Before you start thinking, "Jaysis, he best hook up with Bono for a chat (Bono revealed he was losing his sight while on Graham Norton, to little response), Noel's vision doesn't require surgery. Yet. In fact, he could probably avoid surgery if he'd just wear glasses, but he's not willing to do that. That's just Rock 'n Roll.

The 47-year-old has revealed his eyesight has started to become blurry but he doesn't want to wear glasses, and will only embark on treatment to prevent the deterioration of his ailing vision when he is unable to tell the difference between his wife, Sara MacDonald, and other women. Although that could have its advantages...

He said: "I do need glasses. But I'm going to wait until I walk into a restaurant and accidentally kiss other women while my wife is at another table before I do anything about it. Then I'm going to get them lasered." Or you could just wear glasses. Or contacts. 

As it happens, his poor eyesight is the least of his worries as the former Oasis star - who has 15-year-old daughter Anais, as well as sons Donovan, seven, and Sonny, four - is terrified of losing his hair as he grows older. Don't fret, Noel, there's a laser for that too.

Speaking about the prospect of being bald, he said: "I don't have the face for it, my nose is so big that I can't wear a hat." I don't even know what that means. Does his nose get in the way of the hat? Or does he end up resembling The Vulture Police?

So many questions... Anyway, while he is well known for penning some of Oasis' greatest hits along with two albums worth of solo material, the star admitted he would rather be unable to write further hits than lose his trademark hairstyle.

He told The Sun: "If my hair ever goes, it's getting shaved. I'd rather lose my songwriting ability than my barnet. I've written loads of great songs, but it doesn't work without the hairdo."