Currently, Girls Aloud are doing a series of one-on-one interviews with Victoria Newton.
Today's, with Sarah Harding, is pretty typical:
Sarah, 25, said: “I don’t want to be known as a slapper or a pisshead.
As a thank you for all this access, Newton illustrates Harding's desire to not be thought of as a sexual object or a drunk with pictures of her in her knickers and drinking heavily.
The Guardian's Lost In Showbiz blog enjoyed Nicola Roberts' thoughts on the murder of Rhys Jones:
I blame Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. We should lock up more people. I know prisons are full, just build more! Young criminals now think they can get away with committing crimes. I just can't believe the state of this country. I can understand some people are in a vicious circle, coming from a difficult backrgound, but they don't have to become criminals..."
As the Guardian confirms, yes, this was the same Nicola Roberts who had been tucked-up in a toilet cubicle with Cheryl Tweedy/Cole just seconds before Cole beat the shit out of a poorly-paid toilet attendant.