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Police called to Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood's home - Daily Gossip
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Police were called to the London home of Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood early on Monday morning (September 14) after he had a blazing row with girlfriend Ekaterina Ivanova. The couple got in a slanging match after having a party at their house in north London and neighbours were so worried that they alerted police, who turned up at roughly 2.30am (BST). Before police managed to calm the couple down, Ivanova was allegedly heard screaming, "I'm going to kill myself. You are going to find me dead," while Wood retaliated by saying, "Fuck off home, you slut," a source states. No arrests were made (Daily Mirror).

From the papers:

The Saturdays' Rochelle Wiseman called Kanye West "an animal" after his outburst at the MTV VMAs on Sunday (September 13) (Daily Star).

Madonna says she's "very flattered" to be compared to Lady Gaga (The Sun).

Kate Moss is set to perform a karaoke version of Lily Allen's 'Not Fair' at Simon Cowell's birthday party on October 7. She's been rehearsing the track with Allen herself (Daily Star).

Former Mayor Of London Ken Livingstone has enlisted Jarvis Cocker and Fatboy Slim to write in a special edition of New Statesman he is guest editing (New Statesman).

Robbie Williams says he's thinking about moving to Australia (The Sun).

In other Robbie Williams news, the singer's 73-year-old dad is set to appear in a panto version of 'Dick Whittington' alongside his friend Jonathan Wilkes (Daily Star).

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