N-Dubz's Dappy was hospitalised after being kicked in the face by a horse. Everyone's a critic.
Radiohead's Thom Yorke got involved in a brutal war of words with Moby over Spotify. Moby labelled Yorke "an old guy yelling at fast trains", Yorke spat back: "I am a 45 yr old Luddite and proud of it". It'll end in fisticuffs.
As an antidote to Yorke and Moby's Spotify spat, Liam Gallagher piped up to say: "I don't know what Spotify is".
Kooks man-child Luke Pritchard and One Direction's Liam Payne got into a fight on Twitter. Pritchard asked a fan: "How can you be a fan of something that has no life. I honestly feel so depressed that you are into The Kooks." He's answered his own question there. We all feel depressed by people who are into The Kooks.
Arcade Fire aren't above catching a tram to their own gig, as they did en route to their show at Blackpool's Empress Ballroom.
Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner teases potential 'AM' follow-up album
"I think I can see there being something," says band's frontman
Peace have been getting into the Christmas spirit with a cover of Wham's 'Last Christmas'. Peace and goodwill to all men! etc etc.
Blur will not be having a big day out next year, or at least not at Australian festival Big Day Out anyway. They had some scathing words for the organisers as they pulled out: "We've done our very best to work with the organisers and considered every option to make it happen, but they've let us down and let everyone else down too." It's always worse when they're not angry, just disappointed.
Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' and Lou Reed's 'Perfect Day' are reported to be hospitalised and desperately battling for their credibility after being cruelly covered by Bono, the latter with Chris Martin. Oh, the humanity.
Don't call it a comeback: Kasabian have announced a huge 10th anniversary homecoming gig at Victoria Park in Leicester on June 21. Ok, maybe call it a comeback.
Muse have promised that their next album will have a 'more rock' sound. There better still be space aliens too though. It wouldn't be right otherwise.
Having been previously damaged by fire, Eminem's childhood home was demolished this week - although it will be forever preserved on the cover of 'The Marshall Mathers LP 2'.
Beyonce was apparently kicked off a tour of the pyramids on a recent trip to Egypt. Archaeologist Zahi Hawass took issue with her tardiness and perceived rudeness. He promptly walked, like an Egyptian.
The Killers' holiday single this year will be 'Christmas In LA', with a video starring Owen Wilson, Harry Dean Stanton and the late, great, dearly departed Warren Zevon.