Liam Gallagher went on The Jonathan Ross Show, which airs tomorrow, as the star turns 47.
And Liam, 46, didn't hold back during his appearance, as he lifted the lid on family life.
The Oasis star, who released new album Why me? Why Not. today, revealed in the TV interview he has hopes of meeting youngest daughter Gemma, six, for the first time.
It comes as he had his first meeting with eldest daughter Molly last year.
Gemma was born after Liam had an affair with US journalist Liza Ghorbani, during his marriage to Nicole Appleton, 44.
Liza and Gemma live together in the US.
On tomorrow's programme, as revealed by The Sun, Ross asked Liam if he thinks he'll ever meet his youngest daughter.
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He replied: "I don't know man, I'll have to wait.
"There are no plans to, but I'm sure it will happen.
"I definitely don't want to leave it that long, but it's not just down to me, it's down to the girl's mum."
Liam also opened up about meeting daughter Molly last year, who was born from his romance with singer Lisa Moorish, while he was married to Patsy Kensit.
He said: "It was terrible that we left it that long.
"We always hang out with each other. It's cool man, we've drawn a line under the past.
"We're steaming into the future with lots of love."
Liam also has son Lennon, 20, from his marriage to Patsy, and son Gene, 18, form his marriage to Nicole.
The Jonathan Ross Show airs on Saturday on ITV at 10:30pm.
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