Liam Gallagher narrowly avoids run-in with daughter he's 'never met' Molly Moorish, 19, at post-BRITs bash as he parties with lookalike son Gene, 16
It was a family affair for Liam Gallagher, 45, at the BRITs Warner Music after-party on Wednesday night, as the rocker took his son Gene, 16, with him, whilst his estranged daughter Molly Moorish, 19, was also in attendance.
Liam did not bump into Molly - who he claims he has 'never met' - and instead spent time posing for snaps with Gene in matching khaki green jackets.
Both men performed a snarly pout for the camera before making their way into the party - which was attended by the likes of Dua Lipa, Georgia Toffolo and Caroline Flack.
Family outing: Liam Gallagher, 45, struck a matching snarly pose with look-a-like son Gene, 16, at BRITs after-party... as they were joined by Oasis singer's girlfriend Debbie Gwyther, 34
Also with the Gallagher boys was Liam's girlfriend Debbie Gwyther, 34.
This is the second outing in a week for the couple, who are usually extremely private and keep their romance low key.
Liam's other son, 18-year-old son Lennon didn't make an appearance at the BRITs, leaving that to his younger brother and their dad.
However, another one of Liam's four children, daughter Molly, was at the party, despite their paths not crossing, with the teen walking the red carpet and happily posing for snaps at the CÎROC sponsored bash.
Near-miss: Liam's estranged daughter Molly Moorish, 19, was also at the bash. Liam did not bump into Molly - who he claims he has 'never met' - and instead spent time with Gene
Party time: Also with the Gallagher boys was Liam's girlfriend Debbie Gwyther, 34
Out he comes: Gene was seen getting out of the car and heading into the CÎROC sponsored bash - rather ungracefully
Liam recently confessed he has never met his two daughters Molly and also Gemma Ghorbani, after both children were born from affairs that ended his marriages at the time.
The former Oasis frontman told The Mirror that despite paying child support for his two daughters, he's 'never got round' to meeting them.
Liam fathered Molly, 19, in 1998 with Lisa Moorish during his marriage to actor Patsy Kensit, while Gemma, five, was born after a fling with journalist Liza Ghorbani, ending his marriage at the time to Nicole Appleton.
Speaking about his relationship with Molly, Liam said: 'I've just never got around to meeting her. I've heard she's all right, though. She's doing all right.
Head down: Gene tried to keep a low profile as he walked into the event
Solo: Liam's other son, 18-year-old son Lennon didn't make an appearance at the BRITs, leaving that to his younger brother and their dad
'I never heard anything that she wanted to meet me.'
Talking about Gemma Liam added: 'Not met the one in New York either. But I wish them well. if they ever need anything, give us a shout.'
The stars were out in force on Wednesday night for the BRITS 2018 Awards, held at London's O2 Arena.
Hosted by Jack Whitehall, fans saw performances from the likes of Clean Bandit, J Hus, Jorja Smith and Stormzy and Liam Payne.
Dua Lipa, 22, took two of a possible five gongs on the night, and while Ed Sheeran, 27, was hot on her heels with four nods, the English musician only collected one.
Arrival: This is the second outing in a week for the couple, who are usually extremely private and keep their romance low key
Like father like son: Gene sported a similar outfit to his dad
She was also nominated for British Breakthrough, British Single, British Artist Video of the Year and the prestigious Mastercard British Album of the Year for her self-titled Top Ten debut, which produced the No. 1 single New Rules and three more Top 40 singles.
However Ed missed out on an award after being nominated for British Male Solo Artist, British Single, Mastercard British Album of the Year and British Artist Video of the Year.
Stormzy similarly picked up two award, collecting British Album of the Year and British Male Solo Artist.
Meanwhile Sam Smith was left out completely, in one of the biggest award snubs in history.
The international categories saw huge megastars including Drake, Beck, P!nk, Taylor Swift, Killers, Kendrick Lamar and main show performers Foo Fighters up for awards, as well as Bjork's ninth BRIT nomination for Best International Female.
He's arrived: Liam's appearance came after he confessed he has never met his two daughters Molly Moorish and Gemma Ghorbani
Post performance: The former Oasis frontman told The Mirror that despite paying child support for his two daughters, he's 'never got round' to meeting his daughters
Rag'N'Bone Man won Best British Single for Human, but he faced stiff competition from J Hus for Did You See, Clean Bandit for Symphony, Liam Payne ft Quavo for Strip That Down, Calvin Harris ft Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean for Feels, Dua Lipa for New Rules, Ed Sheeran for Shape Of You, Jax Jones for You Don't Know Me, Jonas Blue for Mama and Little Mix for Touch.
As always the public voted for the Best British Single category - which is usually made up of the best-selling releases from the past year.
Elsewhere Jorja Smith won Critics' Choice, while Steve Mac was named the Producer of the Year.
Estranged daughter: Liam fathered Molly, 19, in 1998 with Lisa Moorish (pictured together) during his marriage to actor Patsy Kensit
Jason Iley, BRITs Chairman and Chairman & CEO of Sony Music UK and Ireland said:
'This year's nominations, as well as the incredible performances on our launch show tonight, are representative of an exciting, genre spanning and vibrant year in British music with a strong mix of established acts alongside new and emerging artists who are set to become the big names of the future.'
The winner of the British Artist Video award - decided by the public - was Harry Styles for Sign Of The Times, though he wasn't in London to collect.
BRIT Awards 2018: Full winners list
BRITISH ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
Ed Sheeran - Divide
J Hus - Common Sense
Rag 'n' Bone Man - Humour
Stormzy - Gang Signs & Prayer - WINNER
BRITISH MALE SOLO ARTIST
Stormzy - WINNER
BRITISH FEMALE SOLO ARTIST
Dua Lipa - WINNER
Gorillaz - WINNER
Dua Lipa - WINNER
BRITISH ARTIST VIDEO OF THE YEAR
Anne-Marie - Ciao Adios
Calvin Harris Ft Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean - Feels
Clean Bandit Ft Zara Larsson - Symphony
Dua Lipa - New Rules
Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You
Harry Styles - Sign Of The Times - WINNER
Jonas Blue Ft William Singe - Mama
Liam Payne Ft Quavo - Strip That Down
Little Mix - Touch
ZAYN and Taylor Swift - I Don't Wanna Live Forever
CRITICS' CHOICE AWARD
Jorja Smith - WINNER
BRITISH SINGLE OF THE YEAR
Liam Payne - 'Strip That Down' featuring Quavo
Jax Jones feat. Raye - 'You Don't Know Me'
Clean Bandit - 'Symphony' featuring Zara Larsson
Rag'n'Bone Man - 'Human' - WINNER
J HUS - 'Did You See'
Calvin Harris - 'Feels' featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean
Dua Lipa - 'New Rules'
Ed Sheeran - 'Shape of You'
Jonas Blue - 'Mama' featuring William Singe
Little Mix - 'Touch'
INTERNATIONAL FEMALE SOLO ARTIST
Lorde - WINNER
INTERNATIONAL MALE SOLO ARTIST
Kendrick Lemar - WINNER
Foo Fighters - WINNER
BRITISH PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
Steve Mac (Ed Sheeran ÷) - WINNER
GLOBAL SUCCESS AWARD
Ed Sheeran - WINNER
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