Lewis Capaldi clapped back at Noel Gallagher during his Glastonbury set by sharing some love instead of swapping jibes, after the former Oasis star mocked him recently.

Gallagher tweeted the Someone You Loved hitmaker saying, "You might wanna try and find some joy in your tunes you're destroying the youth..my 11yr old is in bits."

Before his entrance on the Glastonbury Pyramid Stage, Capaldi played a video clip of Gallagher saying, "Who's this Capaldi fella?"

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Capaldi then walked on stage to the Naughty by Nature track, Here Comes The Money, wearing a bucket hat and oversized green parka a la Oasis. He then removed the parka to unveil a white t-shirt with a red love-heart around Gallagher's face on it.

Gallagher has yet to respond, but his daughter Anais tweeted that, "I want to be Lewis Capaldi when I grow up."

Capaldi also posted a gallery of photographs to his Instagram account, one of which is a picture of him with Noel's estranged brother Liam.

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