March 4, 2010 11:07

Hollyoaks stars writing England FC song for 2010 World Cup - Daily Gossip

Courtney loves dick, Rihanna's midget stripper, Boosh hang with Appletons – your music gossip stop

Hollyoaks stars writing England FC song for 2010 World Cup - 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:

Hollyoaks actors are to release a charity single supporting the England football team at this year's World Cup. Called 'Sing For England', the track will raise money for the Alder Hey Imagine Appeal. An accompanying video featuring the cast and filmed on the Hollyoaks set will premiere around the time of the single's release, on May 23. Meanwhile, look to the right of your screen see video footage of Kasabian's Tom Meighan modelling the new England team away kit, which the squad themselves debuted during last night's (March 3) friendly with Egypt.

From the papers:

Courtney Love has hit back at people calling her ugly, saying she still thinks she's a hit with the opposite sex. "I get as much dick from whomever I want," she explained. "It's crazy but fun" (Daily Star).

Rihanna was entertained by a midget female lapdancer at her 22nd birthday party in Phoenix, Arizona (various).

The Mighty Boosh hung out with sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton at Kiss's O2 Islington Academy gig in London on Tuesday (March 2) (Daily Star).

The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford and McFly's Dougie Poynter have split up (Daily Mirror).

Lady Gaga had four costume changes during her pre-recorded appearance on BBC 1's Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, despite the programme only being an hour long (Independent).

Check back tomorrow for the next Daily Gossip. E-mail your spots to news@nme.com.

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