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Welcome to the Daily Gossip: your daily stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.
Today’s top gossip:
Faris Rotter‘s romance with Peaches Geldof may be back on. Despite the fact that Geldof married Chester French‘s Max Drummey in LA on August 5, she returned to the UK without her hubby and invited former beau Faris – who reportedly found out about the wedding from newspaper reports – to spend the evening at her house last night (August 14). Meanwhile, Drummey was pictured in LA without his wedding band on (The Sun).
From the papers:
Paul McCartney has become a grandfather for the sixth time, after daughter Mary gave birth to a baby boy (Daily Mirror).
The Fratellis have apologised for moaning about their fame (Daily Record).
Bryan Ferry was offered a crisp by Kate Moss in Ibiza (Daily Mirror).
Lily Allen has written a song imagining what God’s life must be like (The Sun).
The Courteeners have revealed the secrets of what’s on their rider: “Coconut, Black and Decker drill, avocados, Wagamama food, one bar of exfoliating soap and £10 in 10p pieces to play coinsies,” they say (Daily Star).
A U2 fan struck gold when he heard Bono blasting out the band’s new album from his villa in the south of France. The quick-thinking fan recorded the songs and uploaded them to YouTube (The Sun).
The Gossip have demanded a rider of breakfast cereals including Alpen and Weetabix for their Creamfields gig (Daily Mirror).
Pete Doherty spent an amazing eight hours inside an antique shop in Reading, stocking up on Union Jack flags, old clothes and picture frames (The Sun).
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Alex Turner was seen milling about at Kings Of Leon‘s aftershow party after their Brixton Academy gig last night (August 14).
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