Meanwhile Beady Eye have been forced to pull out of Virgin Media V Festival, which takes place in Chelmsford and Staffordshire over the weekend of the 17 and 18 of August, due to guitarist Gem Archers' recent injury.
A friend told the paper: ‘Some of us think she’s gone mad and have pointed out Liam appears to have four kids with four different women.
But Debbie is besotted and convinced they have a future together.’The source continued: ‘He’s been introduced to her friends as her new boyfriend.
They love partying together and he was attracted to how honest he could be with her.
Liam saw her as his right hand woman – the one person he could trust with everything.’And looking far from repentant, the rocker raised eyebrows as he seemed to be making the most of his time with the boys and Debbie who was pictured sitting beside him at the pool in her bikini, a day after his wife was pictured in Florida without her wedding ring on.
"Miles," in which Shannon plays the mother of a teen boy who joins the girls' volleyball team in hopes of a scholarship, made its world premiere at SIFF.
"Other People" premiered at Sundance earlier in the year, where Shannon earned raves as a woman dying of cancer whose son (Jesse Plemons) moves home to care for her.
Shannon noted that "Other People" might be her most challenging role to date; though it has humor, the majority of her scenes are dramatic.
She added that she tends to approach comedy and drama in the same manner, looking for the "emotional truth" in every role.
As a mother of two young children, the actress said she related to her character and the strength of a mother's love.
The tribute to Shannon kicked off with an introduction by SIFF Festival Director and Chief Curator Carl Spence and a clip reel that featured many of her well-known roles, starting with Catholic schoolgirl Mary Katherine Gallagher from the 1999 movie "Superstar." The character was first seen in Shannon's stage show, then on "Saturday Night Live" beginning in 1995.
Shannon revealed that the first time she was set to perform the character, in an episode hosted by Gabriel Byrne, the sketch was buried at the end of the show in dress rehearsal.