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Russell Brand and Katy Perry's romantic ode to Morrissey - Daily Gossip

Quo's Jools annoyance, Flossie's dad, SuBo covers Stones – 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:

Russell Brand and Katy Perry have chosen Morrissey B-side 'Whatever Happens, I Love You' as their song. The couple, who allegedly got together romantically at the MTV VMA awards last month, have officially declared they are an item after being photographed together in Paris this week, where they attended various fashion shows, and also took a trip to see Jim Morrison's grave. Brand is so enamoured with the Morrissey song, he's having the following lyrics tattooed on an "intimate" part of his body, according to a source: "Cold loving prose, we stole each others clothes/But when all is said and done, it's you I love" (The Sun).

From the papers:

Status Quo are annoyed that they have never been invited to appear on BBC programme 'Later…With Jools Holland'. "I'd love to do it, but they won't have us," Rick Parfitt explained. "Perhaps we're not cool enough?" (Independent).

Florence Welch's dad stormed the stage during a recent Florence And The Machine gig, to tell her he'd arrived from Scotland with a haggis, turnip and bottle of whiskey (Daily Star).

Alexandra Burke says yobs threw coins at her as she drove along the road outside her house (The Sun).

Tinchy Stryder has asked BRIT Award bosses to reinstate the an urban category at next year's awards (Daily Star).

Susan Boyle is to release covers of The Rolling Stones' 'Wild Horses', Madonna's 'You'll See' and Justin Timberlake's 'Cry Me A River' on her debut album (Daily Record).

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