'Lady Gaga is a control freak' – Daily Gossip

Plus Robbie Williams wants kids and Christina Aguilera snaps up a Ferrari – your music gossip stop

'Lady Gaga is a control freak' – 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:

A new Lady Gaga biography claims that the singer's mental and physical health is so "fragile that she constantly checks into a hospital". The book entitled 'Poker Face: The Rise And Rise Of Lady Gaga' by Maureen Callahan also reveals that she often talks about herself in third person and is a control freak (Daily Mirror).

From the papers:

Cheryl Cole has spoken for the first time about her marriage break-up with footballer Ashley Cole and admitted that she felt "betrayed" by the Chelsea and England left-back after he cheated on her. "I've got to take everything that's happened and learn from it," she said over her divorce. "I accept that, that is a chapter of my life that's finished" (Vogue).

Christina Aguilera has been spotted driving around in a new Ferrari in Los Angeles. The singer was seen going for a spin with her husband Jordan Bratman (Daily Record).

Katy Perry reportedly popped into London fashion store Liberty recently and splashed out £2,000 on jewellery. (Daily Mirror).

Robbie Williams has apparently admitted that he wants to become a dad. The singer, who wed his wife Adya Field last month, said: "I need to spend less time on the Playstation but Adya thinks I will be a good dad" (Daily Record).

Amy MacDonald is set to sing at Scotland's forthcoming Euro 2012 qualifiers starting against Lichtenstein at Hampden Park in Glasgow tomorrow (September 7). She is also due to lead the Tartan Army for their qualifier against Spain on October 12 (Daily Record).

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



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