Sweet joy for Gordon Smart today, as he finds someone with even less of a steady grip on popular culture than he has:
N-DUBZ star TULISA CONTOSTAVLOS proves she's got soul but she's no fan of THE KILLERS.
The singer confessed she had no idea the sample for the brilliant new War Child track which she features on was from All These Things That I've Done by the US outfit.
She confessed that. And asked for three other charges of not being able to tell U2 from Radiohead to be taken into consideration.
Tulisa and the rest of the Young Soul Rebelswill perform the song, I Got Soul, for the first time at Wednesday's MOBOs in Glasgow.
Ah, yes, Music of Black Origin - N-Dubz singing a song based around a Brandon Flowers piece. There's a celebration.
Still, it must be exciting for Glasgow, this week preparing to hold an event that it's pumped cash into to help shift the idea of Glasgow from being a crumbling, old-fashioned, bypassed city into something new and modern and a little multicultural. Isn't that right, Gordon?
I'll be there tapping my foot, drinking Irn-Bru and eating Tunnock's Tea Cakes.
I suppose the good people of Glasgow can take comfort that he didn't mention hot battered confectionery. Although there's still time.
Elsewhere, Gordon manages to spin a lead article from the somewhat humdrum news that Kate Moss is now a member of the PRS.