Courtney Love’s air rage, Hadouken! chomp on burgers – Daily Ligger

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Today’s top gossip:

Courtney Love turned up at Noel Fielding‘s Teenage Cancer Trust gig at the Royal Albert Hall after nearly missing her Virgin Airline flight when she got into a spat with security for a lighting up a cigarette in the first class lounge (Daily Star).

From the papers:

Gwyneth Paltrow has for the first time publicly denied rumours that her marriage to Coldplay singer Chris Martin is on the rocks (Daily Record).

After banning brollies from her own gigs, Rihanna was in short supply on the streets of New York when she had to borrow a friend’s jacket to shield her from the rain (Daily Star).

Amy Winehouse was spotted out and about showing off her “gaunt pins” during a break from recording the new James Bond movie theme (Daily Star).

E-mailed in from NME.COM users:

The Futureheads‘ guitarist Ross Millard, Faris Rotter of The Horrors, actor Danny Dyer, ‘Skins’ star Nicholas Hoult, Kid Harpoon and socialite/DJ Jodie Harsh were all spotted at Johnny Borrell‘s solo concert in east London (from Jamie).

Singer SoKo had to crash at Razorlight man Johnny Borrell‘s gaff after playing on the same bill in east London, as she didn’t have anywhere to stay (from Jack).

Borrell went to the Proud Gallery first, though, to see Har Mar Superstar. So did Chris Moyles and Noel Fielding, who later went to party with Courtney Love (from Tom).

Alex Turner, Miles Kane, Stephen Fretwell and the rest of The Horrors turned up for Faris Rotter‘s night Marriage at the St Martin’s Lane Hotel‘s Bungalow 8 Bar (From Mason).

Hadouken! chomped on burgers and slurped milkshakes in The Diner on Curtain Road in east London (from Fullers).

The Twang‘s bassist Jon Watkins was spotted in the Royal Oak Halesowen enjoying a few quiet pints with a few of his mates (from William Peasgood).

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