Morrissey treated for cancer
FORMER Smiths frontman Morrissey says he has been treated for cancer and hinted he might be ready to retire from music altogether.
The Big Mouth singer cancelled a string of US gigs this year and has already revealed he had been treated for a condition which in rare cases can lead to cancer.
In an interview with Spanish newspaper El Mundo, he said: “They have scraped cancerous tissues from me four times already, but who cares. If I die, then I die. And if not, then I don’t. Right now I feel good. I am aware that in recent photos I look unwell, but that is what illness does. I’m not going to worry about that…I’ll rest when I’m dead.”
Morrissey, currently on tour in Europe, started writing a novel after the unexpected success of his memoirs and said the book was coming along well and suggested he might become a full-time writer.
He said: “It will probably be published next year and with luck I will be able to stop singing forever, which would make many people happy.”
babe Kimberley Garner showed off her upper classes in this cleavage-enhancing frock.
The blonde, 24, was guest of honour at the London premiere of new rom-com this week, alongside the film’s stars Lily Cole and Sam Claflin.
But it was Kimberley’s fantastic TOFF RACK that was drawing all the attention as the reality telly lovely showed-off the assets that made her famous in a skin tight black dress. THE English Football Association (FA) has been heavily criticised for failing to tackle homophobia, racism and sexism, as the Liberal Democrats backed a major independent review of the game.
Homophobic chanting should be made a criminal offence in line with racist chants, the Lib Dems say – with gay and bisexual fans warning abuse continues to “plague” the beautiful game.
Activists heard that stewards should be better trained to deal with homophobic chants while the chairman of a gay football team in Manchester told how it took seven months for the FA’s disciplinary process to punish those responsible for some of the worst homophobic and racist abuse they had experienced.
Football’s win at all costs mentality is also of concern due to the financial risks clubs are taking, the Lib Dems say.