff.

Do you have a story to sell? Get in touch with us at  [email protected]  or call us direct 0207 29 33033

Source: Read Full Article