CMU Daily - on the inside Tuesday 17th May

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In today's CMU Daily:
- Kylie cancels Aussie tour after breast cancer diagnosis
- Island Def Jam looking to end Gotti partnership
- Reznor in court over corrupt management claims
- If it wasn't for those pesky kids: Jacko trial update
- Jay-Z's counterclaims against Kelly dismissed
- Vines drummer says new album is a go
- Tickets from unofficial sources can cost double
- Windswept close London office
- Album Review: Four Tet - Everything Ecstatic
- Albarn says no blur without Graham
- XBox expands music offering
- Warner financials - good stuff, less good stuff
- Bluegrass star Martin dies
- Babyshambles to appear at Manumission
- Weblogger encourages surfers to give piracy body an admin headache
- Chrysalis radio appoint Sky man to Heart job
- Morgan bid for Press Gazette favourite to win
- Jimmy Eat World pull out of Carling
- T In The Park organises new bands stage
- Gallagher to appear in The Apprentice
- Jamelia new face of Jaguar
- Henson's first love is rugby not Church
- Chris Martin on plagiarism and celebrity
- Britney says Timberlake break up most painful experience
- Kelly breaks finger

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Kill All Hippies is back, bigger and better than ever with a brand new home - Scala near Kings Cross. This month live on stage we have Crimea, Infadels and Three Miles From plus Eddy TM, Jeff Automatic and DJ Syrinx will be taking to the decks. Meanwhile we have a brand new room 2 - the Fun House, hosted by Jagz Kooner & Richard Clouston, and this month with special guest Paul Epworth - aka Phones. All takes place 21 May from 8.30pm until very late. As always you need to guest list yourself at http://www.leylinepromotions.com/killallhippies to get the special discounted £3 entry price. And don't forget you can download live sets from Kill All Hippies the day after the event from TuneTribe.com new sets will be available for download from Sunday at 6pm.

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KYLIE CANCELS AUSSIE TOUR AFTER BREAST CANCER DIAGNOSIS
Kylie Minogue has been forced to postpone her Australian tour after being diagnosed with the early stages of breast cancer.

Her management made the announcement yesterday, explaining: "Whilst at home in Melbourne with her family this week prior to her Australian Showgirl Tour, Kylie was diagnosed with early breast cancer. She will undergo immediate treatment and consequently her Australian tour will not be able to proceed as planned".

Kylie herself told reporters: "I was so looking forward to bringing the Showgirl tour to Australian audiences, and am sorry to have to disappoint my fans. Nevertheless hopefully all will work out fine and I'll be back with you all again soon."

Kylie fans in her home country are being advised to hold on to their tickets with an announcement of rescheduled dates expected shortly.

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ISLAND DEF JAM LOOKING TO END GOTTI PARTNERSHIP
According to the New York Post, Universal division Island Def Jam is trying to negotiate its way out of its joint venture business with hip hop mogul Irv Gotti.

As previously reported, Gotti and his brother Christopher Lorenzo have both been indicted on charges that they used their record company, The Inc, to launder over $1 million in drug money from infamous drug lord Kenneth "Supreme" McGriff. Although both brothers deny those charges and plan to fight the allegations in court, Universal bosses are said to be nervous about continuing to work with Gotti in light of the allegations and hope to terminate their joint venture arrangement.

The Post reckons Gotti has already spoken to both EMI and Warner about striking up a similar business relationship, but adds that while both labels would love to add Ashanti and Ja Rule to their roster, they too are apprehensive about going into business with the hip hop entrepreneur, especially while there's a chance he could end up in jail should he lose his pending court case.

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REZNOR IN COURT OVER CORRUPT MANAGEMENT CLAIMS
Trent Reznor was in court yesterday to testify against his former longtime manager John Malm who, it is alleged, duped the Nine Inch Nails man out of millions by tricking him into signing away 20% of his gross rather than net earnings. That meant that Malm was unaffected when the spiralling costs of Reznor's business operations started to eat away at all the revenues generated through Nine Inch Nails. Reznor says he trusted Malm fully with his business affairs, but became concerned in 2003 when his lawyer told him there was ìcause for alarm" in his financial affairs, and he found out he owned only $400,000 in cash despite earning millions over the years.

