Tuesday: Pop Shots
Peter's getting all cultured, the Royals' fun and games and Leto's leap of faith...
You are cordially invited to attend an evening of poetry readings and acoustic tracks by the renowned talent Pete Doherty.
Yes that's right folks, the former Libertine has added an 'r' to his name in an attempt to liberate himself from his bit-of-a-mess image.
He's returning to his roots as an actually very talented wordsmith and musician for An Evening with Peter Doherty at the Hackney Empire in East London, on April 11 and 12.
Let's just hope he stays on the right side of sober and doesn't make a Baby-shambles of it
Two other little tykes that would do well to pull in the reigns at the moment are the two cheeky princes William and Harry, who've been caught messing with their gran's mobile phone.
The Queen " their gran " couldn't use her new royal ringer and she asked the boys to help.
They did. But the lads, who are big fans of rap, recorded her answer phone message like this: "Hey, wassup! This is Liz, sorry I'm away from the throne. For a hotline to Philip, press one. For Charles press two, and for the Corgis, press three."
Sounds like a proper hoot round at the palace at the moment!
The boys are still working on their Concert for Diana which is set to take place at the New Wembley this summer
Someone who won't be playing at the Concert for Diana, for health and safety reasons as much as anything is Jared Leto.
While playing with his band 30 Seconds to Mars the actor turned singer threw himself off stage in an impassioned stage dive, but forgot that his fan base was largely made up of pre-teen girls.
Sadly he broke his nose. Fortunately the landing area was cleared quick enough that no-one else got hurt.
Definitely best to keep him away from that new Wembley arch then