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Paul McCartney and Heather Mills play nice
August 20th, 2007 under Paul McCartney/Heather Mills. [ Comments: none ]

Daily Mail is saying that Heather Mills is finally putting down her shield around Paul McCartney and after two years the two are finally being civil around each other. Maybe now she will grant him the divorce and get on her with life and out of ours.

Heather Mills wants a second chance with Paul McCartney?
May 26th, 2007 under Paul McCartney/Heather Mills, The View. [ Comments: none ]

According to News of the World she wants to get back with Paul McCartney. A close friend (she has friends?) of hers said, "She said she'd been devastated by the divorce and has become an emotional wreck. Heather doesn't care about the huge load of money coming her way. She'd much rather be happily married than rich and miserable. She said she would gladly give back every penny for another shot at happiness with Paul. She loved being married to him and it was the biggest regret of her life that things became so awful between them that divorce was the only option." Her friend also added, "She wants Bea to grow up with both her parents and is prepared to sacrifice a potential showbiz career for that."

Yeah, I believe she wants to get back with him because she was so happy with him. She realized no one cares about her without him. In fact we have already forgotten about her in the States after she did Dancing with the Stars. And to make matters worse for her wanna be stardom, Barbara Walters disinvited her to guest host on The View because she did not show up for an earlier interview according to the Daily Mirror. I really hope he doesn't take her back.


Heather Mills is delusional
March 22nd, 2007 under Paul McCartney/Heather Mills. [ Comments: none ]

Heather Mills told Larry King that she had more money before she married Paul McCartney than she does now according to IOL. "If I was interested in making money, I'd be more well off than before I was married to Paul. I'm actually less well off. I gave up a lot of opportunities when I got married. I had a much better quality lifestyle and more money before I married." Seriously what did she give up? Posing for how-to-sex books? Wearing fur? Please marrying Paul McCartney gave her a daughter and a better quality of lifestyle like charity organizations actually making her a spokesperson (granted most dropped her after the divorce) and she got to be on Dancing with the Stars. Please would the show have taken if she was never married to McCartney. 


Paul McCartney dumps Capitol Records for Heather Mills.
March 14th, 2007 under Paul McCartney/Heather Mills. [ Comments: none ]

Sir Paul McCartney is dumping the record label he has used for 43 years in a move which will prevent Heather Mills from earning millions from his future recordings. The former Beatle is turning his back on Capital/EMI – who he has been with since the Beatles's first album in 1964 – and is penning a deal with a new label run by coffee makers Starbucks. In recent months, Sir Paul has been offered a £25 million advance for his next four albums from Capital/EMI. Being an advance which is payable immediately, Heather would have been able to stake a claim to half of it as part of their ongoing divorce. Industry sources claim that point was pivotal in Sir Paul's decision to let the deal lapse and refuse to renegotiate with the label so that Heather would not have access to the earnings. The pair are battling it out for McCartney's £825 million fortune after splitting last May. Signing the new deal with Starbucks will also save him some £12.5 million – a half share – of the advance Capital/EMI would have paid out for a four-album deal. Sir Paul is now set to release his new album this autumn with Starbucks. He will be the first artist to sign with US-based coffee chain's new Hear Music record label. A source claimed record executives at Capitol were devastated by the news. "They knew it was coming," the source said. "They did nothing for the Chaos album, and they were reminded that McCartney's entire contract was ending." Sir Paul's departure is especially fascinating because ever since the Beatles joined Capitol, all their albums and all their solo albums have come from the label. Capitol's association with the group since they broke up in 1970 has always been key to the organisation. Sir Paul's Wings albums were with the label, as was John Lennon's Imagine, George Harrison's All Things Must Pass and Ringo Starr's Ringo! Even Sean Lennon has released a Capitol album. But all that may change now that McCartney has flown the coop, according to record industry experts. "Starbucks has proven to be a much more effective seller of CDs and DVDs than record stores, thanks to their amazing retailing and branding," an industry source said. "Starbucks customers have come to regard non-coffee product merchandise as hip and attractive, while record companies have been unable to reach customers at all in recent years."

This is London 

You know Capitol is sh!tting a brick because this will probaly be the end of them. But good for him for screwing Heather out of money she doesn't deserve. Plus Starbucks is a good fit for his recent music.


Paul McCartney and Heather Mills’ first court date.
March 1st, 2007 under Paul McCartney/Heather Mills. [ Comments: 1 ]

Paul McCartney and his estranged wife, Heather Mills McCartney, appeared in London's High Court on Thursday for a preliminary hearing in their divorce case. Mills McCartney, 38, said nothing as she arrived at the courthouse for the closed door session. The 64-year-old former Beatle arrived at the court's backdoor soon after. McCartney whistled and snapped his fingers as he left the building after the two-hour hearing, flashing a peace sign to photographers stationed outside the court's parking lot before being driven off in a waiting car. Mills McCartney left through a backdoor about 30 minutes later.


Sounds like it went better for him. Hopefully the Judge banned her from being on Dancing with the Stars, but I doubt I got that lucky. 


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