Take That, Robbie Williams, Paul McCartney, Lily Allen team up – Daily Gossip

Dizzee and Calvin go shopping, Stereophonics upset Myleene – 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:

Take That reunited with Robbie Williams on stage last night (November 12), joining Paul McCartney for a rendition of 'Hey Jude' that also featured Lily Allen. The performance, part of the Children In Need Rocks gig, took place at London's Royal Albert Hall, and also featured the likes of Muse and Snow Patrol. Williams, who was sporting his hair in a quiff similar in style to Morrissey's, sang The Beatles classic with his arm around former Take That bandmate Gary Barlow, who had organised the charity gig. Dizzee Rascal also played at the event, joining Shirley Bassey for a version of 'Diamonds Are Forever' (various).

From the papers:

Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris went to Sainsburys together in Kent, and bought a copy of 'Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2' (Daily Mirror).

Stereophonics' Kelly Jones prompted National Lottery host Myleene Klass to make an on-air apology, after he said the band had enjoyed a "sexual explosion" on the show (Independent).

Queen's Roger Taylor and Brian May are to play live on 'The X Factor' (The Sun).

Bobby Gillespie went to north London pub The Boston Arms for a pint (Daily Mirror).

La Roux's Elly Jackson used to be a barmaid at London venue Dirty South, according to the venue's former owner. "She used to get up on stage and sing songs on acoustic guitar about smoking weed and breaking up with her boyfriends," he told NME.COM.

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