Oops. Whoever's been supposed to take care of updating Gordon's page to seamlessly incorporate the Oscars news with Gordon's stuff didn't get the "seamless" part - it seems like The Sun has the same problems updating a website at three in the morning than the rest of us.
The rebuild of the page has also shuffled what the newspaper edition shows as the biggest story down the running order to be leapfrogged by, erm, Charlotte Church dyes hair and Gary Lineker is still going out with the same woman as six months ago. The sudden interest in Lineker's date is because someone's noticed that her surname - Bux - is the first syllable of Buxom, which means there's the option of breast jokes.
I say "jokes":
It's more pointing and saying "breasts!" over and over.
And that main story? Noel Gallagher is leaving Ibiza "to escape James Blunt". It's an amusing angle, but selling a £5.5million house because of a vague chance of seeing James Blunt? Sounds more like a cover story to us.
Oasis are busily recording a new record, which is got Gordo all twitterpated:
I’m told one of the tracks is an absolute epic, featuring a 50-voice choir. Sounds mega.
Yes, he did just say "sounds mega".
So keen is Gordon to snuggle up to Noel that he decides to stand behind as his hero kicks sand into Blunt's eyes going "you tell 'im, boss":
Sunny Ibiza is now out of the question thanks to that Factor 50 idiot Blunt.
Perhaps whoever did the Oscars story rebuild was trying to save Gordon from himself by burying this.