Pete Doherty and Amy Winehouse bookie’s favourites for first drug arrest of 2010 – Daily Gossip

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Pete Doherty has been made betting favourite to be the first celebrity arrested on drugs charges in 2010 by bookies Paddy Power. The bookmaker is offering 8/11 odds on the Babyshambles frontman being the first high-profile celeb to feel metal on their wrists in relation to drugs. Winehouse is second favourite at 5/1 with her husband Blake Fielder-Civil at 6/1. Courtney Love is fourth favourite at 7/1, while George Michael is at 14/1. Whitney Houston is at 18/1, as is Eminem, with Ozzy Osbourne at 40/1. Prince Harry has 50/1 odds.

From the papers:

Amy Winehouse is due to appear at Bethnal Green police station in London today in connection with an alleged assault on staff while watching Cinderella panto in Milton Keynes on December 20 (Daily Star).

Paul McCartney‘s 20-year-old second cousin Emily Atack is set to appear on Dancing On Ice alongside the legend’s ex-wife Heather Mills (Various).

Duffy has sacked her management team, which included former Public Image Limited member (and co-owner of Rough Trade Records) Jeanette Lee (Daily Star).

Liam Gallagher stuck two fingers up at the paparazzi while on a stroll near his north London home (Various).

Boyzone‘s new album sounds like “Coldplay meets U2” according to Shane Lynch (Daily Star).

The Enemy‘s Tom Clarke says he’s going to meet bandmate Andy Hopkins on Christmas Day for a few beers, before heading home “to watch Top Gear” at his mum’s house (The Sun).

Marilyn Manson went out in Paris without any make-up on (Daily Mirror).

Jay-Z and Beyonce have changed their surnames to Knowles-Carter (Daily Star).

The Spice Girls are set to meet up at Victoria Beckham‘s house this Christmas (Daily Record).

Gwen Stefani took her son Zuma out in the snow in London‘s Primrose Hill (Daily Star).

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