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DENISE VAN OUTEN Newlywed TV presenter and actress denise Van Outen, 35, lives in Hampstead with her husband, former Joseph star lee Mead, 27. North London or south London? I lived in Islington for 10 years and now Im in Hampstead, so I have to say north London. I know it and its where all my friends are. Chips or salad? Salad in the summer and chips with ketchup in the winter. Black cab or Tube? Tube because with an Oyster card its cheaper and quicker, although if its rush hour I take a cab -- it gets too hot and sweaty down there. Peaches or Paris? I like Paris because she can laugh at herself. Peaches is too serious. BBC Breakfast or GMTV? GMTV because my friend Ben Shephard presents it and hes lovely. Cheryl Cole or Dannii Minogue? Cheryl. I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro to raise cash for Comic Relief with her and she was a very nice lady. Basildon or Benidorm? Basildon is where my heart is and where Im from. My family still live there and when I get time off work I try and visit. Katie or Peter? I prefer Peter Andre, right. I think hes a nice man and a lovely father. Denise Van Outen works with Alliance & Leicesters Premier 21 Master Class. See prem21.co.uk JUlie cross HeatHer Mills has used part of her 24.3m divorce pay-out from sir Paul McCartney to buy a vegan food firm. the ex-model bought redwood Whole- food Company for an undisclosed sum. Mills, 41, will be competing with a meatless meals line launched by sir Pauls late wife linda McCartney. the former Beatle divorced Mills last year. TV reAlITy star and ex-england cricketer Darren Gough has become the latest celebrity to be caught up in a suspected 80m Bernie Madoff-style scam. The retired fast bowler and his family are thought to have lost almost 1m after apparently being conned by a sophisticated fraud gang. Gough, who sprang to non-sports fame after win- ning Strictly Come Dancing in 2005, is among sev- eral celebrities swindled in the alleged Ponzi get-rich-quick scheme. They include a household name Sixties pop star. yesterday it was revealed england batsman Kevin Pietersen was approached to invest but turned down the offer. Gough is said to be devastated after learning his money had disappeared. Sources close to the 38-year-old said he had invested a large sum of money just weeks before the Financial Services Authority launched its investigation. The family of Goughs former wife Anna has also reportedly lost hundreds of thousands of pounds in the scheme. A member of Goughs family confirmed he and brother-in-law Paul Kratovil, 42, were said to be among those hit. The Ponzi pyramid scheme could be similar to that of jailed Wall Street broker Bernard Madoff. Police think victims were promised returns of up to 13 per cent a month. 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