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In This Week's New Idea

In This Week's New Idea

Cover Story: MADONNA'S FAMILY CRISIS

On Sale 14 July, 2008

COVER STORY: MADONNA'S FAMILY CRISIS

As details emerge of a secret relationship between Madonna and New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez, there is one party the Material Girl desperately wants to protect from the scandal - her three young children. But is banning them from TV, newspapers and magazines a misguided bid when the family is about to be split apart?

KELVIN CRUICKSHANK: THE HORRORS OF SENSING MURDER

Contacting people who have passed over can be a harrowing experience for psychic Kelvin Cruickshank. He tells New Idea how the reading on this week's Sensing Murder was one of the most horrific yet - and how he has to ensure he doesn't hold on to the spirit's emotions or it would mean his own downfall.

SHOCK VERDICT: TOO FAT TO MODEL

She has a figure most women would die for, and few men would argue with that. Yet Czech model Karolina Kurkova has been told by critics she is too fat to be a catwalk queen. Is this attitude encouraging young girls to have eating disorders? Or are fashion designers to blame?

SURPRISE WEDDINGS

Troubled singer Olivia Newton-John has surprised friends by marrying a herbal tycoon in a secret ceremony. Olivia and her beau John Easterling revealed their wedding plans after inviting friends to what they thought was going to be a barbecue. It is a happy ending for Olivia whose former partner disappeared in a possible suicide bid in 2005.

Plus:

KIDS' PARTY SPECIAL: TIPS AND TREATS TO HOST FUN PARTIES ON A BUDGET

ADVICE: HOW TO REDUCE YOUR POWER BILL THIS WINTER

FOOD: PRIMO PASTA DISHES


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