Tuesday: Pop Shots
Britney's at it again, mixed messages from Girls Aloud, The Monkey's mega-gig, and The Terminator takes over - apparently...
Britney Spears is showing she won't stop at Nicholas - sorry, going knickerless - when it comes to showing her ex K-Fed she's over him.
Having spent the last month painting the town (Moulin) rouge with party girls Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan, she's now allegedly been caught making sweet music with Federline's former producer, Jonathon Rotem.
The pair were snapped on the town, enjoying what looks like a lingering kiss, after watching new rom-com 'The Holiday'" which is all about a girl finding love after a difficult break-up.
It's rumoured that they are currently spending a lot of time together in the studio, working on new material. So that's what they call it these days...
Two ex-partners who've managed to remain relatively civil, even though she's married now, are Cheryl Cole and ex-boyfriend Jason Mack.
Jason told The Star today how Cheryl helped wean him off a 200-a-day cocaine habit, when they used to date. "She'd sit with me for hours and talk me out of going out and getting drugs."
The comments came after Cheryl laid into Pete Doherty, calling him "That junkie idiot. There are enough drug problems in the world today without him being in the pubic eye for it."
A full interview can be read in a special edition of NME where the girls appear in a lavish photoshoot that pays tribute to legendary punk band The Sex Pistols, who, of course, famously, never took drugs.
Or, no, wait a minute
They're not quite The Sex Pistols " and even if we said they were, they'd be something else " but the Arctic Monkeys have just announced their biggest ever UK date.
The gig will probably be called Live and Lancashire Cricket Ground, as that's where it's taking place, though Matt Helders, the Arctic drummer, has said the band will try to think of a better name for the Monkeys' mini-festival.
They're currently looking for other bands to join them on stage, but they have concerns about who to pick, as Helders explains to NME: "We don't want anyone who will blow us off the stage, so perhaps someone we've seen before who we've always liked."
To be honest though lads, after the year you've had, if your new album lives up to expectations there ain't gonna be many bands who'll blow you away.
Unless, that is, you believe Kasabian front man Tom Meighan who told The Star today that his band were "Like the Terminator " taking over the world! THE big band!"
The last bit may be true, but The Terminator didn't take over the world didn't we win in that film?