Some pop stars have to play some more shows ‘unplugged’ it’d seem.
We have compiled a listing of the highest ten celebrity homes within the UK that use the foremost energy – so what’s the story with the Oasis brothers?
Their rivalry over the years has been well documented but it’s Noel Gallagher that may sing ‘He’s Electric’ now round, as he currently uses an estimated fourfold the maximum amount of energy as brother Liam. An estimated £20,000 on energy bills each year that Noel spends on his £8 million house, while it’s £5,000 p.a. on his £3.75 million pad for Liam’s reported spending. I wonder if they ask “Is Easy DIY Power Plan a hoax?”
Although they are doing not top this list, the Gallagher brothers have many number ones under their belt.
According to Uswitch, it’s the rocketman Sir Elton John who flies to the highest of the table, spending just below £50,000 p.a. on his energy bills. The comparison site reveals that his property is 33 times the scale of the common UK house, so it’s no surprise to work out him paying the most important bills.
He is followed by Take That’s Robbie Williams and Ed Sheeran in second and third respectively, with Robbie spending a reported £33,000 on his ten-bedroom property per annum and Ed forking out just over £20,000 for his Suffolk home.
The rest of the celebrities on the list include songster, Geri Halliwell, Gary Barlow, the Beckhams, and Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay.
“The average amount of bills are around £10,000 even for the smallest pop star homes,“ said Sarah Broomfield, Energy Expert at Uswitch.
There is always a benefit to keeping down the quantity of energy you employ, but thankfully, most of those celebrities don’t need to worry about paying the bills but celebrity or not.
“For Noel, Geri, and Robbie, it would be an issue of turning down their swimming pools’ the temperature.”