Londoner

George Michael

Legal experts say the singer faces three months in prison if convicted of the drugs 'n' driving charge he was hit with on Thursday. It would be the ex-Wham! man's third similar offence.

Natasha Kaplinsky

All change at Five, where their high-paid newsreader -currently on maternity leave - is apparently ready to quit and the broadcaster itself is to change its name to, wait for it, Channel Five.

Naomi Campbell

Diamondgate shines on, with the Streatham-bred supermodel pointing out she has 'no motive here, nothing to gain' from the war crimes case. Unlike others testifying against her, is the implication.

Shark Taggers

With youth unemployment in London at record highs, the government of South Australia has appealed to Britain's 18-30 year olds to flock to their shores to take up a variety of appealing jobs such as shark tagger, koala catcher or kangaroo poo harvester.

Clint Eastwood

He's protested about the government's decision to axe the UK Film Council, which 'was instrumental in our decision to shoot in the UK,' for Clint's next film, Hereafter.

Apple Store, Covent Garden

Big crowds expected at 10am on Saturday for the opening of the computer firm's flagship shop. The 300th link in Apple's world retail chain, it is also the biggest.

The Peckham Terminator

A camp foul mouthed yob captured on video on a bus in south London. The so called Peckham Terminator has become a viral sensation with 244,758 views in the last few days.

Guns N' Roses

London is the Paradise City for the legendary band come October 13. Axl Rose and co. have announced they'll play the O2 that night. Tickets go on sale this Friday, 6 August.

Mischa Barton

The O.C. star is ready to swap LA for London, to be be with new man Ali Love and to act on the West End stage. 'She can't wait to move to London,' a pal told Heat magazine.

Staffordshire Bull Terriers

Poor old Staffies aren't wanted by many London dog owners. Battersea Dog Home reports that the tough-image breed forms the largest part of the 3,000 abandoned pets it put down in 2009.

Carnaval del Pueblo

Europe's biggest Latin American party comes to south London this Sunday, complete with an attempt on the world Salsa dancing record.

Winston Churchill's Chompers

The false teeth that saved the world, by helping Britain's war time leader make those stirring speeches, are up for auction today. Expected to suck in about £5k for the dentist owner.

Procter & Gamble

Deal with the International Olympics Committee (IOC) ensures Procter & Gamble is the 11th global sponsor of the London 2012 Olympics. Other global sponsors for the London Games so far are Acer, Atos Origin, Coca Cola, GE, McDonalds, Omega, Panasonic, Samsung and Visa.

Fake Pound Coins

The Royal Mint admits that there are now 41 million counterfeit pound coins in circulation. With one in every 36 now fake - compared to 1 in 40 last year -they may be forced to reissue the entire denomination.

Orlando Bloom

Married Aussie supermodel Miranda Kerr in a hush-hush ceremony in Los Angeles. The happy couple are set to live in his Hampstead home after their honeymoon.