2017 was declared the year of the face-off between bitter brothers and former Oasis bandmates Noel and Liam Gallagher.
It all kicked off when Liam, the band's former frontman, announced he was going solo and releasing solo album 'As You Were'.
Whilst the pair have been feuding since Liam hit Noel over the head with his guitar after a backstage bust-up at their final show in Paris in 2009, resulting in Noel quitting and the Britpop group's demise, things heightened this year.
On Twitter , Liam has called Noel everything under the sun from "stalker potato", blasting him for supporting U2, and criticising his response to the terrorist attack that took place outside the Manchester Arena in the pair's hometown in May - following his no-show at the One Love Manchester benefit concert.
However, of all the insults thrown Noel's way by his younger sibling, we must say Liam mocking his brother's scissor player, who performed the shearing instrument during 'She Taught Me How To Fly' from Noel's third album with his High Flying Birds on TV show Jools Holland, topped it off.
Noel has only reacted on a few occasions, comparing his brother's song 'For What It's Worth' to "Adele throwing up into a bucket", and ruling out a reunion.