Eyes down, look in:

» Glee cast record­ings of 'Bust Your Windows' and 'Mercy' are already climbing the iTunes 100 (iTunes)

» Playing classical music to unruly school pupils cuts mis­be­ha­viour by two thirds. (Daily Mirror)

» Courtney Love wants Armando Iannucci to direct her biopic. (Digital Spy)

» Boyzone might change their name, with Ronan Keating explain­ing that the band are "at a cross­roads", which in turn means that the band are capable of being in the middle of not just one road but, in theory, two at once. (Digital Spy)

» Prince William considers Susan Boyle to be inspir­a­tional. We found Paolo Nutini to be 'inspir­a­tional' yesterday, as it happens, in the sense that the sudden appear­ance of '10/10' on Radio 2 'inspired' us to listen to Kiss 100 instead. (The Sun)

» The Telegraph's opera critic Rupert Christiansen isn't a massive fan of Popstar To Operastar. (Telegraph)

» Bad news for fans of genre-des­troy­ingly hackneyed rock tunes: The Enemy are taking time off from recording and touring. (Radio 1 Newsbeat)

» Kate Nash played a gig last night but appar­ently it was a secret one, although at this stage in her career it's hard to be sure. (Daily Star)

» In irony news, Marvin from JLS has had a con­ver­sa­tion with a tabloid journ­al­ist about how hard it is to trust people. (Daily Star)

That's your lot. Except to say…

» Claims that fish have a three second memory are "absolute rubbish", says fish behaviour expert Dr Kevin Warburton. (Underwater Times)