Monday: Pop Shots
Pete wants a gun, Lilys naughty credit card rampage and Fergie quashes those pregnancy rumours
Just when you thought Pete Doherty's life couldnt get any more bizarre, the Daily Mirror reports hes applied for a shotgun licence.
No, dont worry, hes not planning to rob a bank - apparently the troubled rocker became so enamoured with the country lifestyle after staying at Kate Moss Cotswolds retreat that he fancied bagging himself some grouse. A mate overheard him say: I want to get a shotgun and a flat cap and go shooting like they all do in the country. It could be my new hobby.
Fortunately for pheasants everywhere, the cops turned his application down " hardly surprising considering hes served time in prison and has drugs convictions on his record.
Meanwhile Lily Allen has admitted she borrowed her mums credit card when she was 18 and took it on a spending spree.
I was a bit of a kleptomaniac when I was 18, she said. I went around Harvey Nichols with my mums credit card. I got a 900 Marc Jacobs handbag. She made me pay it all back. And the spending didnt end there. I also put all of my parking tickets on my mums card - 6,500 worth. I had to pay that all back too. Having her album and single hit no.1 in the charts no doubt eased the strain.
And finally, the Daily Star reports that Fergie (the Black Eyed Pea, not the Duchess) is sick of rumours doing the rounds that shes either pregnant or engaged.
The 31-year-old, who released her debut solo album last year, was apparently relaxing by a swimming pool over the weekend when a child got cramp in the water. Without hesitating the quick-thinking star dived into the pool and scooped the boy out.
An onlooker said: It was really quick and impressive of her. But then another woman near her said she should be more careful when shes expecting a baby. Fergie smiled politely and said she wasnt.
And later that day, live on stage at the pre-Super Bowl party, she told fans: Ive heard that Ive been engaged probably about seven times, and pregnant, but Ive never been either. Sorry to disappoint. Thanks for setting the record straight, Fergs, that should stop tongues wagging for a while.
What was that? Pregnant you say?