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  • Victoria Beckham only agreed to the Spice Girls reunion under the condition that rehearsals would be held in her adopted hometown of Los Angeles – meaning Geri Haliwell, Emma Bunton, and Melanie Chisolm all had to uproot their small children and head westward. They aren’t happy.(Mirror)

  • Has Justin Timberlake rocked Baby Spice‘s cradle?(The Sun)
  • How the Spice Girls would look without makeup.(The Sun)
  • Expect ESPN to go into Beckham overload right about…now.(Forbes)
  • David Beckham‘s new BFF, Saints running back Reggie Bush, will be in the booth July 21st for Beckham’s first U.S. match.(AOL Sports)
  • The Sun‘s Victoria Newton tattles on Amy Winehouse, claiming she was “propped up on a bar” when she should have been playing that gig in Liverpool.
  • The members of The View were pelted with glass bottles during a show in Falkirk, Scotland, resulting in a cut-lip for their sound-guy. An all-out brawl ensued, and Kyle Falconer declared, “This is the last time we’re playing Falkirk.”(NME)
  • Alex Turner talks about having punk poet John Cooper Clarke pen verses for the sleeve of the Arctic Monkeys‘ new single, “Fluorescent Adolescent.” “He offered up a few things he had previously written and also wrote new material based on the character in the song,” Turner told The Sun.
  • Noel Gallagher says Liam is still pissed he didn’t get to sing lead on Oasis‘ “Don’t Look Back in Anger.” Take a moment and reflect on the sheer awfulness that song would have been with Liam sneering his way through it.(Mirror)
  • Lily Allen wants to quit music…in, like, 14 years or so. By the way, old Lil is looking more and more like her daddy Keith (Robin Hood‘s Sheriff) everyday. It’s rather scary.(Mirror)
  • Peter Gabriel enters the world of social networking websites.(Macworld)
  • A website dedicated to the gorgeousness that is race car driver Lewis Hamilton. Can you tell I’m crushin’ on him, just a little bit?
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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.