Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds in hotel cheese orgy – Daily Gossip

Kasabian man 'miserable' at World Cup, Winehouse and Ronson head out, Cheryl's malaria – your music gossip stop

Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds in hotel cheese orgy – 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:

Klaxons' Jamie Reynolds allegedly took a bevy of girls back to his hotel room following the band's set at Poland's Heineken Open'er festival last week (July 2). However, rather than indulge in any rock star fantasies, he proceeded to shock the party by ordering staff to bring up all the cheese and white wine they could manage (The Sun).

From the papers:

Experts predict it will take Cheryl Cole roughly six months to recover from malaria. She apparently spent a third night in hospital after contracting the infectious disease while on holiday in Tanzania recently (The Sun).

Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson watched Wale at London's Jazz Café together (various).

Kasabian's Tom Meighan says he's still "miserable" about the England team's performance at the World Cup (The Sun).

Liam Gallagher ate out at Giraffe in London's Belsize Park (Daily Star).

X Factor judge Dannii Minogue has given birth to a baby boy (various).

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