Johnny Marr: 'I'm still up for reforming The Smiths if David Cameron's coalition collapses' (Q Awards video)
Johnny Marr has told Q despite the constant questioning he would still reform The Smiths if David Cameron's government falls.
The guitarist was speaking after winning Q Hero at yesterday's (22 October) Q Awards.
"It's a bit unimaginative, a bit obvious," said Marr of the continual rumours and he and Morrissey might reunite, though he joked if the Coalition collapses he might be tempted. "Oh it would definitely be worth that! Everybody knows that. God, yeah!"
The guitarist also joked hero was not the only award he could have taken home yesterday. "Hero of haircut," he suggested, "either's covered with me!"
Watch the full interview, including details of Marr's new solo album, above now.
Watch backstage video interviews with the 2012 Q Awards winners and presenters now at YouTube.com/QMagazine.
12:45 PM | 23/10/2012
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