P Diddy is trying to buy Crystal Palace FC – Daily Gossip

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In December hip-hop mogul P Diddy confessed to an unusual phobia: he is terrified of long second toes. The fear was revealed when he appeared on a US TV show and was unable to look at fellow guest Kate Beckinsale's feet. When pressed, Diddy confessed: "I have this foot thing. I really fear a long second toe." Pic: PA Photos
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:

P Diddy looks set to launch a bid to buy Crystal Palace Football Club. The rapper is reportedly lining up a bid for the club, which is in administration, after his spokesperson confirmed he was in the market for the team. He has reportedly met fixers in the UK already and briefly considered buying Portsmouth FC with some of his £360 million fortune (The Sun).

From the papers:

Cheryl Cole has said she doesn't like blokes with "ripped physiques", adding that she'd rather a man sported Bermuda shorts than Speedos (The Sun).

Lady Gaga is helping her 17-year-old sister Natali Germanotta get ready for a pop career. She's hooked her up with a voice coach, and also made sure she appeared in Gaga's video with Beyonce for 'Telephone' (The Sun).

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale watched the tennis at the Paribas Open in California (Daily Mirror).

Amy Winehouse's new obsession is Capoeira – a karate-style dance without any violence (The Sun).

Damon Albarn went shopping on Monmouth Street in London (Daily Star).

Snoop Dogg is releasing a 40-minute film, Malice N Wonderland The Movie (based on his last album), on March 24. It features Jamie Foxx (Daily Mirror).

Emailed in from NME.COM users:

Mark Ronson went to the Trekstock charity bash at the Green Carnation in Soho – before heading off with members of The Rumble Strips (from Rich).

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