Malm's lawyers, however, deny the allegations, insisting their client was transparent with Reznor throughout regarding his business affairs and the commission he was taking. Malm's lawyer Alan Hirth told the court: "Of the millions upon millions upon millions that Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails made, the vast majority went into his [Reznor's] pocket".

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IF IT WASN'T FOR THOSE PESKY KIDS: JACKO TRIAL UPDATE
Plenty of interesting revelations in the Michael Jackson trial yesterday, despite the lack of celebrities.

Firstly a few more Neverland staff members were on hand to allege that the Arvizo boys were alcoholic porn-obsessives in their own right (i.e. it wasn't Jacko that introduced them to alchohol and adult magazines), then representatives from two businesses local to Jacko's home confirmed they had met Mrs Arvizo during the period that she was supposedly being held captive at Neverland and testified that she never once mentioned her current status as a hostage.

The testimonies were all part of the Jacko defence team's attempts to quash allegations made by the prosecution that the singer exposed the Arvizo boys to drink and porn, and that he later held the whole family hostage at his Neverland home.

Firstly Neverland security guard Shane Meredith testified that he had once found Jacko's accuser Gavin Arvizo with his brother Star in Jacko's previously reported wine cellar, accessed via a giant jukebox in Neverland's arcade. Meredith claims the two brothers, who were not with Jackson at the time, had entered the cellar and helped themselves to alcoholic drinks.

"I saw the two children laughing, giggling," he told the court. "I could see them with a bottle of alcohol. I told them they needed to get out of that area right now. They were pretty shaken."

Neverland maid Maria Gomez, meanwhile, confirmed to the court that she had once seen adult magazines in a backpack in the ranch's guest unit which she believed belonged to Gavin Arvizo's brother Star.

Meanwhile local skin care specialist Carol McCoy reported that she did a full body wax on Gavin Arvizo's mother on 11 Feb 2003, during the period Mrs Arvizo claims she was being kept hostage by Jackson. The accuser's mother, McCoy claims, was alone at the time and at liberty to leave at any time, but she didn't. Nor did she say anything about being held hostage.

Of course you could argue she wouldn't try to 'escape' if that meant leaving her children behind. Good point. But the defence had obviously thought of that, so they presented local orthodontist Jean Lorraine Seamount who testified that she was visited by the whole Arvizo family (Gavin, his mother, brother and sister) on 24 Feb 2004, and that none of them made any effort to escape, or to report on their hostage status. Seamount's assistant, Tiffany Haynes, meanwhile reported that Gavin Arvizo was ìrude", and that he ìwent through drawers containing sterile items" without permission.

But just in case you are finding the prosecution's evidence that the Arvizos were indeed held hostage a bit more convincing, the defence will be sure to point to comments made by the aforementioned maid Maria Gomez. She admitted that Mrs Arvizo had eventually said that she was staying at Neverland against her will and that she wanted to leave. However, she said that Mrs Arvizo's problem was with three specific members of Jacko's team - and not with Jackson himself. That is important because Jacko's defence team argue that if any hostage taking did take place, then it was initiated by certain dodgy Jacko associates rather than Jackson himself who, they claim, was unaware of the whole thing.

Anyway, enough of that, where are the celebrities? Well, Jacko spokesman Raymone Bain has told reporters CNN's Larry King might be called to testify on Thursday - and hurrah for that.

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JAY-Z'S COUNTERCLAIMS AGAINST KELLY DISMISSED
Elsewhere in the pop courts, a judge has dismissed Jay-Z's counterclaims made against R Kelly. You'll remember, surely, that R Kelly and Jay Z fell out big time half way through their combined Best Of Both Worlds tours last year.

Things came to a head when one of Jay-Z's entourage allegedly sprayed pepper spray in Kelly's face as he went on stage at one of the gigs. Kelly began multi-million dollar legal proceedings against Jay-Z and his people over the fracas. Jay responded by sacking Kelly from the tour.

