You were great on dancing with the stars.
You are commenting on how these people don't know Heather and should not speak about her in the fashion they have. However, in the next breath, you are doing the same thing. Calling Joy Behar "an absolutely horrible human being" further perpetuates the exact things you are talking about. Do you know Ms. Behar personally? Perhaps you should think a little harder before your next blog...
I like hearing Heather's point of view. Thank you for sharing. I'll continue to visit your blog.
Anyone should be honored to be in Paul Mc Cartney's prescence.If she indeed were to be milking him for his sheckels,as the media paints it,then shame on her.However this gossip storm around this whole thing draws negative energy around a former Beatle,and if you know anything about their music and lives you would know that this has to stop.Let's keep some things sacred,and allow dignity to still follow the remaining true artists of our time.
Hi, it's Linda again.I just want to let you know that Barbara spoke negatively about Heather last season. Twice. I bring this up because she didn't talk negatively based on Paul and Nancy's relationship.I'm definately on Team Heather, but I wanted to straighten this confusion.
Whooohooo...I just love your videos, and the fact you put them old hags in there place including Perezhilton. Hag #1. I will be here Next week.
i think that when you are attacked by anyone, even Barbara Walters, you should respond. Barbara Walters was very unprofessional in her behavior in attacking Heather on national television.
Listen 99% of the people posting on here have no clue about life or the rich and famous. I do not know Heather or Paul, but the one thing Heather touched on was Pauls lack of giving to charities. I think it is a clear case of someones personality, characteristics and qualities when someone is a tight ass about helping others. Not once can I remember Paul ever giving anything to any charities. That one thing says it all about him as a person.
I think Heather has every right to defend herself against,the media and blog sites. The things they print on the internet, HUNDREDS of people responed with comments, over 50% are filled with hate, and just down right cruel.As for the View, I have stop watching that show along time ago.
Michele Elyzabeth, keep doing your thing. This is way better than the view... I will be back next week.
Oh and as for Paul's charity contributions or lack of.... there are a lot of people in the entertainment business who quietly give to charities and funds and want no publicity they don't tumpyet "look at me" they just do it.The only thing Paul has been visible about supporting and setting up was the School of Performing Arts in Liverpool - but it would be hard not to be visible over THAT!
I can't believe some of the insults I am reading on this page. How many of us personally know either Heather or Paul? I'll guess next to no one. Yet, we seem to have the need to critique someone else's life in a very undignitfied way. Let's all just sweep our own doorsteps off. In the big scheme of things, it's just two people going through a divorce. The one I feel sorry for is their daughter, who might have to read all this crap one day that is being said about her mother and father. What is the need for people to stoop so low?
You know what, people have made up an opinion about her and I don't think at this point that there is anything that Heather could say or do that will change that; It will just attract more negative to her and annul all the good that she is actually doing. What can I say, some people are very close minded and if they have an opinion of someone, there is nothing that the person could do to change that. For example, she could rescue someone from a burning building and they would still say she is showing off ect.In my opinion, I also think that people 'trash' her because they want the ratings of their show or website, by trashing her they will attrack more people.
Dear anonymous - Paul gave $2 million to tsunami relief and $2 million to adopt a minefield. Plus, has many other charities he supports. See a list here http://www.looktothestars.org/celebrity/176-paul-mccartneyHe was named one of Forbes magazine's top ten charitable celebrities.
It takes courage and integrity to stand up for someone who is facing such a tabloid frenzy when you know differently about them from personal experience. I feel like a lone voice in the wilderness myself considering the vociferousness of the baseless negative commentors on here, none of whom know Ms. Mills personally. Let me just say that there are two sides to every coin.
How guttural and tacky so many of these comments are.Like it or not, this is what being a publicist is about and don't think for a second that any of the stars you watch don't have people working for them who have to play this game and communicate with.How about Paul locking Heather out their StJohn's Wood home? Or being such a baby about three bottles of Ecover cleaning solution.Yes he's a great artist and has brought joy to the world but he's no kindly saint and should have been more protective of his soon to be ex-wife and daughter.Stella's supposed necklace design is nasty, classless and not surprising seeing her best friend is Madonna, another vulgar and vindictive fashion Nazi.Wow, I wonder why Stella McCartney has done so well as designer? Perhaps her next beaded geegaw can feature a homage to rabid nepotism.Don't kid yourself, Macca can be a huge a*shole, you don't get to be the richest rock star in history by being a "nice guy."
I don't think much of 'etheyer' but I love, love, love the fake accent dahling.
Michele, keep up the good work! Bijou looks like such a sweet dog!I am a big Beatles' fans, so of course, I have a lot of respect for Paul. I don't understand why Paul's fans seem hate Heather so much. I think she's fabulous! Paul must have seen something great in her to fall in love. Even though their marriage didn't work out, I don't think that makes either one a horrible person.I'm a pretty good guy, but I'm sure my ex-wife has a few unflattering things to say about me. And vice versa. Divorce is an ugly thing. People get hurt and lash out at each other. Usually this happens to most couples without much fanfare. If you're Paul & Heather, it's frontpage news. I feel badly for both of them. It's not an easy time. I feel especially bad for their daughter. Divorce is always hard on kids. My parents divorced when i was young, and it was very difficult.We Americans don't seem to have as much anger toward Heather as the British do. Maybe she and her daughter should move here! :)
I have to say, up to this moment I never really cared for Heather Mills or Sir Paul .. however.. This has changed my mind a bit.. and yes. I do understand what Michele E. is trying to do. Wish Heather the best.
