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Sugar Bits: Philip Defends Kerry Katona Interview

  • Philip Schofield has hit back at claims Kerry Katona was ambushed with difficult questions during her recent televised interview on This Morning, saying "It's a shame that she feels that way because unfortunately she set herself up, or she was set up by the person who brought her in. The last thing I want to do is to witness a car crash in front of my eyes." — Guardian
  • Kerry Katona's also facing being sacked from her Iceland spokesperson job following her interview on the morning show. — The Sun
  • Guns N'Roses long delayed album Chinese Democracy finally has a UK release date. The record will be out on November 24. — Newsbeat
  • In relation to that, Dr Pepper will be keeping their promise to give a free soft drink to all Americans if the Guns N'Roses album is released in 2008! — BBC
  • Anne Hathaway's ex Raffaello Follieri has been sentenced to four and a half years in prison for wire fraud, money laundering and conspiracy in a Manhattan court. — People

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