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  • You will soon be able to live out every Beatles fan’s dream: an opportunity to sit down and share a meal with Sir Paul McCartney. The catch? Your meal will actually be so many pixels on a computer screen. The Guardian reports, “In honor of World Environment Day, users will be able to log on to Paul McCartney’s website, www.paulmccartney.com, and then, after donating a minimum of $25 (£12) to Adopt-A-Minefield, gain access to McCartney’s online dining table. Of course, in this case ‘virtual dinner’ is a euphemism for ‘an MP3 file and some recipes’, but don’t let that get you down.” Well, I guess that means you can chew with your mouth open to your heart’s delight.

  • On her Myspace blog, Lily Allen speaks of her humiliation after her drunken collapse at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards. “It’s not cool getting that drunk. Kids, drink responsibly or you’ll end up looking like this, not pretty!” (BBC)
  • Lily’s excuse : “My gin, bubbly, beer, and vodkas were spiked.” (Daily Mail)
  • Girls Aloud are getting their own BBC chat show, An Audience with Girls Aloud.(NME)
  • Ozzy Osbourne has won a libel case against a tabloid that claims he “collapsed twice” before hosting this year’s BRIT Awards.(BBC)
  • Amy Winehouse brandishes a bottle of Malibu before the paps.(The Sun)
  • Sienna Miller exposes herself to The Daily Telegraph.
  • Kate Beckinsale is already playing matchmaker with her 9-year-old daughter Lily and Brooklyn Beckham, David and Victoria Beckham‘s oldest son.(Mirror)
  • Tom Smith of Editors, Maximo Park, Prodigy, and The Cribs are among the artists who will cover tracks from classic indie artists for a new compilation.(NME)
  • Get in line, dude: Luke Pritchard of The Kooks wants to bang Carmen Electra. (NME)
  • Ronnie Wood plays guitar on the new Starsailor album?(NME)
  • The Guardian honors director David Lean‘s 100th birthday with a 23-minute podcast.
  • Atonement director Joe Wright also offers a tribute to David Lean: “People talk about this grand, epic quality in Lean’s films, but I love them because they are pure. Clean, simple – even minimalist. He never uses anything he doesn’t need, and, like the match and the sunrise, it encapsulates more than a million words. No one else comes close, but it gives me something to aspire to.”(The Times)
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Filed Under: Lily Allen, Paul McCartney
By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.