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Paul McCartney has apparently put 600 people on the guestlist for his London O2 Arena gig tonight (December 22). Those going reportedly include the likes of Ringo Starr, Noel Gallagher, Kate Moss, David and Victoria Beckham, Madonna, Gary Barlow and Tinchy Stryder. He's expected to play a version of his festive hit 'Wonderful Christmas Time' at the gig (The Sun).

From the papers:

Damon Albarn sat on a doorstep in London while chatting on his mobile phone (The Sun).

Amy Winehouse accused her goddaughter Dionne Bromfield of being "too big for her boots" after she had a go at her on Facebook for supposedly getting back with Blake Fielder-Civil (Daily Record).

Robbie Williams' old songwriting partner Guy Chambers is working with Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle on her solo project (The Sun).

Franz Ferdinand drummer Paul Thomson has compiled a list of his favourite records of the 2000s (

Russell Brand bought Katy Perry a load of West Ham clobber after they attended the team's match against Chelsea on Sunday (The Sun).

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