Liam Gallagher will tear up Mustique for his 50th – but brother Noel will not be there.

The ex-Oasis hellraiser, whose big day is on Wednesday, has splurged around £30,000 on a villa.

Family and friends will make the trip to the posh Caribbean island but not estranged Noel, 55.

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A source said: “Liam has hired a really flash private villa which has a private beach for a week-long celebration.

He wanted to go somewhere where he wouldn’t have people taking pictures.

“He keeps joking that what happens on Mustique stays on Mustique, so we’re expecting a big bash.”

Mustique is a small, private island in the West Indies and a favourite with royals and politicians.

The idyllic island also a regular holiday location for royalty as the late Princess Margaret loved to visit.

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Liam and Noel broke up Oasis in 2009 and have been feuding for years since, and it's left fans worried the Britpop legends will never reunite.

Liam recently performed at Wembley stadium at the Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert, but he admitted he had to avoid Queen guitarist Brian May.

He said he'd have to hide from rocker Brian as he 'slagged him off' years ago.

Liam told Radio X: "I'm hiding from him [Brian May] because I've slagged him off, so if I do see him I'll be putting me hood up and running off.

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"He's tall, man, he's tall. just can't be a***d with the hassle, so if I see him I'll just blame it on our kid [Noel], say it was our kid who slagged him off."

In 2017, Liam took a dig at Brian's guitar when he said: "Brian May's guitar sound sounds like he's got it clogged in his a*s."

"Obviously it's a tribute, we do what we've got to do, and I’m privileged to be doing it," he added before clarifying: "I ain't running scared from Queen, I'm just saying we don't want to be getting into altercations on a tribute night, do we?"

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