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Ailbhe Malone is com­ing to terms with the fact that she will never see Tay­lor Swift naked

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - Reel News - Tay­lor Swift: plucky

Ge­nie in a Coke Can by FOE. Do you see what FOE’s done? She’s writ­ten a track mock­ing celebrity ma­nia and then ti­tled it so that it looks sim­i­lar to a Christina Aguil­era song. LOL! Song names aside, Ge­nie in a

Coke Can is snot-pop at its best, with dis­torted gui­tars and a Courtney Love cho­rus. For fans of mu­sic pur­chas­ing, FOE’s got an EP out soon, en­ti­tled Hot New

Trash, and it is 75 per cent re­ally good.

TRACK OF THE WEEK

Best put-down of the week goes to the ed­i­tors of

GQ mag­a­zine. Dur­ing a live web chat, one of their read­ers asked: “Has Chris Brown ever been on the cover of GQ? And if not, when will he be?” In one of the wit­tier ri­postes we’ve heard this year, the GQ team replied “might be a while. It is Gentle­men’s Quar­terly, af­ter all, not Iron­i­cally-NamedMagazine-That-Know­ingly-Puts-Do­mes­ticAbusers-on-Its-Cover Quar­terly.” Amaz­ing.

Tay­lor Swift has made it pretty clear that she won’t be do­ing any nudey photo shoots any time soon. Speak­ing to the

Daily Tele­graph, she said: “It’s just a life de­ci­sion. I don’t feel com­fort­able tak­ing my clothes off. I wouldn’t wear tiny amounts of cloth­ing in my real life, so I don’t think it’s nec­es­sary to wear that stuff in photo shoots.”

Demi Lovato (right) has come out of re­hab, and has be­gun to speak about why she went in. Writ­ing in

Seven­teen mag­a­zine, she hints at an eat­ing dis­or­der, not­ing “there have been times when I def­i­nitely have been tempted to get rid of my din­ner. But I will deal with it for the rest of my life be­cause it’s a life-long disease.”

She adds: “I don’t think there’s go­ing to be a day when I don’t think about food or my body, but I’m liv­ing with it, and I wish I could tell young girls to find their safe place and stay with it.”

Demi, Pop Cor­ner’s be­hind you all the way.

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