The Mail Online has covered the fascinating scoop story of Karen Gillan out and about and how she spectacularly… dropped her phone in the road.
Gillan was spotted on her phone when she saw a friend and went over to speak to her but dropped her phone in the excitement. Wow, with news like that-who needs to know about whatâ€™s happening in the rest of the world? Â It seems to be that papers now cover a lot of â€œHeat Magazineâ€ articles more and more these days with half the information they print being virtually worthless.
The conjecture and hearsay that this article brings along with it is fairly harmless and may have an element of truth to it, such as:
â€œGillan is set to begin filming her second series as the doctor’s assistant Amy Pond, but is unsure if she’ll be invited back for a third.
She said recently: ‘Who knows? I’m just taking it series by series and I’m just having fun. So, I don’t know. I have no idea.’
But when all is said and done, do we really need to delve this deeply into an actorsâ€™ life?
A little while back, another newspaper revealed candid details of former Doctor Who Executive Producer Julie Gardnerâ€™s purchase of home-including facts on pricing, location and even the name of the agent who sold it to her!
How far is too far in your opinion? Is this all harmless or should the press stick to proper reporting?