I would start off by saying that it takes two to tango. I thought that this marriage was a mistake from the get-go. It seemed like one minute Paul was saying he would never marry again and then boom, he's engaged. I didn't believe that he would never marry again but I thought it happened way too quickly, and that he assumed he could have a marriage pretty much like the one he had before. I also thought he should find someone a bit closer to his age with a similar energy level. They were at different points in their lives and maybe should have just been friends.I will admit that Paul was never my favorite Beatle, so maybe I'm prejudiced but I can remember a few things from the late 1960s about him that left a sour taste in my mouth, even at the time, although I was as disappointed as anyone that they broke up. I liked Let It Be and Hey Jude, and thought he sang Long Tall Sally great, but always liked stuff John and George did much better, especially after the band broke up. Yes, he was the 'cute one' when he was young but John had much more class and intelligence. But, to be fair, John must have seen something in him because he did ask him to join his band.I always sensed that he was somewhat square and stubborn. When the engagement to Jane Asher broke up, it was said that it was because he didn't want her to continue with her acting career, which seemed out of character and sexist for a supposedly 'modern rock and roll person'. I guess I always thought they were supposed to be 'trendsetters' and promoted change or maybe that was just my personal impression. And then he was critical of Yoko spending time in the studio, yet he did exactly the same thing himself with Linda.And then there was the issue of who was going to be one of their new representatives- don't remember what the position was-manager, lawyer- but think that the other 3 Beatles wanted Allen Klein and Paul wanted someone from Linda's family- which was shortly before the band broke up. It didn't seem very democratic of him-I mean it was 3 against one but apparently he never heard of 'majority rules'. I remember the questions regarding 'Who Broke Up the Beatles?' While I always thought it was inevitable that they broke up, that the Beatles was more like an 'apprenticeship' albeit a very successful one,that if anyone WAS to blame for the breakup it would be Paul, not any of the wives, because of his stubborn attitude regarding the Allen Klein/Lee Eastman situation.After this incident I figured he must have been a difficult person to work with.Was Heather aware of these things in his past? If so, did he justify them to her?If it is true that he pursued Heather the way he is said to, I honestly can't blame her for marrying him but I really don't think these 2 people really knew each other. She apparently was expecting a more active social life, parties, etc. while he was more of a homebody. But I will say that it wouldn't surprise me if, as she has said, he behaved differently while they were 'courting' than he did after they were married. I would say that any couple who is considering tying the knot should really discuss in some detail what they think a typical day, or week would be like after marriage and not assume anything or that 'love conquers all'.I don't think that Paul should be pressured into giving to charity- that should be up to him. While traditionally marriage meant that 'what's mine is yours' I honestly don't believe this really holds true so much anymore. And of course now there are many more divorces than there were a few deacdes ago.I personally cannot stand 'The View'- I much prefer 'The Price Is Right'which is on at the same time! It is nothing but a bunch of catty women trying to get attention but I guess that's considered 'entertainment' these days which supposedly 'sells' and of course that is what the sponsors/advertisers want. It reminds me a lot of the same crap that goes on in the workplace and let's face it- unfortunately people dig dirt and love to believe negative gossip about people- in fact I recently read about a study or survey which said as much and that even if a rumor or hearsay is obviously, undeniably untrue, people choose to believe it or at least behave as if they do because they enjoy it so much! And this is certainly true in my place of work- and I very much believe her when she mentions the insensitive comments having been made about her disabilty by Paul and Stella- people have no problem exploiting someone's disability or chronic illness- compassion apparently is out-dated.I always wish people who are so mean would end up with such a condition themselves- and eventually some of them will! I have a hard time believing Barbara Walters is the same person I watched on the 'Today Show' back in the 1960s with Hugh Downs- she has sunk to rock bottom. She is so phony when she does celebrity interviews- acting 'shocked' over basically nothing like she's trying to sensationalize things but then again it's all about ratings and money. I did not actually see the attacks on Heather but it sounds pretty childish and insensitive- kind of reminds me of how I used to feel when Joan Rivers ridiculed Elizabeth Taylor for being overweight- even if it was in jest-but then look at Joan Rivers now! Looks like a clown! Is there justice eventually?As far as Heather speaking out, it is difficult to say whether this will help or hurt. I think it would be hard to stay quiet when so many negative things have been said about her and of course she is up against a powerful opponent. I too would have a hard time agreeing to a gag order as part of a settlement- I believe in freedom of speech and don't think anyone should be expected to sign that privilege away unless maybe it was an issue of National Security or something like that! And even if she did agree, would Paul's camp do the same? It seems that they were the ones who started the mud-slinging. I also wish that Stella would butt out- I understand her concern for her 'elderly' father but I think her interference only makes the whole situation more tense which does not help- this ultimately is between Heather and Paul and I hope they can come to a satisfactory agreement so they can get on with their lives soon and hopefully stop giving sleezy talk shows like 'The View' easy material!And of course, they really need to remember their daughter. If Paul is not providing the proper protection when she is with her mother, then he definitely has sank to a very low level and makes all his 'love and peace' talk of the past seem like a big joke on the general public. But then again, just like with 'The View'- maybe it was really only a publicity stunt aimed at bringing in the dough!
Thank you for helping Heather in the pr wars. That attack on Stella for not giving more than 10% was just brilliant. Can you imagine? A billionaires wife only getting 10% on her purchases? That's highway robbery. How could anyone live like that? And how generous of Heather giving up her fees to charity instead of feeding herself since she has no income. Amazing woman.
Thank you! I really respect Heather and am so tired of all the sad nonesense she must endure. Please let Heather know she has support.
It's about time somebody said something about the gals on the View. Sock it to 'em!
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