Let's throw a small ball at the superglued coconut of recycled 'news':
» In a great example of precisely the sort of thing Robbie Williams SHOULD NOT BE DOING, Robbie Williams has joined in with a re-recording of 'Three Lions'. (The Sun) We're going to have to stage a pop intervention at this rate.
» Order in some cans of bitter 'just in case': Madonna's moving back to London. (For six months.) (MTV)
» The BBC have announced a load of new DAB transmitters which is just as well because the reception of digital radio is so shit you wonder why anybody would bother and with these new transmitters even more people will be able to enjoy the hilarious radio comedy of 'Radio 7' or whatever it is called. (The Guardian)
» In a tragically transparent — and considering we're reporting it, not unsuccessful — attempt to grab headlines, Tinie Tempah has challenged Lady Gaga to some sort of fight about something or other. (Daily Star)
» Someone else is banging on about Lady Gaga owing him money. This time it's — of all things — a bassist. (Digital Spy)
» The Strokes are recording their new album without Julian Casablancas being in the same room as the rest of the band, which isn't 100% interesting but top marks to NME for a headline that suggests otherwise. (NME)
» Not awful pop troupe Phoenix will be releasing a free live album. (NME)
» Don't panic, everyone, music sales only dropped 0.8% last year. (BBC News) *Distant sound of West London taking the rest of the week off*
» Right Said Fred are to open a rugby competition next month. (NME) Let's hope they do 'You're My Mate' — an undercelebrated anthem.
That's your lot.