Troubled rocker Ronnie Wood's return to rehab has cast doubt on a children's book the ROLLING STONE was writing with British comedian Noel Fielding.
The Mighty Boosh star Fielding had teamed up with Wood for an updated version of the 1963 children's story Where The Wild Things Are.
But after Wood entered rehab last week (16Jul08) for the second time in a month, Fielding has reportedly been forced to shelve the project.
A source tells British newspaper The Sun, "Noel's been pulling his hair out as he really wants to finish their work together, but he admits it's looking likely they'll have to shelve that section of the book.
"Ronnie and Noel had been motoring along quite happily. They've come up with some fantastic illustrations and the project was well on course to being a major part of the book.
"But with Ronnie back on the booze and shacked up out of the country, he is uncontactable and deadlines are looming."
Wood was rumoured to have left his wife, Jo, for Russian waitress Ekaterina Ivanova, reportedly whisking the 20-year-old away on a romantic trip to Ireland earlier this month (Jul08).
News of the alleged subsequently forced the guitarist into rehab to tackle his drinking problem.
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