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AILBHE MALONEknows Pink is ready for teenage kicks

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Do You Think Of Me by Misha B

Since the erm, home run of Home Run, Misha B’s really pulled out the big guns for her follow-up single. Co-written by herself, and dedicated to Mishas mum, who abandoned her at three months (heavy...) DYTOM packs an unexpected punch. And just wait for the middle eight.

Pink’s daughter Willow is just over a year old, but the Blow Me (One Last Kiss) singer is already worried about her future. Pink told the New Review that she was certain that baby Willow wouldn’t follow the path that the singer went down in her teenage years. “I’m gonna try figure out a way with Carey (her husband, Carey Hart) to safely allow her to navigate the world. No, she (is) never gonna f**king touch heroin. I’m gonna make sure of it. And if she wants to f**king hate me for it, that’s fine.” Pink went on: “She won’t have my teenage life because I’ve already been there. I’m prepared to be a lot stronger than my mom was. That’s all. I’m never gonna know everything, but I know a lot.” Looks like Willow’s in safe hands.

It’s nice to see that Biebz and Selena Gomez are still snuggling up together. Speaking to Top of the Pops magazine, JB praised Selena’s listening sills. “I’m attracted to someone who’s a good listener, who is there for me and who pays attention to what I am saying. Also, I’m very affectionate so need someone affectionate like me.” And, he added, her looks didn’t hurt either. “She’s hot. Of course, every guy likes their girl to be hot, which Selena is.”

Beyoncé’s revealed an unlikely source of inspiration in a recent blog post. B typed (with her long nails clacking on the keyboard, we imagine) “Passionate, driven determined. Andy Murray Serena Williams shows us that anything is possible. Through past injuries, ups and downs, these two stellar athletes took the US Open by storm. Thank you both for showing us the true definition of inspiration.” We never took her for a tennis fan.

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