Victoria Backs Down Over ‘Posh’ Nickname Battle

Radio 1 reports former Spice Girl has partly backed down over an argument with Peterborough United over the use of the nickname ‘Posh’. The club says that she has changed her position and is not raising any objections to them using the trademark in reference to Peterborough United. However, she is still objecting to the use of the name for certain goods and services.

No More Posh & Becks Fluff On BBC Evening News

The Mail reports BBC newsreader Huw Edwards says he’ll ban stories on former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham and husband David from the evening bulletin when he takes over as anchorman. “The ten o’clock news caters for a different audience,” he sniffed.

Is Posh Going Bald?

The Sunday People reports former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has a shocking bald patch on her head that has many wondering if the stress of the foiled kidnap plot led to the pop star’s thinning hair.

Trichologist Leonora Doclis says, “This picture of Victoria shows an unusual patch on the head which could well be a condition called alopecia areata. If it is this type of baldness it has been caused by stress or trauma. It’s a particularly awful type of hair loss because it’s unexpected and sudden.”

Posh & Becks Are A Generous Couple

Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham tells the Sunday People that she and David like to keep their charity giving out of the headlines. “I don’t like it when celebs make a big thing of charity, so we do it low key,” she said. The couple have given away $800,000 worth. The couple secretly gave Christmas presents worth $40,000 this year.

Victoria Beckham Sports One Of A Kind D&G Outfit

News of the World had photos, since removed, of former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham sporting a Dolce & Gabbana outfit for a Christmas bash thrown by top jeweler Theo Fennell in West London on Friday night. Victoria’s spokesman said, “The dress is priceless because it is strictly a one-off that featured in a recent Dolce & Gabbana show.”

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