The Enemy turn up to play some songs for Gordon Smart and - lord help us - John Gaunt this morning, and set their hats at tumbling their idols:
Tom & Co will be supporting OASIS this summer, but hope to take over as our No1 band before long.
That sentence implies that Oasis are our number one band, but let's let it pass, shall we?
The Enemy are set to play with the GALLAGHERS in front of 90,000 people at Wembley, their determination means they won’t be truly happy until they are headlining there themselves.
Tom said: “I don’t think NOEL needs to do it any more. He’s doing it for the love of it. That’s the dream.
“That’s when you can say you’ve made it.”
Is Noel doing it for love? Aren't he and his brother more like a married couple who have long gone past passion, through love and beyond comfort; now they're barely even going through the motions.
They even took the news that Bob Dylan had pipped them to No1 spot in the album chart early this month with good humour.
Tom said: “I was disappointed for about two minutes then it occurred to me it was Bob.
“You have worse days than coming second to him.”
Oh yes. A bloke who hadn't had a number one album since sweets came off the ration. There's no shame in being the first band in decades to be kept off the top spot by him.
While Gordon is nodding quietly along to The Enemy, he's left it to Caroline Iggulden to pick up the Jackson story. She trots through the usual cancer story stuff - brave, waving at fans, more bravery. The story has everything, except for the denial of the whole story by the Jackson camp. Which might be something a Sun reader should at least be made aware of, don't you think?