Don't bet on that Oasis reunion any time soon - Liam Gallagher said his brother Noel was "worse than Donald Trump" as he arrived at the NME Awards on Wednesday night.
The former Oasis star, who has a turbulent relationship with his older sibling, was asked who his villain of the year was as he arrived for the ceremony.
"Gotta be Noel," he told the Press Association. "I'm being serious. You're laughing, but he's worse than Kim-Jun f****** Tung or whatever he's called.
"And he's worse than Donald Trump. He's the biggest liar and biggest faker in the business, so yeah, him."
"He's worse than Piers Morgan as well," he added.
Gallagher, who released his debut solo album, As You Were, last year, continued: "Me and my brother made some good music. And I guess the attitude was just as important as the music."
Gallagher Jnr, was beaten by rapper Loyle Carner in the prize for best British solo artist at the NME Awards, which took place at Brixton's O2 Academy, but he did collect the NME Godlike Genius gong and closed the ceremony with an array of hits.
Shirley Manson of Garbage was also been honoured with the Icon prize at the ceremony.
Rapper J Hus won album of the year for his debut release, Common Sense. The 22-year-old, who is nominated in the same category at next week's Brit Awards, beat off competition from the likes of Lorde to claim the accolade at the event, which saw a number of female artists among the big winners.
New Zealander Lorde was named best international solo artist, Charli XCX's Boys won best track while there were also wins for London breakthrough star Stefflon Don (best new artist) and indie-rock four-piece The Big Moon (best music video).
US pop star Ariana Grande was also among the winners as she was recognised for her strength in the face of adversity following the Manchester Arena attack where 22 people were killed after her concert last May.
The 24-year-old was named hero of the year, while the One Love Manchester concert she organised to raise money for survivors and the families of those killed picked up the best music moment prize.
The late Fall frontman Mark E Smith was remembered at the ceremony, which took place just three weeks after his death.
His ex-wife and bandmate, Brix Smith, led a tribute to the acclaimed musician and lyricist.
Also among the attendees was pop star Kylie Minogue, who presented Muse with the best festival headliner prize, while Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan was voted villain of the year ahead of the likes of US President Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May.