Mark Ronson, Stereophonics, Oasis, Daniel Craig – 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:
Cindy Crawford dressed up as Amy Winehouse for a fancy dress party in Hollywood. She even smeared white powder on her upper lip for extra effect (The Sun).
Gwen Stefani, meanwhile, dressed up as an enormous fried egg (Daily Star).
From the papers:
Kylie Minogue has said she’s interested in collaborating with Aussie kids’ TV staples The Wiggles (The Sun).
Madonna took her kids, David, Rocco and Lourdes, to a Kabbalah faith centre in New York. Lourdes wore a Barack Obama T-shirt (The Sun).
Mark Ronson invited classical act The Priests to party with him and said he’s interested in working with them (Daily Mirror).
Duffy‘s twin sister Katy has been dining out on her sister’s fame – bagging dates and free drinks in clubs (The Sun).
Girls Aloud had a huge night out in London to celebrate bagging to top spot in the singles chart with ‘The Promise’ (Various).
Justin Timberlake has said he won’t sing his hit ‘SexyBack’ again (Daily Mirror).
Robbie Williams held up his medical prescription to snappers outside a Beverly Hills medical centre (The Sun).
Michael Jackson went to Elizabeth Taylor‘s house for a pyjama party (Daily Mirror).
Stereophonics‘ Kelly Jones reckons he’d be in jail if it wasn’t for his career in a band (The Sun).
Jermaine Jackson ordered a pot of tea at the Dorchester Hotel (Daily Star).
Cerys Matthews has split with Marc Bannerman for the second time (Various).
E-mailed in from NME.COM users:
James Bond actor Daniel Craig and former Shockwaves NME Awards host Russell Brand checked out Oasis at the London Camden Roundhouse (from Camilla).
Neil Tennant, Brit artists Sam Taylor-Wood, Bobby Gillespie, Chris Evans and The Horrors‘ Spider Webb went to see The Last Shadow Puppets at the London Hammersmith Apollo (from “Mason“).
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