• “It can be cheaper to fly to New York to eat at Gordon Ramsay‘s restaurant than to go to his place in London. A meal at the TV chef’s new establishment in the Big Apple costs less than half the price of an almost identical one at his Chelsea eatery.” From what I hear, lots of New Yorkers have broken the bank at his NYC restaurant. C’mon, Gordon, you’ve done your take on the gastropub; isn’t it time to put your spin on the all-you-can-eat budget buffet?(Metro)

  • Doctor Who‘s notoriously private David Tennant will appear on Michael Parkinson’s talk show next month.(The Sun)
  • Martin Freeman (The Office, The Robinsons) will play a “failed magician” in a new sitcom.(The Sun)
  • Richard Gere has apologized for kissing Shilpa Shetty and causing a media storm in India.(BBC)
  • Kate Moss, a.k.a. the world’s highest-paid mannequin, will do more designing than modeling in the future, she says.
  • Heather Mills denies she’ll be on Big Brother, wears a cardigan of many colors.(Mirror)
  • Will Michael Jackson and Boy George both play a upcoming Scottish music festival?(Contact Music)
  • Editors tout their sophomore release, An End Has a Start, to NME, claiming it will have a “bigger sound.” Will this be their Funeral? Tom Smith says, “Over the last couple of years things have started happening in my life – people dying or getting ill – and they’ve just started these thoughts in my head. Realizing that (death) is part of life can be amazing. I think that makes sense when you hear the songs.”
  • Legendary producer Stephen Street will produce the next Babyshambles album.(Gigwise)
  • Prince Charles says he’s “too old” for the little nippers playing the Diana concert.(Contact Music)
  • An article about Morrissey‘s surprising popularity with Latinos in Southern California.
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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.