Drogba shuns Coldplay, Madonna says Jacko was too shy, Robbie's alien quest – 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:

The Enemy‘s Tom Clarke has said he wants to write the official song for England’s 2010 World Cup campaign. The singer said he thinks the quality of the song could determine how well England do in the competition next June. “If we brought out a good song England might win it,” he said. The singer also revealed that he’s keen to get some of the current England stars involved in the creative process too. “I’d like to get Peter Crouch to rap. We’d let him do his robot dance too. I reckon Wayne Rooney could be an angry rapper,” he said. “We’d do it just so we could say, ‘We’ve recorded the official England song'” (The Sun).

From the papers:

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba snuck out of Coldplay‘s Wembley Stadium gig last night (September 20) before the band had even taken to the stage, as he apparently only had eyes for support acts Jay-Z and Girls Aloud (Daily Mirror).

Amy Winehouse says she thinks of her 13-year-old goddaughter Dionne Bromfield as more like an older sister to her (The Sun).

Madonna says Michael Jackson turned down the chance to record with her because her songs were too provocative. “I felt he was too shy,” she said (Daily Record).

Ronnie Wood took on-off squeeze Ekaterina Ivanova to a party hosted by snooker player Jimmy White at a Surrey golf club (Daily Star).

Robbie Williams has been on a series of alien-spotting trips around Wiltshire (The Sun).

From NME.COM users:

Boy George watched The Drums at Camden‘s Flowerpot venue (from Clayton).

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