Monday, March 28, 2011

Miley Cyrus 'stalker' arrested after breaking into wrong house - Tabloid Hell

A man suspected of stalking Miley Cyrus has been arrested after he tried to break into the pop star's house - but got the wrong address.

Musa Danasabe Ibrahim was arrested by officers for the Los Angeles Police after 4.15am (CPT). He was found in the garden of the house next door to where Cyrus lives.

According to a spokesperson for the force said: "Ibrahim was trying to make entry into Miley Cyrus' house, but he got the houses mixed up."

They added: "When we arrived on scene we found him in her neighbour's yard. He was arrested for trespassing."

Ibrahim's bail has been set at $5,000 (£3,110).

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Liam Gallagher in Jose Mourinho jibe at Beady Eye show - Tabloid Hell

Liam Gallagher's in the papers once more today (March 21) - now for having a dig at Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho during a Beady Eye gig in the Spanish capital.

The band are currently in the middle of their first European tour, with the singer getting the crowd gee-ed up on Friday (March 18) at the show.

According to The Sun he told the crowd: "There's only one boss in this town, and if Jose’s here I'll have him."

The crowd didn't take the bait, though, with many happily chanting "Ole! Ole! Ole! Ole!" back at him.

The tabloid also points out that Liam may not have felt so cheery after his own favourite team, Manchester City, got beaten 2-0 by Chelsea yesterday (March 20)...

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Duran Duran: 'Our Timbaland album was a fucking nightmare'

Duran Duran have said that the making of their 2007 album 'Red Carpet Massacre' - produced largely by Timbaland - was a "fucking nightmare".

The band told The Quietus that the pairing was their record company's idea.

Guitarist John Taylor said: "That whole project was a fucking nightmare. We delivered an album to Sony that was a natural-sounding, almost rock album and they were like, 'We need something a bit pop, do you fancy doing a couple of track with Timbaland?'"

He added: "Around the same time we fell out with Andy [Taylor, the band's former guitarist] so the Timbaland stuff sounded hugely different from what we'd done before."

Keyboardist Nick Rhodes admitted that there was a communication breakdown between the two parties.

"When Timbaland saw the guitar and the bass and the drums come in to the studio, I think he was mortified because everything’s in a box for those guys," he said. "But I'm really glad we made that album, because in time I think it will stand up."

The band recently released their new Mark Ronson-produced new album 'All You Need Is Now'.

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