Wet Wet bassist quits after 28 years, N-Dubz singer's house is ransacked - your daily gossip stop
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Today’s top gossip:
Robbie Williams‘ return to Take That has reportedly caused a backlash from their fans. Both the band and Williams’ official websites have apparently been flooded with pleas for a U-turn. “Think it it’ll turn into the ‘Robbie Show’, don’t think it’s a good idea letting the ego back in,” one fan wrote. (Daily Star).
From the papers:
Wet Wet Wet bassist Graeme Clark has quit the band after 28 years. He announced his departure over his Twitter page over the weekend. “After a lot of soul searching have decided to leave wetwetwet, been an amazing journey but its time to turn the corner into another road…..” he tweeted. (The Daily Record).
N-Dubz singer Tulisa Contostavlos has reportedly blasted TV bosses after thieves broke into her home. The singer has apparently criticised Channel 4 after her home was shown on their show Being N-Dubz. “It’s heartbreaking, I asked them not to show the street because I was worried about security,” she told a friend. (The Sun).
Grace Jones has ruled out a collaboration with Lady Gaga. The singer, who headlined Lovebox last night (July 19) , also labelled the ‘Telephone’ singer unoriginal. “I said no, people ask me this all the time but I don’t really think of her,” Jones said. “I’d rather work with someone who is more original and someone who is not copying me” (Daily Star).
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