Gordon rushes through the newsroom, hollering "Hold the front page!":
Goodness. This actually is news, although perhaps not quite as serious as Smart would hope to have us believe:
Really? "Many"? "Some" might be a stretch, but many?
Mr. Z is supposedly upset by, well, everything:
He was also angered by suggestions his signing caused fewer ticket registrations than last year and the reaction to his appearance on some festival message boards.
Really? Jay-Z is worried by things that people have posted on the internet? And is "upset" that he was used to attract his core audience? How does that actually make sense? Are we supposed to believe that Jay-Z thought he was being signed to disappoint the regular audience rather than attract a (slightly) different one?
Quick, Gordon, your story is melting faster than yesterday's snow:
Gordon reports of Myleene Klass' birthday party. He's not impressed:
Having spent a few paragraphs calling anyone who showed up so obscure as to be of no interest to the likes of his readers, Gordon then invites his readers to:
There is a fairly big story in The Sun, which gets pushed onto Gordon's page:
Sandip said: “We spoke about how there are so many children in India who need homes.”
A source said: “Madonna was very taken with Sandip. He told her there were orphans who would melt her heart. Guy was against the idea, but when she wants something, she gets it.”
So, then, there's no actual adoption process in place, just - perhaps - a vague idea. The piece, boiled down, says "it's too tricky to take an African child, let's see if the Indians are bit less worried about handing over their children", all, of course, hung on this "a source", a source so vague that they don't even indicate why they'd be in a position for us to take this seriously.