Coldplay’s Chris Martin admits he’s useless at naming things – Daily Ligger

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Welcome to the Daily Ligger: your daily stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today’s top gossip:

Following yesterday’s announcement that Coldplay’s new album will be called ‘Viva la Vida’, Chris Martin has admitted there’s always fuss about him naming things. He said: “I’ve been through this before, naming something or someone and everyone saying ‘That’s a terrible name,'” (The Sun)

From the papers:

Six week’s after moving into a new pad Amy Winehouse‘s neighbours are upset because of her “constant loud partying” (Daily Mirror).

Ex-Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona has been admitted to The Priory to be treated for depression after reports of her husband’s affair (Various).

UB40‘s keyboard player Michael Virtue has quit, sighting financial reasons (Daily Mirror).

Lily Allen has admitted to using her mother’s credit card to go shopping as a teen but said: “I had to pay it all back.” (Daily Mirror)

Pete Doherty took shoppers by surprise by playing an impromptu gig a music store in Reading (Daily Mirror).

Madonna spotted sporting walking to the gym in London (Daily Mirror).

The Pigeon Detectives were ejected from their own aftershow at Los AngelesSpaceland (The Sun).

Razorlight‘s Johnny Borrel spotted in Balans restaurant in London (Daily Star).

Kate Moss and boyfriend Jamie Hince got into hot water with Paris security after dancing on Doors legend Jim Morrison‘s grave (Daily Star).

Natasha and Daniel Bedingfield want to joint produce Craig David‘s new album (Daily Star).

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