Robbie Williams' Take That reunion for 'Children In Need' denied - Daily Gossip

Ian Brown moves out, Joss Stone smokes spliff – your music gossip stop

Robbie Williams' Take That reunion for 'Children In Need' denied - 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:

Robbie Williams' much rumoured reunion with Take That at tomorrow night's (November 12) Children In Need Rocks gig is not set to happen, according to a BBC spokesperson. A report in The Sun today states that the London Royal Albert Hall gig will feature Williams singing with Take That for the first time since 1995, though a spokesperson has now said that this is "categorically not true". Rumours that Take That will also appear with Paul McCartney are still yet to be confirmed, though the former Beatle is on the bill for the gig, along with Muse, Lily Allen and Dizzee Rascal. (BBC News).

From the papers:

Ian Brown was pictured loading his household goods into a van. He was arrested last week after a bust up with wife Fabiola Quiroz (The Sun).

Rihanna's rider for her forthcoming London gig (at an undisclosed venue) on November 16 includes six pizzas, six microwavable lasagnes, 10 portions of chips, 15 doughnuts, 50 chicken dippers and one apple (Daily Mirror).

Joss Stone has defended her use of cannabis. "I run a bath, roll a spliff, and listen to music. It's not that harmful," she said (Daily Star).

Dizzee Rascal had TV presenter Vernon Kay removed from the VIP area at the launch party for 'Modern Warfare 2' in Marylebone, London (Daily Star).

Amy Winehouse has bought a table tennis set (Daily Mirror).

Jo Wood is expected to be granted a divorce from Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood today (The Sun).

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