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Gwyneth Paltrow to Write Cook Book, Plus a Roundup of Today's Entertainment News Stories

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow will publish her first cook book next year, My Father's Daughter. It will focus on "the importance of togetherness at mealtime, emphasising that cooking for your family is the ultimate expression of love" and won't include macrobiotic. — Telegraph
  • Jade Goody has been given some hope after learning that her cancer has spread, as she starts a two-month course of Hycamtin, a new "miracle drug". — The Sun
  • Jonathan Ross is donating his copy of the first Spider-Man adventure, worth at least £40,000, to help raise funds for Comic Relief. — Mirror
  • Etta James has denounced President Obama and said she "can't stand" Beyonce, who is "going to get her ass whipped" for singing "At Last" at Barack Obama's inauguration. — PopSugar
  • The Official Charts Company has launched a new chart for "purely classical" music to join its long-running combined classical chart, which requires 60% of an album to be classical. Katherine Jenkins's Sacred Arias would qualify for the combined but not the new "pure" chart. — BBC
  • The celebrities taking part in Let's Dance For Comic Relief include comedians Jo Brand, Paddy McGuinness, Dick and Dom, Keith Lemon and Robert Webb; Dragons' Den's Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne and Deborah Meaden; and Blue Peter's Tim Vincent, Anthea Turner, Mark Curry, Diane-Louise Jordan, Peter Duncan, Peter Purves, Janet Ellis and Helen Skelton. Anton Du Beke will be in charge and Claudia Winkleman and Steve Jones will host. It starts on 21 February and will run for four weeks. — ITN

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