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Reverend And The Makers’ Jon McClure has revealed the rider Oasis ordered in for their Wembley Stadium gigs in London earlier this month. According to McClure, whose band supported Oasis at the shows, the Gallaghers and co put on an impressive spread that included fairy cakes, spiced coleslaw, Mexican food and “enough booze to sink a small battleship”.

McClure, who was speaking from the backstage area, continued: “There’s also a selection of cold meats, a very interestingly chopped tomato, broccoli with a flaked almond thing on top, a selection of bread and a small statue of an elephant” (Metro).

From the papers:

Amy Winehouse‘s dad Mitch has approached her label Island Records about releasing an album including some Frank Sinatra covers (The Sun).

Paul McCartney says he doesn’t mind fans selling his autographs on eBay. “Don’t worry mate,” he said when asked about the auctions. “Times are hard, good luck” (Daily Star).

Arctic MonkeysJamie Cook walked around Liverpool‘s Lark Lane with his girlfriend, model Katie Downes (Daily Mirror).

The Mighty Boosh‘s Noel Fielding is considering teaming up with Russell Brand for a new comedy show about their pulling techniques (The Sun).

Boy George says he received letters from Elton John, Stephen Fry, Matt Lucas, Antony Hegarty and Holly Johnson while he was in prison earlier this year. He was sentenced to 15 months after having a row with a male escort (Daily Mirror).

Michael Jackson planned to buy an Los Angeles property he called ‘Wonderland’ worth roughly £10 million after completing his London O2 Arena gigs (Daily Mirror).

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