Scoop! Intruders film break-in of McCartney’s estate

Sir Paul McCartney needs to tighten up his security.

Two trespassers managed to bust into the ex-Beatle’s 933-acre estate at Peasmarsh, East Sussex, and filmed themselves wandering around the grounds and even walking up to his front door. The intruders posted the footage with commentary on — what else? — YouTube.

“This is it. This is his house,” a woman’s voice can be heard saying in the footage. “It’s a beautiful house. It’s beautiful. Oh, God, we are going to be in so much trouble.”

McCartney, who is going through a less-than-amicable divorce from Heather Mills, was furious that people could so easily get on his property.

“[McCartney] is livid,” a source told the Daily Mirror. “He is supposed to have tight security to protect him and his family but this pair walked straight in. It’s lucky they were harmless.”

Lucky, indeed. In 1999, George Harrison was stabbed in his Oxfordshire mansion after schizophrenic Michael Abram broke in. In 1980, John Lennnon was shot dead by Mark Chapman in New York. Interesting side note: Crazy Beatle fans seem to stay away from Ringo Starr.

Victoria’s naked truth

Victoria Beckham might look great in designer duds, but she’s doesn’t look so hot without them.

The artist formerly known as Posh Spice says giving birth to three children has taken its toll on her body … just like it would on a normal woman. Imagine that.

“I’ve got so much saggy skin on my stomach,” Mrs. David Beckham told Harper’s Bazaar. “I might fit into jeans, but trust me, I look really awful naked.”

Of course, Victoria’s body doesn’t look saggy in recent print ads for her and David’s fragrance line, “Intimately Beckham,” but Victoria says the body in those photos is due to the magic of retouching … just like her voice on those Spice Girls albums.

Won’t someone pay attention to me?

Prepare to feel unclean.

ClubRightLight.com (the company behind the infamous “One Night in Paris”) has signed on to distribute Dustin “Screech” Diamond’s naughty sex tape.

The former “Saved by the Bell” star says he didn’t want the film, in which he gets intimate with two young “ladies,” to get out, yet he’s signed up for appearances on “The Howard Stern Show” and MSNBC to talk about it.

All work and no play makes Kirsten single

Kirsten Dunst says busy work schedules are what busted up her two-year relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal.

“We tried to be honest with each other and work it out but it is hard to have a relationship in this business,” the 24-year-old actress said, according to Life & Style Extra.

Dunst, who is making the PR rounds promoting “Marie Antoinette,” said she has to respect a man professionally in order to be attracted to him physically.

“I am impressed by people that are really good at what they do,” Dunst said. “When someone is talented, that makes them sexy. That’s what beauty is to me.”

Oh, sorry, Screech. This means you haven’t got a shot with Dunst.

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