The Onion, the satirical publication that bills itself as "America's Finest News Source," has offered several explanations for why GUNS N' ROSES' long-awaited new album, "Chinese Democracy", has yet to see the light if day. Check it out at this location.In other "news," Vidspot — which claims to be "the world's first site dedicated to the creation, presentation, and sharing of video clips and films made ONLY by camera phones" — has released what a video clip that purportedly depicts the alleged fight between GUNS N' ROSES mainman Axl Rose and fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger at a New York City club last month. Watch it at YouTube.com.
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