The Newsdump, April 27 2010: from Ke$ha’s musing to Sophie not being in the mood for losing
Posted by Popjustice on
Apr 27 2010, 08:38
Let’s replace the batteries in the doorbell of recycled news:
» Ke$ha has spouted some nonsense about men versus women. (Daily
Star) We hope that one day Ke$ha writes a book pulling together all her interesting thoughts on life because it would definitely be a brilliant and informative read, and not at all shit and stupid.
» Simon Cowell says he’ll miss the audition portion of next year’s Britain’s Got Talent (we presume due to X Factor USA commitments) and will merely turn up at the semi-final stage. (Telegraph) What a twat – everyone knows the auditions are the best bit.
» Don’t worry everyone the music industry is saved. (Independent)
» Diana Vickers thinks she will be Number One for a second week this Sunday. (Digital Spy) We hope nobody shows her today’s midweeks. :(
» Spotify is about to get a little bit more amazing. (BBC)
» Nicola Roberts says Girls Aloud may reunite in September. (MTV) Nadine Coyle, meanwhile, tweeted yesterday that she was set to record new tunes. If Nicola’s predictions are correct this gives Nadine five months. GET ON WITH IT NADINE YOU MAD OLD BASTARD.
» ‘And finally’ Sophie Ellis-Bextor says that if she can’t make it in this
climate she might as well give up. (Daily Star)
THAT’S THE SPIRIT.
That’s your lot.