The glad tidings are that workmen have finished refurbishing the newly extended family flat over three floors above Numbers 10 and 11 Downing Street.The less happy news is that the state-of-the-art new stainless-steel kitchen doesn't fit, and neither do the carpets.The company in question, based in Spain, is Woodman Entertainment, founded by fashion photographer- turned-pornographer Pierre Woodman, the creator of more than 60 X-rated films, who claims to have bedded more than 3,500 women.Hanson, who once dated model Sophie Anderton, herself exposed as an escort girl by a tabloid newspaper, tells me: 'I am talking to my lawyers and I am not allowed to say anything.It's pretty much explored every aspect of the trials and tribulations of high school from peer pressure to drugs to teenage pregnancy and sexuality.It even faced the wrath of thousands of parents after a recent episode featuring Britney Spears was deemed unsuitable for its young audience.
As Santana kisses her neck, Brittany sighs: 'Oh, sweet lady kisses', before Santana smiles and says: 'It's a nice break from all that scissoring', referring to a lesbian sexual position.
The episode, which won't air in the UK until early next year, is called Duets and sees members of the William Mc Kinley High School show choir pair up to perform a duet.
Something which brings Brittany and Santana's make-out session to an abrupt end after Brittany suggests they sing Melissa Etheridge's Come To My Window, in reference to the lesbian singer's song about her sexual orientation and activism.
Charles Thomson, co-founder of the Stuckist movement, who are exhibiting it at the Artspace gallery in Maddox street, claims that the gallery removed the work by artist Paul Harvey from the window display for being 'too controversial'.
What's more the Stuckists, who campaign for figurative painting and hate conceptual artists such as Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst, assert that the exhibition has also been cut short by a week and are considering taking legal action.