Tuesday: Pop Shots
Amy Vs Keisha, Morrissey Vs Europe and Von Teese Vs Manson - let battle commence...
Amy 'likes a glass of ' Winehouse has popped her cork at sweet Sugababe Keisha Buchanan.
The 23 year old motor-mouth, whose new album Back to Black recently went Platinum, was at an awards gig in her "manor, in Camden," she told ITV.com, "when my manager said to me 'Peaches has left and there's no-one to introduce the Sugababes.'
"I said I'd do it, but Keisha's a bit well, let's just say she needs to pull the pickle out of her arse!"
Maybe it's less a case of Push the Button as Pull the Pickle So altogether now: "You better pull the pickle right out your arsela di da dah di da dah dah...!"
You might even get half decent odds on those lyrics appearing in this year's Eurovision Song Contest entry, since the track is going to be written by dry northern manic depressive funny man Morrissey, according to The Sun.
A BBC Spokesman confirmed that they were in talks with the former lead of The Smiths, whose hits include Girlfriend in a Coma and Heaven Know's I'm Miserable Now, as he expressed more than a passing interest last year.
After Daz Simpson failed at Eurovision 2006, Morrissey was quoted as saying: "I was horrified to see the UK fail again. But there's a question I keep asking myself " why didn't they ask me? It just keeps going round in my head."
I'd say there's a pretty decent chance that the Beeb will get their man then
But as the Beeb get theirs, Dita Von Tesse gets rid of hers.
Marilyn Manson's wife, who filed for divorce just before Christmas, has claimed his wild nights partying with Lindsay Lohan lead to the split.
She claimed she was fed up with him staying up all night partying and taking drugs, and that he was getting paranoid.
A source close to the pair said that Dita singled out Lindsey Lohan for special attention, saying the Hollywood wild child was always ringing up the house wanting to party.
What with Britney, Paris and now Manson on her drinks list, it's amazing Lind's has time to do anything else...
Oh, hold on...