Jay-Z then issued a counter lawsuit accusing Kelly of 'reneging on a promise' to perform a good show during the duo's "Best of Both Worlds" tour last year and that Kelly interfered with the tour contract.

It was those claims that reached court this week and, according to an Associated Press report, a judge has dismissed them all.

Kelly's lawyer Peter Parcher has told reporters State Supreme Court Justice Charles Ramos discarded Jay-Z's first counterclaim because 'failure to follow through on a promise is not a breach of contract'. The second claim was also dismissed because, Ramos says, the court could not see how Kelly had obstructed the Best Of Both Worlds venture, especially given that Jay-Z proceeded to complete the tour without Kelly after the falling out.

Jay-Z's lawyer says the hip hop mogul plans to file new counter claims.

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VINES DRUMMER SAYS NEW ALBUM IS A GO
Following yesterday's report that he was completely broke and touting for work with ads in the back of free Australian music magazines, Vines drummer Hamish Rosser has told fansite dreamintheinsane.com that a new album is on its way and a statement from the band's management has confirmed that they are indeed back in the studio. Rosser said "The next album will almost definitely be made in Australia, which might rule out Rob Schnapf [as producer] because he has a wife and two young kids which he won't want to be separated from for very long and we probably can't afford to fly them out here and put them up. If I was in charge, and I'm not, I'd go for a more polished sound and be more like the true rock band that we are - rough and dirty."

He continued "As you'd expect from a Vines album there'll be a diverse range of songs. They range from the spacey ballad style of 'Going Going Gone', through to the balls out rockers that we all love and some in between. I think on the whole, album three will be heavier than 'Winning Days'. Ryan and I both write songs but you won't hear them on a Vines album any time soon. The new album will probably all be composed by Craig."

He also commented on the events which culminated in that previously reported incident in Sydney when singer Craig Nicholls attacked a photographer, and was subsequently diagnosed with Asbergers syndrome: "The low point would be our one and only trip to Japan at the end of a four month world tour in 2004. It was the last stop before we returned to Australia and exploded onstage at the Annandale in Sydney. I won't go into too much detail but it was miserable for everybody involved, especially when you consider that the Japanese are the most polite, accommodating and fanatical of all the world's people and every other band has a ball there."

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TICKETS FROM UNOFFICIAL SOURCES CAN COST DOUBLE
Tickets for gigs and events bought via unofficial websites can cost double the face value, and sometimes they don't actually exist. Those are two of the findings of event security firm Group 4 Securicor, who have been investigating the sale on tickets via unofficial sources online.

They reckon more than 2.23 million tickets are sold on the black market each year in the UK alone. Their research also suggests consumers who buy tickets from unofficial sources often pay more, even when the ticket websites advertise deals as 'bargains'. On average tickets to gigs were 63% more expensive via unofficial sources, while tickets for sporting events cost 73% more and tickets for major entertainment events were 112% more expensive. Proof, the security firm say, why customers should only buy tickets from legitimate sellers.

Commenting on his company's research, Group 4 Securicor Marketing Director Douglas Greenwell told reporters: "Ultimately it is in the consumers' interest to purchase their tickets from authorised outlets; this ensures they are paying the correct price and that the tickets actually exist. Buying tickets from unauthorised websites can lead to an increase in fraud, criminal activity and increases the safety and security risks at events to themselves and other members of the public."

He continued: "Event organisers cannot afford to ignore the problems associated with the unauthorised resale of tickets for public events from online sources. The best event organisers are increasingly introducing effective security screens to help prevent the resale of tickets from unauthorised outlets. Measures include ensuring attendees at an event bring photo id and their payment details to the venue, which ensures they purchased the tickets legitimately."

Of course, Securicor presumably sell all those services, so they are not completely unbiased here, but their research should make interesting reading for anyone working in the live sector, and likewise for anyone still hoping they'll be able to blag their way into Glastonbury this year.

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WINDSWEPT CLOSE LONDON OFFICE
Music publishing firm Windswept is closing its London office at the end of Jun. Word is the company's current UK management, Peter McCamley and Paul Flynn, are going to set up their own company, P&P Songs Ltd, and they will represent Windswept's interests over here.

