Lady Gaga’s little monsters get heavy with rival Adele

It must be true – it’s in the Sunday papers: from Grammy wars to Dame Judi’s favourite Bond

LAST UPDATED AT 12:49 ON Sun 13 Nov 2011

FANS of Lady Gaga, known as “little monsters”, are using Twitter to make fun of her British rival Adele’s weight as the two women vie for Grammy awards. “Confirmed: Gaga will not be wearing her meat dress because she is afraid Adele will eat it,” is a typical jibe, says The Sunday Times... 

As I’m a Celebrity returns tonight, Janet Street-Porter, a previous contestant, advises this year’s players to “keep all your clothes on if you’re over 40” and not to whisper anything they might regret later. “There are microphones everywhere,” she tells readers of the Independent on  Sunday...

Pippa Middleton’s relationship with Alex Loudon was not called off by her, but by him, according to the Mail on Sunday. He couldn’t stand the “circus” that surrounds her and his parents did not see Pippa as “wife material”... This is the most serious error to emerge to date , it is extraordinary,” a senior security source told the paper... 

Dame Judi Dench, signed up again to play M in the new Bond film Skyfall, has admitted she misses the last actor to play the secret agent, Piece Brosnan, says The People. “Daniel [Craig] is an incredible talent and I love working with him – but I still miss Pierce,” she says...

Louis Walsh, The X Factor judge, blames fellow judge Gary Barlow for the demise of contestant Frankie Cocozza, thrown off the show for bragging about using cocaine. “Gary told him not to behave from day one,” Walsh tells the Sunday Mirror...

Colonel Gaddafi took Viagra to enable him to bed four women a day, according to his manservant, Faisal. The Sunday Times reports that Gaddafi’s female bodyguards – the so-called “nuns of the revolution” - admitted to Faisal having slept with their boss... · 

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