Razorlight’s Johnny Borrell to get tattoo of his own lyrics – Daily Gossip

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Today’s top gossip:

Razorlight‘s Johnny Borrell is set to get one of his own lyrics tattooed on his bicep. He wants to get “She lives on Dissilusion Row” – a line from his band’s comeback single ‘Wire To Wire’, inked on his person (Daily Star).


From the papers:

Kings Of Leon have said that loads of previously unknown relatives have started coming out of the woodwork now they’re famous. “It’s at the point now where we’re starting to have a lot more third and fourth cousins that we never met before show up,” said singer Caleb Followill (Absolute Radio).

The members of Take That took their families with them to master their forthcoming new album in Los Angeles. They found time for a little shopping, with the lads popping into a local Porsche dealership (The Sun).

Amy Winehouse got in trouble with designer store Harvey Nichols – after returning a £25,000 dress that was lent to her splattered with her own vomit. Apparently the sick had mould growing on it by the time she returned the garment. As a result she’s been blacklisted by a load of fashion types (Daily Mirror).

Pet Shop Boy Neil Tennant has finally passed his driving test (Various).

Girls Aloud‘s Sarah Harding has hit out at media claims that she is a “slapper”, saying she has never had a one-night stand (OK!).


Jay-Z made a typically understated appearance at his 40/40 club in Manhattan. A white throne was brought out for him as he retired to his private room. He chowed down on buffalo wings and mozzarella sticks. Then, whenever he walked through the main club area, a medley of songs by him and Beyonce Knowles was played (Daily Mirror).

Britney Spears left a music studio in Hollywood carrying a pair of Nikes and a coffee (The Sun).

McFly‘s Harry Judd hung out with a fag behind his ear outside the Hilton Park Lane hotel in London (Daily Mirror).

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Maggott from Goldie Lookin Chain supped pints with a friend in the Winchester pub in north London (from Ike).

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