The decision will mean Windswept will be a lot less proactive in signing up the talents of UK songwriters. That, the company thinks, is because UK songwriters are getting overly favourable deals these days. Windswept boss Evan Medow told reporters: "What with the high advances, low fees and short retentions, we would prefer to invest in opportunities that will provide us with a higher return, longer involvement and the ability to build assets. However, Peter and Paul have done a fantastic job for us and we feel that the best way to go forward is to provide them with the opportunity to build a business initially based on our catalogues. In addition to giving them the license, Windswept anticipates that it will provide Peter and Paul with some financing and support in the administrative and royalty areas to assure the success of their business."

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ALBUM REVIEW: Four Tet - Everything Ecstatic (Domino)
When we live in an age where media types insist on proclaiming the likes of Mylo as 'the saviours of dance music', it's reassuring to know that there are artists out there whose ambitions are immeasurable, who know no boundaries, and are always willing to raise the bar in terms of what we define to be 'dance music'. In three albums under the Four Tet pseudonym, Kieran Hebden has done precisely this. His previous album 'Rounds' was unanimously celebrated as setting a new benchmark for the genre, which is certainly something to live up to, yet Hebden shows no signs of slacking or resting on his laurels. Dance music is an incredibly fertile genre, where the sonic possibilities are endless, and Hebden is one of the true current pioneers, embarking on a journey of experimentalism and innovation. 'Everything Ecstatic' is preceded by the single 'Smile Around The Face', which has a very notable video, starring cult comic actor Mark Heap. Starting with a simple drum machine pattern, it then ventures into unknown territories, merging with a combination of speeded-up vocal samples. The preceding track 'Joy' is another of the record's highlights; centred around a mixture of crashing cymbals and a fuzzy bassline, interspersed with periodic silences and glitch beats. Hebden has been compared favourably to the currently absent DJ Shadow whose pioneering use of drum and instrumental samples has been mutated by Hebden into something far more dreamlike and ethereal. The ambient chimes and noises as deployed on the likes of 'Clouding' and 'You Were There With Me' point to a more abstract form of music making, which contrasts well with the more warm and melodic tracks already mentioned. 'Everything Ecstatic' is a very diverse and unique record, blending a number of influences from hip-hop to electronica, but remains an album that refuses to be pigeonholed. It's further proof of the important role of technology in music, and how it can inspire and create, and Hebden is a master manipulator of sound. Just using a laptop, he has constructed an album that is far-reaching and radical in its ideas and sound, and it comes highly recommended. KW
Release date: 24 May
Press contact: Domino IH [all]

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ALBARN SAYS NO BLUR WITHOUT GRAHAM
Damon Albarn has told Billboard that there'll be no new releases from Blur unless Graham Coxon returns to the fold, although he may not want to hold his breath, as Coxon has already said that he has no plans to record again with the band. Albarn said: "I'm waiting for Graham to talk to me again. I'd love to see if we could make another record. I miss playing live in something that I grew up in. I do feel it's a shame that we didn't stick to it. Hopefully, we'll play together soon. As musicians, we need to spread peace and love." And music, obviously.

Meanwhile, Albarn is, of course, concentrating on a live set for new Gorillaz album 'Demon Days', released 23 May. The singer said "It will all be done by silhouette. It would be one where the lights never come up. So, if Dennis Hopper [who appears on the album] were to walk on stage, you would know it's him by his voice alone, as well as his silhouette. It will be like those old cut out silhouette portraits everyone used to get."

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XBOX EXPANDS MUSIC OFFERING
The next generation of the Xbox will see the games console step closer to becoming the one stop multi-media box. Among the new non-gaming-specific additions will be the facility to plug in an MP3 player and play your digital music collection via the console. Given that you can already rip tracks from CD directly onto your Xbox, this is part of Microsoft's bid to expand the console's music credentials. Ironically the Xbox will be iPod compatible, despite the fact the Apple digital music player is completely incompatible with Microsoft's digital music codec. While Microsoft man Bill Gates recently dissed the Apple player, predicting it will soon lose its dominance in the digital music space, it seem the IT giant wants the Xbox to be as user-friendly as possible, even if that means being compatible with their competitor's technology.

