Lady Gaga tipped for US President, Katy Perry appears on Sesame Street – your music gossip stop

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:

Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has reportedly been giving Hollywood actor Kurt Russell guitar lessons. The singer has been helping Goldie Hawn‘s long-term boyfriend to brush up on his chord skills. (Hawn is the mother of Hollywood actress Kate Hudson, whom Bellamy is currently dating.) “Both Kurt and Goldie think really highly of him,” a source claimed. “They’re now talking about a holiday in Hawaii when their schedules allow” (The Sun).

From the papers:

Odds on Lady Gaga becoming US President one day have been set at 100-1 following her recent speech urging the US military to ditch laws stopping servicemen and women from revealing if they are gay. “It’s a long shot, but if you had asked Ronald Reagan in the ’60s people would have thought you were gaga,” said William Hill‘s Rupert Adams (Daily Star).

Katy Perry has appeared in children’s US TV show Sesame Street. The singer apparently serenades Elmo with her 2008 hit single ‘Hot N Cold’ wearing a lime dress and a bride’s veil in a forthcoming episode (Various).

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Gossip singer Beth Ditto has reportedly admitted that she shoplifts every now and again. The singer told Fearne Cotton in an an interview entitled Fearne Meets Beth Ditto which is due to air on ITV2 tonight (September 22), that she recently stole a dress. “I have a hard time not buying or stealing,” she said. “If I want something, I have to have it. The last time was three months ago – a dress” (Daily Star).

The Midnight Beast apparently have a new fan in Jonathan Ross. The TV comic took to Twitter to express his love for their single ‘Lez Be Friends’. “I find myself humming ‘Lez Be Friends’ by The Midnight Beast in my underpants,” he said. “That’s why I am gangsta'” (Twitter.com/Wossy).

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