Effectively, the Sun's coverage is hanging this morning on triumphantly blowing the Doherty isn't coming story out the water:
Pete was top notch, performing to a dedicated following who finally believe he cares more about the music than the drugs.
Hang about, Nadia Mendoza - that sounds like a dangerous deviation from the paper's party line, there.
Nadia's coverage of Franz Ferdinand's discovery of the risks of turning up as a surprise too high up the bill is pretty good, too:
The Scottish rockers played a surprise set on the Park Stage before the British rapper, leaving the crowd bewildered and second guessing if the hip-hopper would turn up.
Polite applause and confusion left what should have been a fantastic set somewhat tainted.
We were surprised, though, that Nadia seemed both bemused how The Subways could be familiar enough to be on the main stage, and yet also convinced their songs were too over-familiar to be worth bothering with.
While The Sun is berating those who fall for rumours, it's slightly kinder on the people who ran stories about Dolly Parton's surprise plans - what with that being the boss, and all. No Dolly, no way, as she's playing at the other end of the country.
Perhaps surprisingly, the Mirror is leading its coverage with an interview with Martha Wainwright, and a sad tale of lost footwear:
The paper also found tickets on eBay for a tenner. So, Michael Eavis has finally beaten the touts - by tanking the resale value of the tickets.
The Mail has spotted Kate Moss, and so can now go home happy. She didn't speak to them, so the paper made do with the next best thing:
The Guardian's coverage focuses more heavily on the music, offering a handy scorecard of the acts so far:
Candi Staton - 9
Ting Tings - 8
Vampire Weekend - 8
Glasvegas - 7
Glasvegas probably lost a couple of points for being on a rival sponsor's stage.
The Telegraph has sent Tom Chivers down to battle through the crowds, although he does seem to be relying on his rivals to keep him in the loop:
But he rallies, and gets a scoop of his own:
Morrissey? Bloody hell - the tickets'll be lucky to make a fiver on eBay, then...
[Part of Glastonbury 2008]