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WARNER FINANCIALS - GOOD STUFF, LESS GOOD STUFF
Following Warner Music's lukewarm share sale last week, the major label has released details of their financials for the first quarter of 2005. They make for a mixed reading. Revenues were slightly up, but profits were slightly down. Overall they made a loss of $18 million - considerable, but a lot less than the $45 million loss they made in the same period in 2004. Also on the up side, digital sales were up, accounting for $35 million of total revenues, up from $25 million this time last year. That may have not compensated for losses in CD sales, but it might give Warner some ammunition against cynical investors who, during last week's flotation, said they were unsure that Warner was properly equipped to succeed in the digital era.

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BLUEGRASS STAR MARTIN DIES
Bluegrass and country singer Jimmy Martin has died in Nashville at the age of 77, after being diagnosed with bladder cancer over a year ago. The singer performed lead vocals for the Blue Grass Boys before forming his own band, the Sunny Mountain Boys, and was inducted into the International Bluegrass Music Association's Hall of Honour in 1995. Martin recorded several bluegrass standards, including 'Sophronie', 'Hold Watcha Got' and 'The Sunny Side of the Mountain'. Former band member Bill Emerson said "In his heyday, he could take an audience of any size and have them eating out of his hand."

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BABYSHAMBLES TO APPEAR AT MANUMISSION
Babyshambles are to launch their debut album at Manumission in Ibiza this summer. According to the Daily Star a 'source' told them ìPete sees the gig as the perfect platform to premiere Babyshambles debut album. Last year his girlfriend Kate Moss caused a riot on the island, partying at Manumission with Jade Jagger."

The appearance is part of the Barfly link up with Manumission that will see the likes of The Bravery, Kaiser Chiefs and Maximo Park appearing at the new Ibiza Rocks night. Ricky Wilson of Kaiser Chiefs spoke to Xfm about the appearance, saying "I'm looking forward to performing to new people in Ibiza who we'll hopefully convert to fans. Having the opportunity to play on the Island of Dance is an exciting concept that we welcome wholeheartedly, we don't play Dance music, but we still like to see people dancing to our music and a fresh challenge is always something we enjoy."

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WEBLOGGER ENCOURAGES SURFERS TO GIVE PIRACY BODY AN ADMIN HEADACHE
A Dutch weblogger is encouraging his fellow country men to fill out a form asking the country's main copyright protection agency, BREIN, if they hold any personal data on them. According to Dutch privacy law the organisation is obliged to answer each of those requests within four weeks. Weblogger Geen Stijl is hoping to cause administrative mayhem at the royalty body, which is currently fighting the Dutch internet service providers in the courts in a bid to discover the identities of 42 suspected file sharers. Fun fun.

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CHRYSALIS RADIO APPOINT SKY MAN TO HEART JOB
Chrysalis Radio has nabbed Barnaby Dawe, currently BskyB marketing chief, to head up its flagship London radio station Heart 106.2. He will replace Steve Parkinson, who has in turned been nabbed by EMAP. Dawe told reporters yesterday that he was excited with his new appointment and that he looked forward to leading "the definitive challenger brand", whatever that means.

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MORGAN BID FOR PRESS GAZETTE FAVOURITE TO WIN
Piers Morgan is reportedly ready to make a seven-figure bid to buy media industry newspaper the Press Gazette. Both media industry weeklies, the Press Gazette and Media Week, were owned by the same company - Quantum. However they are busy flogging them off, last week selling Media Week to Haymarket, the company behind Marketing, PR Week and Revolution. Three buyers are said to be interested in the Press Gazette.

Morgan has remained tight lipped on his interest in the trade title, though he had been going round telling everyone how much the media industry needs a decent trade title, and sources have told the Guardian his pitch is currently favourite among the Quantum team. If successful Morgan is likely to revamp the title, though he probably won't edit it. He will also have the task of revamping the magazine's annual awards event, the British Press Awards, which have become something of a shambles with a number of national newspapers threatening to boycott the event.

