Heather Mills has burned through nearly half her divorce settlement. Heather Mills fought tooth and nail for the £24.3 million she was awarded in her divorce from Paul McCartney. After the nasty divorce, where Mills said she needed more money to properly raise the couple’s daughter, Beatrice, Heather appeared pleased with the settlement. But $50 million doesn’t go as far as one would think when Heather Mills is spending it.  — Celebitchy

Beyonce, sorry,”Sasha Fierce” is an idiot. When we first met Beyonce lo these many years, she was pretty and charming and seemed genuinely likable. It was a love affair that would seemingly go on forever. In reality, it’s going to end, right now, as you read this next sentence. The R&B singer has christened herself “Sasha Fierce” for her new double album, “I Am … Sasha Fierce,” due in stores on Nov. 18, and has released a lengthy justification for the comical moniker. “I have someone else that takes over when it’s time for me to work and when I’m on stage, this alter ego that I’ve created that kind of protects me and who I really am,” she said in a statement. — What would Tyler Durden do

Marcia Hines is furious about Richard E. Grant’s bleak career predictions for Idol contestants. Uh-oh! The Marcia God is laying the smackdown on My Fair Lady actor Richard E. Grant, who you’ll remember made some rather sobering and depressing predictions about the future careers of our current crop of Australian Idols (well, sobering and depressing unless some of our Idols actually desire to work in the food industry, specifically the production of fried chicken). — Defamer

Lindsay & Sam: Matching tattoos now; marriage by the end of the year? “I’m really happy,” Lindsay Lohan tells Marie Claire. She and Sam Ronson have matching tattoos. “Samantha has a bunch of stars, so I got that,” LL says. Then, pointing to a little heart, she says, “she got this.” And! She is looking to buy a home “with someone.”Jezebel

Harrison Ford voted President. In a result that should surprise no-one, Harrison Ford has been voted the movie star most Americans would vote for as President of the United States. — Perez Hilton

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