September 3, 2008 9:30
Take That evict Iglu & Hartly - Daily Gossip
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Today's top gossip:
Iglu & Hartly are close to being evicted from their flat after disturbing Take That, whose practice studio is below.
The American troupe have been disturbing Gary Barlow and co with their hard-partying noisy ways. A source said: "Take That are recording downstairs and apparently Iglu & Hartly are disrupting their recording so much that the band want them out. They will be out by the weekend."
Iglu & Hartly singer Sam Martin said: "The landlady went ape when she saw the apartment." He added he wasn't really sure who Take That were, saying: "Take who? Are they like New Kids On The Block? Cool" (Daily Star).
From the papers:
Kylie Minogue wore shades and sported a new hairdo walking round London (The Sun).
Ronnie Wood is staying at The Who guitar legend Pete Townshend's pad in west London after getting out of rehab (The Sun).
Dave Grohl presented his heroes and recent Wembley Stadium bandmates Led Zeppelin with the Outstanding Achievement award at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards (Various).
Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie called supermodel Elle Macpherson a "giraffe in a dress" when she presented him with Best Band award at the aforementioned bash (Various).
Also at the bash, The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers nabbed the award for Most Stylish Man, and then chatted to Tom Chaplin from Keane about the band's new album and congratulated him for making it through rehab (The Sun).
Good Charlotte's Benji Madden and Paris Hilton left the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas holding hands (Daily Star).
Rihanna played, and lost, a rather aggressive game of table-tennis by the pool at the Standard Hotel in LA (Daily Star).
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