January 8, 2009 10:32

Bond's Daniel Craig 'better guitarist ' than Oasis' Noel Gallagher - Daily Gossip

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Bond's Daniel Craig 'better guitarist ' than Oasis' Noel Gallagher - Daily Gossip
Welcome to the Daily Gossip: your daily stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today's top gossip:

Oasis' Noel Gallagher has said that he wouldn't mind Daniel Craig playing him in a film about the band. However, Craig has joked that he couldn't play the part - because he is too good at guitar playing. "I can play guitar better than Noel so I don't know how playing him is really going to work," joked the James Bond actor - with his tongue firmly in his cheek. Noel added that Julian Clary or Jeremy Kyle could play Liam (The Sun).

From the papers:

The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood has forked out £13,000 for a guitar once played by Jimi Hendrix for his squeeze, Ekaterina Ivanova. He's teaching her how to play it (The Sun).

Amy Winehouse gave an impromptu performance on piano in her hotel bar in St Lucia. Her pal Blake Wood was present - apparently the pair were "all over each other" (Various).

Liam Gallagher picked peas out of his shepherd's pie at The Ivy restaurant in central London (Daily Star).

Sugababes' Amelle Barrabah hung out outside the Mahiki bar in London with a cocktail - then her mate got questioned by the law because she was holding a drink while sat in the driver's seat of a car (Daily Mirror).

Former Spice Girl Mel B chewed on a sausage roll outside the Westfield shopping centre in west London (Daily Star).

Peter Andre has got his son, Junior, to sing a version of his hit 'Mysterious Girl' on his forthcoming new album (Daily Mirror).

E-mailed in from NME.COM users:

Hugh Harris from The Kooks was rather inebriated and loud at Woolloomooloo Wharf, Sydney (from Snide).

Simon Amstell and Miquita Oliver watched 'The Reader' at the Islington Vue cinema in north London (from Alan).

Frederick Blood-Royale from Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man waited at Earl's Court station in west London chatting on his Blackberry (from Martin).

The Feeling's Dan Gillespie-Sells went to the preview of 'Clubbed' in Leicester Square, central London (from Luke).

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

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