The late editions of the papers change their main stories to reflect the death of pop legend Michael Jackson.
Guardian says he died just weeks before he hoped to resurrect his four-decade long career
with a series of sold-out shows in London.
Daily Telegraph says Jackson was widely credited with revolutionising pop music
but his career was tainted with allegations of child abuse.
Times calls him perhaps the the most famous pop star of modern times.
Influential and infamous
Sun says Michael Jackson promised fans his concerts at London's O2 arena would be his "final curtain call".
But his death "meant he never got the chance to sign off his astounding career with a bang", it continues.
A huge crowd of mourning fans began to congregate
outside the hospital where he died, reports the Daily Mirror.
Independent says Jackson emerged from childhood stardom
to become one of the most influential and infamous celebrities of modern times.
Hours before Michael Jackson's death, the life of another icon of 20th Century culture, Farrah Fawcett, also ended in a Los Angeles hospital.
Daily Mirror says her luxurious tresses and blinding smile
helped redefine sex appeal in the 1970s.
Daily Mail reprints the picture of Farrah Fawcett
in a red swimsuit that graced millions of bedroom walls.
The Charlie's Angels actress also
found acclaim later in her career during the 1980s, says the Guardian.
Gordon Brown sets out what the
Times calls his strategy for Labour survival
in an interview with the paper.
The Times says he is staking it on a swift return to economic growth and giving people more power over their public services.
Daily Telegraph says the BBC faced calls to cut the pay of senior bosses
after their details were released.
It says the figures showed 47 of them earned £190,000 or more - and compares that with Mr Brown's £194,250 salary.