Rod Stewart, Beyonce, Lostprophets and Sugababes
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Today’s top gossip:
Adele has joined the ‘X Factor’ debate, saying that recently outed singer Laura White shouldn’t have been booted off the show. She said: “Can you believe Laura went? How ridiculous is that? I think she is brilliant.”
The chart-topping singer continued by saying she would love to sing with White. Adele said: “I have been thinking about who I can duet with for my next gig at the Roundhouse (in London) in December and Laura just popped into my head. I would love to sing with her” (Daily Mirror).
From the papers:
Sugababes and finalists from ‘X Factor’ turned on the Christmas lights in Oxford Street, central London last night (November 13) (Various).
Rod Stewart and family partied in Mayfair, central London, but had trouble squeezing into the limo on the way home and the star’s girlfriend Penny Lancaster booted Rod in the head with her stiletto heel (Various).
Victoria Beckham trawled the streets of LA in a green dress with her son Cruz sporting a safari outfit and santa hat (Various).
‘X Factor’ winner Leon Jackson has confirmed he’s dating Emily Biggs from girl band Hope, whose band was in the TV talent show last year (Daily Record).
Jason Donavan sang his 1991 hit ‘Any Dream Will Do’ at the Forth One Awards in Edinburgh (Daily Record).
From NME.COM users:
Rab and Paul from Glasvegas were looking shifty outside Bermondsey tube station in London (From Mike).
Blur bandmates Damon Albarn, Alex James and Graham Coxon immersed in a deep group hug at the Monkey aftershow in central London last night (November 12). No Dave Rowntree to be seen though (From Kate).
Bryan Adams went along to the Little Noise Sessions at the Union Chapel to check out Frank Turner after requesting to be him on the guest list. He even asked Frank for his autograph in the bar afterwards. (From Evan)
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