Sadie Frost: 'Carl Barât's a great kisser' - Daily Gossip

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Sadie Frost: 'Carl Barât's a great kisser' - Daily Gossip

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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:

Sadie Frost has praised Carl Barât's snogging abilities. Frost, who is appearing alongside the former Libertine in the play Fool For Love at London's Riverside Studios, said the thing she enjoys most about their performance – which has been attacked by critics – is when they embrace. "He's a great kisser, really good," Frost said when asked about her onstage chemistry with Barât. "When we kiss on stage I grab hold of him and don't want to let him go," she added (Daily Mirror).

From the papers:

Russell Brand entertained fiancée Katy Perry and Rihanna at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles (The Sun).

Elton John shouted at autocue workers at the Grammy Awards, because they kept making mistakes (Daily Mirror).

Lily Allen collapsed and lay on the ground after her performance at the Perth leg of Big Day Out tour in Australia (Various).

Ronnie Wood is taking a pill – Campral – in a bid to try and control his alcohol problems (The Sun).

Geri Halliwell's partner Henry Beckwith was cautioned by police outside a London nightclub for possessing cocaine (Various).

Mika has responded to Alan McGee's recent criticism of him. "What does Alan McGee know about me?" he said, after the former Creation Records boss said the singer should have been "shot at birth" (Daily Record).

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