Michael Jackson moves in next to a school – Daily Gossip

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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:

Michael Jackson has moved into a new house opposite a school in Las Vegas. Apparently several parents of students attending the school have complained. “They say he can see the kids getting on the school bus from his house,” one is quoted as saying.

However, locals say the singer keeps a low profile and is continuously surrounded by bodyguards (The Sun).

From the papers:

Madonna dressed her son Rocco in a New York Yankees t-shirt – the team Alex Rodriguez, the baseball player she was accused of having an affair with in the tabloids, plays for. Apparently the singer and Rodriguez are looking into rental homes to “get together before Christmas” (Life & Style magazine).

Courtney Love is set to fly over to the UK to see ‘The Mighty Boosh’ at the London O2 Arena on December 17. She’s got her own box for the bash (Daily Star).

Velvet Revolver‘s Duff McKagan offered his band to Girls Aloud to take on tour with them (Attitude).

Meanwhile Cheryl Cole has slagged off The Spice Girls, saying, “Piss off! We’ve been around for six years – they were around for 18 months!” (Daily Star).

Kaiser ChiefsWhitey has said that his band’s second album, ‘Yours Truly, Angry Mob’, wasn’t very good. “We wrote the wrong album at the wrong time,” he said (Daily Star).

Kylie Minogue sipped a bellini at the Shadow Lounge in Soho, London (Daily Mirror).

The KillsJamie Hince is in for a treat – his girlfriend Kate Moss is buying a pad for the pair of them in Puerto Rico where they’ll be able to escape prying eyes (The Sun).

Amy Winehouse‘s goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield, wants to work with ‘The X Factor’‘s Eoghan Quigg on her debut album (Daily Mirror).

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