'X Factor''s Simon Cowell comes out for David Cameron's Tories - Daily Gossip

Dappy's pregnancy test, Iggy's arse, David Walliams' wedding guestlist – your music gossip stop

'X Factor''s Simon Cowell comes out for David Cameron's Tories - 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:

Simon Cowell has waded into the general election campaign, giving his support for Conservative leader David Cameron. Despite insisting he is not telling anybody how to vote, Cowell described Labour' Gordon Brown as "tired", and Nick Clegg's Liberal Democrats as lacking in decent policies. But Cameron, he professes, "is the Prime Minister Britain needs at this time" (The Sun).
Cheryl and the other ones have yet to wade into the debate.

From the papers:

Comedian David Walliams' wedding to Lara Stone has an immense guestlist that includes the likes of Noel Gallagher, Elton John, Pet Shop Boys, George Michael, Simon Cowell, Lily Allen, Kylie Minogue and Peter Andre among many others (The Sun).

Kelis has asked for a backstage gym at her London gig at The Coronet this Friday (May 7) (Daily Mirror).

N-Dubz' Dappy was spotted buying a pregnancy test kit in Stoke-On-Trent (The Sun).

Jedward filmed an advert for Shake n' Vac (various).

Kylie Minogue says she's got a phobia of clothes hangers (Elle).

Iggy Pop's trousers almost fell down during one of The Stooges' 'Raw Power' shows at London's Hammersmith Apollo (various).

Lily Allen was snapped enjoying a fag while staying at an eco-guesthouse in Brazil (Daily Mirror).

Adam Ant wore a Kasabian T-shirt while eating at a B&B in Portsmouth (The Sun).

Klaxons drank at the Britannia pub in east London on Bank Holiday Monday (Daily Mirror).

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