December 17, 2009 11:02

John Lydon: 'Radiohead and Coldplay only care about making money' - Daily Gossip

Moz veg web apology, Diddy to marry, new Winehouse songs – your music gossip stop

John Lydon: 'Radiohead and Coldplay only care about making money' - 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:

John Lydon has accused Radiohead and Coldplay of not caring about their fans and being "soulless". Lydon, currently gigging with a reunited Public Image Ltd., said that both bands are more bothered about money than anything else. "Coldplay and Radiohead bug the hell out of me because it's so soulless," he said. "They don't care about you. They care about lining their coffers." He went on to say that neither band knew "about heart and soul" and that they "don't know about people dying, living, aspiring" (BBC 6Music).

From the papers:

Amy Winehouse has been singing new songs to Mos Def and Nas over Skype (The Sun).

Morrissey's official website was forced to apologise after sending out a message saying: "Thanksgiving is over, so put down those turkey legs!" Morrissey is a strict vegetarian (Independent).

Robbie Williams says he's a fan of Jimmy Nail's music (The Sun).

Lily Allen's half-sister Sarah Owen is starring in a panto in Notting Hill called 'A Lad In Ladbroke Grove'. Her character rips into Kate Moss, and a tramp called Pete Doherty also appears in the performance (Daily Mirror).

P Diddy is set to marry the mother of his three children Kim Porter – despite living with his 23-year-old girlfriend Cassie Ventura, who has been given until the summer to pack her bags (Daily Star).

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