April 8, 2009 9:55
Slash: I'm not working with Axl Rose again, only women – Daily Gossip
Kaiser Chiefs, Katy Perry, Girls Aloud and Amy Winehouse
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Today’s top gossip:
Slash has said there will definitely not be a Guns N' Roses reunion - as he only wants to work with ladies now. The guitarist performed a Black Eyed Peas medley and Led Zeppelin cover with Fergie at the Cokefest in Detroit this week, and won't be heading back to work with former bandmate Axl Rose. He said: "Fergie's the only way you'll hear Slash right now" (Daily Star).
From the papers:
Kaiser Chiefs' guitarist Andrew 'Whitey' White has reignited his band's apparent feud with Oasis after having a dig at Noel Gallagher. He said: "We have no time for him. Music is an art but he doesn't appreciate music for what it is."
Whitey added that Noel was the one who begun the feud, saying: "He started it. It shows what a bitter old man he has become" (The Sun).
Katy Perry wore a multi-coloured trouser suit to go bowling in New York (Various).
Spice Girls' singer Mel B sported a turquoise bikini by a pool in Las Vegas (The Sun).
Sarah Harding from Girls Aloud flashed a large new tattoo on her left forearm (The Sun).
In other news from the Girls Aloud camp Cheryl Cole has signed with Simon Cowell's agent in the States in a bid to crack America (Daily Star).
Paolo Nutini headed to his Italian hometown to show his newest album cover (Daily Record).
Amy Winehouse soaked up the St Lucia sun again while riding a horse on the beach (Daily Star).
Madonna cried to her friend Stella McCartney about her recently failed adoption at Cecconi's restaurant in Mayfair, central London (Daily Mirror).
Gnarls Barkley frontman Cee-Lo wants to work with Oasis in the future after hanging out with Noel Gallagher when he was last in London (Daily Star).
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