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Sienna Miller in tears


Sienna in tears
Sienna Miller left London?s Groucho Club in a flood of tears last week, but don?t worry ? she and Jude Law aren?t having problems. She discovered she has lost another diamond from her antique engagement ring. “Someone at the club asked her if they could see her engagement ring. But she was really upset and said that one of the diamonds had disappeared. She asked if it was normal for that to happen so often.” This is the second diamond that has disappeared from the ring, and it?s understandable that poor Sienna is so devastated and quite reluctant to wear her ring. Fortunately, fianc?e Jude was there to cheer her up. It was karaoke night and the star of Alfie was up on stage belting out old rock classics for nearly an hour. According to onlookers, ?He got really into it and was very good?. Sienna even managed to dry her tears and sing a few numbers, including David Bowie’s Heroes and Get Off Of My Cloud by the Rolling Stones.

Sharon?s basic instinct
Sharon Stone had wait staff at London?s exclusive Wolseley restaurant all confused last week. It wasn?t her diva requests or peculiar eating requirements: the 47-year-old star spent the evening playing chess rather than eating her meal. An onlooker revealed, “It was extraordinary. She sat down with a female pal and then took out a chessboard from her bag and plonked it on the table… They looked deadly serious about the game. The waiters had a bit of trouble fitting the food on the table as Sharon wouldn’t stop the game so they had to balance the plates around the board.” Those crazy celebrities!

Rowan Atkinson in school play
Mr Bean star Rowan Atkinson has agreed to appear in a school production of the stage musical Oliver. The British comedian will appear in his son, Benjamin?s school play and will perform the role of Fagan, a ruthless pickpocket. It will take two weeks for the actor to rehearse for the production, and needless to say, the school is looking forward to the famous actor?s performance. “It’s an extraordinary coup for the school. Whenever it puts on Oliver!, teachers take on the adult parts while the boys play the younger roles. This format will remain the same, but with Rowan stepping in as Fagin.” That?s one school play no one will want to miss!