Sunday Sport - - NEWS - Bri­tain’s No.1 show­biz col­umn

NO rest for BAT­TEN HATCH lovely TISSY FROOP who, fresh from that busi­ness in Bid­dulph with NOTTY FRUME, is set­ting up a bou­tique in Al­sager.

But that’s bound to ruf­fle feathers on the set of LOWER MID­DLE be­cause just three weeks ago Tissy’s co- star and for­mer friend DAPHERS HOOLE set up a fudge con­ces­sion in Frod­sham.

An on- set in­sider said: “Daphers is putting it about that Tissy’s only open­ing the shop be­cause she set up the fudge stall. Daphers is call­ing Tissy a ‘ bit re­tail copy­cat’. It’s all quite bitchy, re­ally.” WHO would have thought that BARRY SODO would go through with his prom­ise and en­ter the PRIEST­HOOD! Barry, a founder mem­ber of fist-scat jazz combo AMYL, was years for best known for run­ning off to spend three years with an Al­ba­nian shit gang. But he “saw the light” in June af­ter a spir­i­tual ex­pe­ri­ence in Bis­pham and has now en­tered a monastery near Widnes, where he’ll be known as BROTHER BARRY! Praise the Lord! GARRY MASH, who plays HUN GREAVES in UNDERLING, has re­port­edly been ap­proached by a big shot Hol­ly­wood agent who fan­cies his chances in Tin­sel­town.

Garry, un­til last year the sig­nif­i­cant other of SPONGE drum­mer JULES BAT­TER, may be in the run­ning to pay a Brit bad­die in the lat­est in­stal­ment of the BASHED KIPPER fran­chise.

But there may be a lit­tle prob­lem. Garry’s 2011 con­vic­tion for beast­li­ness in a built- up area could cause prob­lems get­ting a US work per­mit. MAG­IS­TRATES in Chapel-en-le-Frith were faced with a bizarre case last week when BU-TOX lovely HAT­TIE a REEM was up for drink-driv­ing – stolen hearse! The 22-year-old pop­pet – a for­mer star of kids’ TV show JIMMY’S the LIT­TLE HELPERS – has gone off rails since that fling with bad-boy rocker KEITH SMACK. The lat­est run-in with the law came af­ter a night on her favourite Bac­ardi and Tizer cock­tail, I’m told. The case con­tin­ues. BRACE your­self pop- pick­ers – the charts are about to be rocked as TEM­PER­ANCE STREET ac­tress KINSEY HALLIBURT has re­leased her new sin­gle.

Kinsey, NIT DRAFT in the soap, has done a cover of EDDY GRANT’s 1988 anti- apartheid an­them GIVE ME HOPE, JOANNA.

Un­for­tu­nately, the un­worldly ac­tress seems to be­lieve the song is some­thing to do with AB FAB star JOANNA LUMLEY. DOH! DI­VORCE: Hubby Stephen Be­la­fonte

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