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Guy Ritchie accuses Madonna of ‘spying’ on him – Daily Gossip

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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:

Guy Ritchie supposedly believes Madonna is spying on him following their break-up, utilising her staff to keep tabs on his every move. “This is a divorce, not the Cold War!” he is quoted as saying (The Sun).

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From the papers:

Lily Allen DJ-ed at the new Gatecrasher club in Birmingham (Daily Record.

Yoko Ono sported a trilby hat while strolling in Belsize Park, north London (Daily Star).

Eminem has revealed that he came up with the name of his alter ego, Slim Shady, while sitting on the toilet (BBC Radio 1).

Jack Osbourne hung out with an enormous amount of scantily-clad women at a Guns N’ Roses party in Hollywood (Daily Star).

Boyzone‘s Shane Lynch has apologised for getting pissed at the MTV Awards in Dublin in 2000, where he ended up slapping P Diddy (Daily Star).

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Britney Spears is supposedly planning to move back to her native Louisiana with her kids, if she can get full custody of them (Daily Mirror).

Chester French‘s Max Drummey‘s marriage to Peaches Geldof could be in trouble – Geldof has said that she can’t see it lasting forever (Heat).

Former Spice Girl Mel B and husband Stephen Belafonte collected 11 pieces of luggage when they flew to Los Angeles. They were on the same flight as Eddie Izzard (Daily Mirror).

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