Britney Spears and Adnan Ghalib back together – Daily Gossip

Jay-Z, Reverend And The Makers, Pharrell, Will Young – your music gossip stop

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:

Britney Spears is back with photographer Adnan Ghalib, after splitting up with him six months ago. She has apparently decided to give the relationship another go, and Ghalib has been making regular visits to SpearsHollywood home. It is strongly rumoured that Ghalib is sitting on a pile of saucy home videos of the pair (Daily Mirror).

From the papers:

Jay-Z hosted a star-studded party at Automat in Mayfair, central London. Guests included Vernon Kaye, Tess Daly and Naomi Campbell. The supermodel was denied entry to the special dining area so couldn’t chow down with the rapper, much to her displeasure (Various).

Pharrell Williams was also spotted in Mayfair, giggling with a friend (Daily Star).

Dirty Pretty Things bass player Didz Hammond was overheard moaning about frontman Carl Barat on his mobile, and said he “couldn’t be arsed rehearsing at the moment”, even though the band play tonight’s (July 4) 02 Wireless Festival in London‘s Hyde Park (The Independent).

Take That‘s Gary Barlow flexed his muscles in the Virgin Active gym, west London (Daily Mirror).

Jamelia hung out at an F1 party at London‘s Bloomsbury Ballroom (Daily Star).

Girls Aloud‘s Cheryl Cole scolded herself on a cup of coffee outside a café in Cardiff (Daily Mirror).

Meanwhile her bandmate Nadine Coyle has a new mystery fella in Los Angeles (The Sun).

The Spice GirlsMel B ate rice at The Grove restaurant in Los Angeles (Daily Star).

According to FreemasonsRussell Small, who has produced some of his songs, Will Young‘s feet smell really bad (Daily Mirror).

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Reverend And The Makers’ Jon McClure bought strawberries and peaches on Tottenham Court Road, central London (from Fullers).

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