Lewis Capaldi says his Noel Gallagher dig at this year's Glastonbury Festival was just ''a good laugh'' and harmless banter.

The Someone You Loved hitmaker jokingly took aim at the former Oasis star as he took to The Other stage at Glastonbury on Saturday in a green parka and matching bucket hat, as a clip of Noel saying ''Who's this Capaldi fella?'' played on repeat on the screens around the stage.

Taking off the parka, Capaldi then revealed he was wearing a t-shirt with Gallagher's face emblazoned on it, surrounded by a heart.

Speaking to The Guardian newspaper, the 22-year-old star said there were no ill-feelings behind his stage entrance and that it was all done in good spirits.

"It did take a moment to change gear, from 'comedy entrance' to 'gig of your life'," Capaldi said. 

"It was all a good laugh, then I realised: 'I've got a gig to play here' … I wasn't prepared for that many people. The first half-minute was a bit nervy."

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Gallagher's 19-year-old daughter Anais even took to Twitter to applaud Capaldi after he mocked her dad, joking that she wants to be just like Capaldi when she's older.

The beef started after Gallagher rubbished the Scottish star during a radio interview, saying: "Who's this Capaldi fella? Who the f***** that idiot?''

Gallagher also took to Twitter to say that Capaldi had upset his young son with his tear-jerker ballads.

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