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The Glastonbury Diaries Of Pete Doherty And Kate Moss

by | 21st, June 2007

pete-doehrty-kate-moss.jpgIF any further proof were needed that Glastonbury is now just Wembley Stadium with a bigger playing surface, the Star looks at Kate Moss and Pete Doherty’s camp. (Pic: The Spine)

The pair, described as “arty”, are keen to take their bed onto the middle of the acoustic stage. Their plan is to recreate the peace protest staged by Yoko Ono and John Lennon.

Doherty is the popstar who won’t let the lack of a good tune stand in his way. He has the drugs. He has the model lover. And now he wants the protest and the just cause.

A source tells us: “Both he and Kate were frustrated about the G8 talks and started writing some political lyrics.”

For a hint at what these statements may be, the Times looks at “The Pete Doherty Diaries”.

The first instalment is dated 10th February 1999: “Southbound on the Northern Line towards the inaugural Paradigm Poets parade down at the Poetry Palace in Covent Garden.”

Those of you not already banging your hand against a desk, mouthing “twat” or wondering if Doherty is less Lennon than a fourth former at St Custard’s who has found all the rude words in the dictionary and moved onto “paradigm” and alliteration, read on.

At its peak, Doherty’s Diary reads like an advert for Calvin Klein’s newest range of body spray: “Hold me in your arms and I want for nothing… but your sweet scent, your soft, supple body & skin & I in disorder.”

Opium for women and men. Obsession. Smack…



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