Sharon Horgan describes a surreal exchange with Liam Gallagher about Motherland

Sharon Horgan has detailed a surreal exchange with Liam Gallagher about her parenting comedy hometown.

The Channel 4 show stars Anna Maxwell Martin as a stressed-out middle-class mum juggling everything from the competitiveness of the morning school run to the chaos of throwing a children’s party.

In a new interview, Horgan has revealed that while standing offstage at Gallagher’s recent Manchester show, she discovered the former Oasis star is a fan.

“I went to see Liam Gallagher play and when he came on stage he came up to me and said, ‘hometown! Damn genius!’” she said NME. “And I was like, ‘What the hell?!’ That was the last thing I expected.

“Firstly, I never expect homeland people to know me because I write behind the scenes, and secondly, I never thought Liam Gallagher would fit into his demographic.

“I always thought it would be moms in Green Park who would watch it, so I fucking loved that.”

Gallagher has four children with four different women. Molly is 24, Lennon is 22, Gene is 20 and Gemma is nine.

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Horgan’s next project is the Apple TV+ comedy thriller bad sistersin which she stars alongside Anne Marie-Duff and Eve Hewson.

The show follows the lives of the Garvey sisters, who are bound together by the untimely deaths of their parents and a promise to always protect one another.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/sharon-horgan-liam-gallagher-motherland-b2112774.html Sharon Horgan describes a surreal exchange with Liam Gallagher about Motherland


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