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JIMMY EAT WORLD PULL OUT OF CARLING
Jimmy Eat World are no longer appearing at the Carling Weekend Reading And Leeds Festivals. The band were due to appear on in Reading on 27 Aug and in Leeds on 28 Aug but the group will now be on tour supporting Green Day instead.

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T IN THE PARK ORGANISES NEW BANDS STAGE
The organisers of T In The Park have confirmed the line up for the X-tent new bands stage. Super Furry Animals headline on 9 Jul and appear alongside Josh Rouse, Brendan Benson, Maximo Park and The Duke Spirit. The following day The Tears top the bill with a supported by The Frames, yourcodenameis:milo, The Dears, The Go! Team and The Subways. T In The Park takes place at Balado near Kinross between Jul 9 and 10, and, as previously reported, is sold out.

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GALLAGHER TO APPEAR IN THE APPRENTICE
No, he's not going to go and work for Alan Sugar. Word is Liam Gallagher may make his silver screen debut shortly in forthcoming film 'The Apprentice' starring Robert Carlisle (Trainspotting, The Full Monty, er, Hamish MacBeth) which is to tell the true story of convicted Glasgow gun-runner Paul Ferris. Producers are apparently in talks with the Oasis star about the role of mob boss Paul Massey, who is currently serving 14 years for a stabbing back in 1999. Paul Ferris' biographer Reg McKay said: "Yes, Liam has expressed interest in the part. Paul Massey is a big fan of Liam and thinks he will be brilliant."

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JAMELIA NEW FACE OF JAGUAR
Jamelia, who only passed her driving test in March, is to be the new face of Jaguar, according to a report in The Sun. Presumably that means we'll soon see her driving around in an XK. A source said: "The deal has been negotiated and she will sign up shortly."

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HENSON'S FIRST LOVE IS RUGBY NOT CHURCH
Gavin 'Silverboots' Henson says that rugby will always come first in his life, which may mean girlfriend Charlotte Church will get the push if Henson is ever mysteriously transported to a bad TV movie where he is forced to choose between his love and his work. According to The Sun, the Welsh sports star said "Charlotte's making me a very happy person and we get on very well. Rugby comes first though - without it I'm nothing so I have to make sure that's right. If any off-field activities affected my game in any way it would all stop. "I'll be going away for six or seven weeks but she wants to come out for a few days during the tour. It is important to have the people you care about out there with you."

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CHRIS MARTIN ON PLAGIARISM AND CELEBRITY
Chris Martin has said that Coldplay had to work hard to avoid plagiarising other people's work whilst recording new album X&Y, and admitted having some difficulty generating material, saying "The things that changed are, we have more things to sing about and more people to plagiarise." The singer also rejected claims that the band have become bland: "The way we operate is still pretty similar: we go down one path at a canter then realise that really we want a bit more excitement than this - which might sound extraordinary, because I don't think people associate Coldplay with excitement necessarily - but, believe me, we could sound a lot more bland."

The Coldplay frontman has also been holding forth with his views on celebrity, saying that "Fame isn't all it is cracked up to be," adding that people ignore great books, music and architecture because they are more interested in celebrities. He continues: "Everything is subservient to this idea of celebrity. Great things get ignored because they're not famous enough but people can tell you who's dating who."

Which is what I'm always saying. But people listen to him, not me, because he's famous.

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BRITNEY SAYS TIMBERLAKE BREAK UP MOST PAINFUL EXPERIENCE
Tell us something we don't know. Even people who weren't remotely interested in them went through it. Anyway, Britney has revealed that her break-up from Justin Timberlake was one of the worst things that ever happened to her, saying "The most painful thing I have ever experienced was that break-up. We were together so long and I had this vision. You think you're going to spend the rest of your life together."

But it's okay now though because she's very happy with husband Kevin Federline and described him as, "The sexiest man alive. No one knows the half of what he can do. He's brilliant."

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KELLY BREAKS FINGER
Very sad news. Kelly Osbourne has broken a finger after slipping on her way into a Stockholm TV studio for an interview about a one-off concert in Sweden. According to The Sun a friend said: "Kelly was in a lot of pain and has been told to rest. She was very frightened but experts have reassured her she will be on the go again soon."

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