March 11, 2008 11:08

Macca recommends Amy Winehouse for new Bond film - The Daily Ligger

Madonna, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears and Courtney Love - your music gossip stop

Macca recommends Amy Winehouse for new Bond film - The Daily Ligger
Welcome to the Daily Ligger: your daily stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today's top gossip:

Paul McCartney has revealed he'd like to see Amy Winehouse provide the soundtrack to the next James Bond movie, the tongue-twisting 'Quantum Of Solace' (Daily Record).

From the papers:

Janet Jackson is reportedly penning a book about fat-fighting (Daily Record).

Jessica Simpson surprised US servicemen yesterday (March 10) as she played a three hour set in Kuwait (Daily Star).

Gareth Gates shocked morning viewers when he flashed his jockstrap on 'GMTV' yesterday (Daily Record).

Paris Hilton and Good Charlotte's Benji Madden spotted flashing his 'n' hers diamond rings in LA (Daily Star).

Courtney Love has told Britney Spears to get herself a drug counsellor in order to resolve her troubles (The Sun).

The Metros' bassist Charlie Elliot suffered a broken nose after a kebab shop bust-up (The Sun).

Madonna has revealed she still suffers anxiety attacks onstage (The Sun).

Nelson Mandela is out-diva-ing those artists scheduled to play his 90th birthday bash in London's Hyde Park this summer by being honoured with a backstage 'palace'. Gordon Ramsey rumoured to being brought in as caterer (The Sun).

Kate Moss spotted at The Kills' gig in Bridport[b], [b]Dorset (Daily Mirror).

Amy Winehouse's dad Mitch has said his daughter acts like any girl her age, saying "staying out 'til 5am is what they do" (Daily Mirror).

From NME.COM users:

Kaiser Chiefs and ex-members of The Darkness spotted shopping for guitars on London's Denmark Street (Tom).

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