Formula One's Lewis Hamilton meets Kiss - Daily Ligger

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Formula One's Lewis Hamilton meets Kiss - 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:

Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has made friends with make-up rockers Kiss at a meeting yesterday in Melbourne, Australia before the F1 season starts this weekend [/b](The Sun)[/b].

From the papers:

Adele wants to quit music and become a mum, saying: "I need a Number One in Europe and America, and soon I can settle down to be a mum" (Daily Mirror).

Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle has quashed rumours she's to leave the girl band to live in L.A saying: "That's just not true" (Daily Record).

Sir Paul McCartney is fronting PETA's new campaign - a move expected to annoy ex-wife Heather Mills (Daily Record).

Veteran rockers ZZ Top getting ignored as Russell Brand hogged the limelight at a bar in Austin, Texas (The Sun).

'The Mighty Boosh''s Noel Fielding admits that girls fancy him because he looks like the devil, saying: "Women want to sleep with the devil" (The Sun).

Robbie Williams is planning on buying an observatory in America so he can look at the stars (The Sun).

Prince Charles was spotted playing bongos and visiting the Bob Marley museum in Jamaica (The Sun).

Britney Spears is travelling to Dubai to perform an exotic dance, and will bag £2 million in the process (Daily Star).

The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood seen sipping vodka in the Verve Bar, Covent Garden, London (Daily Star).

We Are Scientists are planning a new stripped-down direction by recording some naked videos, saying: "we want to push the nudity envelope" (Daily Star).

Arctic Monkeys will release their third album this year, apparently, after a number of secret recording sessions in London (Daily Star),

Mark Ronson spotted bowling in London's trendy Bloomsbury (Daily Mirror).

Elle McPherson and Bryan Adams canoodling in London after the star's St James' Church gig (Daily Mirror).

Britney Spears is appearing as a cartoon character superhero in her video for 'Break The Ice' (Daily Mirror).

Rap-daddy Snoop Dogg photographed wearing £500,000 worth of bling(Daily Mirror).

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

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