Snoop Dogg in slipper heaven, Oasis at it again – Daily Ligger

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Welcome to the Daily Ligger: your morning stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today’s hot gossip:

Snoop Dogg has revealed he is keen to launch a range of slipper footwear with David Beckham. “We are talking about making a slipper together,” he confirmed. “So when I stop rapping and he stops football we can kick back and slip on a house shoe.” (Daily Mirror)


From the papers:

The Oasis brothers are at it again, this time fighting over who gets ownership of the penthouse suite at Liverpool’s new Beatles hotel. Noel decided to bid for the property only to discover Liam had beaten him to it. (Daily Star)

Britney Spears has threatened to kill herself rather than go into emergency psychiatric care. Friends believe she is terrified her parents will resort to a court order to section her. (Daily Mirror)

Mick Jagger spotted in an Austin Powers-style velvet lounge suit at his daughter Georgia’s 16th birthday bash in Notting Hill, west London. (Daily Mirror)

Massive Attack have hooked up with Damon Albarn on their new album ‘Weather Underground’. It’s expected to get a release date in 2008. (Daily Star)

From NME.COM users:


The Verve‘s Nick McCabe took to the stage with up and coming band Lowlife – recently rechristened Lowline after finding their named double with an existing band – at a guerrilla gig in a disused mill on the outskirts of Manchester. (Alex McCann)

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