La Roux, Michael Jackson and Katy Perry - 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:
Robbie Williams has accused Oasis of “doing a lap of honour for the past 13 years”, saying that before they split at the end of the summer they’d done little of note for more than a decade (The Sun). Meanwhile the singer has also pulled out of the MTV Europe Awards, citing “scheduling conflicts”.

From the papers:

A 62 year old super-groupie Chris O’Dell has written her memoirs, detailing her flings with Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan and about how George Harrison once wrote a song about her (The Sun).

Leona Lewis has spoken publicly for the first time since she was punched in the face during a book signing, saying: “It could have been worse. I’m still alive.” (The Sun).

Elly Jackson of La Roux has slated “bland” chart music and said she prefers playing big gigs to smaller, intimate ones (Daily Record).

The Michael Jackson documentary film ‘This Is It’ earned more than £12 million on its first day (The Sun).

A fan accosted Katy Perry in Los Angeles clothes store Kitson and asked if her and boyfriend Russell Brand had gone and got STD tests together yet (Daily Star).

Alexa Chung challenged Snoop Dogg to a sweets, ice cream and biscuits cook-off on her MTV show [b’]It’s On With Alexa Chung'[/b] (Daily Mirror).

Amy Macdonald has covered Bruce Springsteen‘s ‘Dancing In The Dark’ for a new HMV compilation album called ‘My Inspiration’ (Daily Record).

50 Cent has revived his feud with Kanye West, declaring he has “so much arrogance” (Daily Record).

Pink got stuck in a revolving glass door at her hotel in Manchester (Daily Star).

The Cheeky Girls have expressed disappointment at having John and Edward from ‘X Factor’ compared to them. “They are nothing like us,” said the pair (Daily Record).