Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher has called presidential hopeful Barack Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention last week “spell binding”.
Gallagher, who watched the address while on tour in the US, also said he wished Mr Obama was British.
“Impressive stuff. Spellbinding in fact. Wish he was one of ours. Why do Americans believe they're electing the president of THE WORLD though?" he wrote on the band's website.
The guitarist has been keeping fans constantly updated with blog posts throughout the bands current tour, which is supporting their new album 'Dig Out Your Soul'.
Writing last week, Gallagher said there had been “no major drama”, except for problems with US immigration.
"Somewhat predictably U.S. immigration nearly takes as long as the flight. I think the sight of a true, real life evil genius has the young officer flustered,” he told fans.
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