The Daily Ligger: Sex Pistols 'welcome' The Cribs on tour

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The Daily Ligger: Sex Pistols 'welcome' The Cribs on tour
Welcome to the Daily Ligger: your one-stop gossip stop to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today’s top gossip:

The Sex Pistols' John Lydon welcomed The CribsGary Jarman as their support band last night (November 14), saying, “You're welcome in our world as long as we're welcome in yours.” The Pistols’ security didn’t let the Jarmans anywhere near Lydon and co.’s dressing room to return the welcome. Jonathan Ross and Snow Patrol were watching the gig.

From the papers:

Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding was spotted walking around Camden wearing a pair of large sunglasses along with a scarf and hat (Daily Star).

Harding’s bandmate, Cheryl Cole, said she used to be a “proper chav” when she was younger (The Sun).

OasisNoel Gallagher had lunch in US diner Automat in London (The Mirror).

Kylie Minogue had a bit of trouble with the wind in her hair while walking around London (Daily Star).

Boy George looked grumpy while DJing at Manchester’s Essential club (The Mirror).

Christina Aguilera patted her pregnant tummy outside the Kitson Menswear store in Los Angeles (Daily Star).

Check back tomorrow morning for the next Daily Ligger. E-mail your spots to news@nme.com.

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