Coldplay go ‘rave’ – Daily Gossip

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Today’s top gossip:

Coldplay have gone rave. The band are currently in the studio working on new material and drummer Will Champion has apparently been trying to push the four-piece in a new direction. Champion‘s bought a new drum machine to the studio and he’s been taking it to its limits by creating a “thundering, 168-beats-per-minute banger of a track”, according to reports. “His most recent offering is turbo-charged, to say the least,” a source said (The Sun).

From the papers:

Newly reformed boyband Blue want to play Glastonbury. “If Jay-Z can do Glastonbury, we can,” said Duncan James (Daily Star).

Liam Gallagher wore a white suit, red Pretty Green T-shirt and his infamous leopard skin shoes while flying out to South America to continue the Oasis tour. Noel Gallagher took a different flight, supposedly to get away from his brother (The Sun).

Rihanna partied with Beenie Man (Daily Record).

Little Boots has criticised Leona Lewis as having no personality. “She’s got an incredible voice, but I don’t see anything else,” she said (The Sun).

Ronnie Wood ate out in east London‘s curry paradise Brick Lane (Daily Star).

Amy Winehouse is planning to stay in St Lucia for good (The Sun).

Prince says an “angel” cured him of epilepsy as a child (Daily Star).

TravisFran Healy had several audience members evicted from the band’s Boston gig after they started shouting offensive comments about religion and football (Daily Record).

Esser is set to appear on Gnarls Barkley singer Cee-Lo‘s new album (Daily Star).

Calvin Harris had to turn down an invitation to support Michael Jackson at London‘s O2 Arena. He’d already been booked to play T4 On The Beach the same day (July 19) (Daily Record).

Kylie Minogue played golf with new lover Andres Velencoso (Daily Mirror).

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