October 7, 2008 10:40

Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood 'blowing £10k a week to spite his wife' - Daily Gossip

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Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood 'blowing £10k a week to spite his wife' - Daily Gossip
Welcome to the Daily Gossip: your daily stop-off to find out who in the world of music has been up to what.

Today's top gossip:

The Rolling Stones' guitarist Ronnie Wood is blowing £10,000 of his fortune a week to 'spite' his wife.
Wood, who has apparently been having "romantic trysts" with Russian model Ekaterina Ivanova, has been spending the cash on antiques and 'fast living'. The divorce settlement between Wood and his estranged wife Jo has been rumoured to be worth up to £10 million. A source said: "She [Jo] is at the end of her tether with him, worried that soon he will have nothing left. She believes he is spending her money to spite her" (The Sun).

From the papers:

Kaiser Chiefs turned up to the Q Awards in sunglasses and admitted they had "opened a can of worms" in their war of words with Oasis (The Sun).

Ricky Wilson later "gawped" at Tom Jones' tan (Daily Mirror).

The Who frontman Roger Daltrey admitted it was "great coming for a day out" at the awards (The Sun).

Coldplay singer Chris Martin said he wanted to get into Girls Aloud's underwear during his acceptance speech for Best Album (Daily Star).

Meat Loaf was rushed to hospital after suffering a "vertigo attack" at the ceremony (Daily Mirror).

The Last Shadow Puppets man Alex Turner had to collect his Best New Act gong on his own after bandmate Miles Kane was held up on a train (Daily Mirror).

Travis singer Fran Healy has admittedly he is partial to illegal downloading. "I download music illegally but I will then go out and buy the album if it meets my standards," he says. "I need to have heard three good songs and no shit before I make a purchase. That's my rule," he said (Contactmusic).

Britney Spears went go-karting at Anaheim (Daily Record).

Morrissey is apparently flying in to watch Millwall take on Leeds this weekend (October 11). He is known to be friends with the London team's coach Joe Gallen {Daily Telegraph).

Spice Girl Mel B posed in LA in purple underwear as the new face of Ultimo (The Sun).

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