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  • Boasting a $230 million fortune, David Beckham is, by far, the wealthiest British footballer.

  • The design for the London 2012 Olympic Stadium has been revealed. Watch the only slightly seizure-inducing video.
  • Want more of Torchwood star John Barrowman‘s song stylings? His website includes sound clips from his new album, Another Side. That calypso version of “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” is a highlight.
  • Barrowman campaigns against homophobic bullying in Britain.(Pink News)
  • The British Comedy Awards have announced their nominations, and the BBC comedy Gavin and Stacey leads with seven nominations. (Watch a clip from the show.) Peep Show‘s David Mitchell, Catherine Tate, and The Graham Norton Show also got nods. Comedy duo Ant ‘n’ Dec were snubbed, however.
  • The Guardian‘s Ryan Gilbey asks, “Which Scott brother is the bigger hack film director: Ridley or Tony?” His post has caused quite the commotion.
  • Wanna really piss Keira Knightley off? Call her “cute.”(Daily Mail)
  • Report: Rhys Ifans has proposed marriage to Sienna Miller through a wacky self-penned poem. Miller’s still mulling it over.(Mirror)
  • Keith Allen‘s son and Ray Winstone‘s daughter “enjoyed a snogging session after a boozy night.”(Mirror)
  • Daniel Radcliffe says his new TV movie My Boy Jack, in which he plays the son of Rudyard Kipling killed in World War I, has “parallels” to the Iraq War.(Guardian)
  • Former What Not To Wear hosts Trinny and Susannah continue their obsession with Britain’s breasts(Daily Mail)
  • In an interview with The Stage, British actress Denise Van Outen (Rent) slams Doctor Who star Billie Piper for criticizing their acting teacher Sylvia Young in her autobiography: “I was a big Billie Piper fan, but in her book she was very negative about Sylvia and the school and I think that is wrong and unfair. If it was not for Sylvia, she would not be where she is. And she really wouldn’t be where she is because she got all her breaks during her schooling years. I think people should always remember that.”
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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.