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Madonna granted divorce in London

Pop star Madonna and husband Guy Ritchie have been granted a divorce at the High Court in London.
The decree nisi was granted just a month after the couple, who have three children, declared their eight-year marriage was over.
A sworn statement released by the court showed the pop star petitioned for divorce on the grounds of Ritchie's unreasonable behaviour.
Neither Madonna, 50, nor her film-maker husband, 40, were in court on Friday.
Madonna also said in the statement that the couple had not been living at the same address for the six months before the date of the petition. The document was signed in Beverly Hills.
The case was listed before District Judge Reid alongside 16 others 'for pronouncement of decree or order under the special procedure rule'.
Friday's hearing lasted six minutes, with the judge granting decrees to a total of 17 couples.
If there are no disputes, a decree nisi can become a decree absolute within weeks, legally ending the marriage.

From BBC News

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bristar

I'll bet A-Rod's pleased... ;-)

daniel

love the idea that she is single againg!!!

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