Thursday: Pop Shots
Take That offer their services, the album chart's still hot, Liam looks like he's dead and Sandi Thom's bling is blunk...
According to The Sun Take That have offered their services to a concert to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana, which is being organised by her children, Princes William and Harry.
The super massive gig will take place next summer at the new Wembley Stadium " assuming the three-quarters of a billion pound building site is ever finished!
Prospects for the concert are good, as the Royal lads are both young and about as streetwise as anyone from Eton gets " The Game recently paid his respects to Harry, saying he "knows what's up. He knows that when he's on the West Side I'm gonna hold him down."
So with their contacts alongside the international weight the Diana name carries, we'll be keeping an eye on the gig which has the potential to be next year's Live8
Take That have been heavily involved in their own battle this week, however, as the band lead the race to the weekend's number 1 album slot. Their new release Beautiful World is currently outselling Oasis, Il Divo and Westlife - who Noel recently described as being "proof that there is no God."
The buoys from the Emerald Isle have seen their sales plummet, and are currently looking like only reaching the number 4 slot this week.
This being said, they still look great, unlike Liam who's been begging the makeup girl for a bit more around the eyes. He's quoted in London's Metro as saying "Me bags are showin' worse than ever! I look like I'm dead!"
But we can't help but wonder whether the hard drinking lads mag favourite from Oasis was actually looking for a touch a class, as opposed to asking for a Touche Eclat, the expensive concealer that was being used.
Someone else whose quest for class has been tragically scuppered is Celtic ballardier Sandi Thom.
The singer from Scotland, who'd previously requested to be a 'punk rocker with flowers in her hair,' has raised her demands for her new video 'Lonely Girl' by asking for a bling-style necklace to wear.
Her face must have been a picture when record company bosses turned up with a super-glam sparkler from the local Argos!
Maybe you should go back to the daisy chains and metal stud look, we're sure the budget can stretch that far