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Marilyn Manson cries after being denied drugs - Daily Gossip
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Today's top gossip:

Marilyn Manson has admitted he cried when his tour manager refused to supply him with drugs recently. The shock-rocker revealed he was left upset by the move, saying: "About two hours ago Steve [Manson's tour manager] wouldn't get me any drugs. My eyes watered. Then he asks me if I am OK! It's ridiculous. It should be, 'Here's the mirror - and now are you OK?'"

Manson also confessed that he's been to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting - but left when another attendee asked him for an autograph. "I got pissed off," he said. "I think you should be able to go in there wearing a mask and say, 'I'm an alcoholic, I'm anonymous'. That's a real alcoholic" (Daily Mirror).

From the papers:

Will.I.Am says he will never make another solo album (Daily Star).

Michael Jackson has been pictured with two of his children, Paris Michael and Prince Michael I - all three unmasked (Various).

Britney Spears wants to meet the Queen while she's in London playing her O2 Arena residency (Daily Mirror).

Amy Winehouse has roped in three St Lucian musicians to play the traditional music of the island on her new album (The Sun).

Christina Aguilera tried on lip gloss at Selfridges in London (Daily Mirror).

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