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Kasabian: 'We're the band to take over from Oasis' - Daily Gossip

Duffy's sex complaints, Newton Faulkner's £1.5m wrist – your music gossip stop

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:

Kasabian's Tom Meighan and Chris Edwards have said they think the band are the natural successors to Oasis' musical throne.

Meighan admitted that he was sad that the Gallagher brothers have gone their separate ways, saying: "I've heard Liam is going to carry it on without Noel but to me it's over." Edwards, meanwhile, said Kasabian are keen to take over from their heroes. "Festivals, stadiums and arenas will need filling and we are ready to be that band," he commented (Daily Record).

From the papers:

Mel B says she wants The Spice Girls to reform for a one-off gig in the first week of the World Cup in South Africa next year (The Sun).

Duffy allegedly poured her heart out to a cab driver after her boyfriend, rugby player Michael Phillips, said he didn't want to have sex with her one night (Daily Star).

Newton Faulkner has insured his right wrist for £1.5m after he broke it in a fall last year. The injury resulted in his new album being delayed (The Sun).

Sugababes have already recorded the (raunchy) video for new single 'About A Girl' with new member Jade Ewen (Various).

Bon Jovi are in talks for a winter residence to take place at the London O2 Arena this November and December (The Sun).

Fresh from declaring that she wants to work with Dizzee Rascal, Dame Shirley Bassey is being sent all of the rapper's albums (Independent).

'Harry Potter' star Emma Watson danced to The Beatles' 'Day Tripper' at London Fashion Week's Burberry show – and then asked her boyfriend Jay Barrymore what the song was (The Sun).

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