Yes, it's great for the Bizarre team that their however unlikely Winehouse story is considered by the Sun to be the second lead this morning.
Surprisingly, though, it only makes first of the rest-of-the-stuff on the Bizarre page itself. Perhaps because, once again, it's Pete Samson who's turned in the eye-catching story while - yes - Gordon churns out another Spice Girls lead. This time, it's the "news" that Victoria has, supposedly, block-booked the B-row at the Millennium Dome (formerly The BT Cellnet Arena) for her showbiz friends:
“She booked up a whole row just for her family so they had the best view of the stage.
“The girls’ jaws dropped when they found out they had been beaten to the punch by Victoria.”
Not, we imagine, as far as Beckham's family's jaws dropped when they found out they were going to have to be in seats where Victoria would notice if they snuck out to the bar.
Smart, of course, realises this is pretty thin fare, and is forced to pad it out by reporting, erm, all the gigs they've played so far:
They kicked off in Vancouver, played San Jose, two dates in LA, three in Las Vegas and another three in London.
It's nice to see Gordon sticking up for some multimillionaires, although as he surely knows, the Mirror was careful not to claim that Las Vegas wasn't a sell-out - just that a large number of ticket-holders never turned up. The implication is that the tickets are selling well, but not finding a market in the resale arena.