October 14, 2008 10:33
Kills' Jamie Hince issues Kate Moss with 'partying ultimatum' - Daily Gossip
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Today's top gossip:
The Kills mainman Jamie Hince has issued Kate Moss with an ultimatum about her partying, ordering to her to "tame her wild ways". The pair got back together over the weekend, and Moss has since vowed to avoid alcohol completely - even giving all the champagne in her fridge away to friends. A source said: "Since she has rekindled her love with Jamie she knows these leisurely drinks need to stop. Kate is older and wiser now and wants to settle down" (Daily Mirror).
From the papers:
The Rolling Stones man Ronnie Wood had a "sleepover party" with model girlfriend Ekaterina Ivanova, two of her friends and her pet dog (Thelondonpaper).
Britney Spears' naked video for new single 'Womanizer' has been watched seven million times online in two days (Daily Star).
The Strokes man Albert Hammond Jr took his dogs for a walk in New York with girlfriend Agyness Deyn (Daily Mirror).
Mark Ronson was "told off" by ex-girlfriend Daisy Lowe's mum Pearl at the Diesel XXX bash (Thelondonpaper).
Pussycat Dolls have invited Amy Winehouse to join the band. "We'd whip her into shape and make her feel so good about herself that she wouldn't need drugs," they wrote on their MySpace blog (Daily Mirror).
The Zutons frontman Dave McCabe downed a pint at Bumper in Liverpool (Daily Mirror).
Madonna wore a wig with a lopsided fringe onstage at Madison Square Garden in New York (Daily Mirror).
Spice Girls singer Mel B was threatened at Heathrow Airport by a "nutter" who made a gun sign at her with his fingers. The man was later arrested. (Various).
Emailed in from NME.COM users:
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant browsed second hand books in Hampstead, London (From NME.COM user Tim).
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