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Who David Did Next

by | 19th, April 2004

‘VICTORIA Beckham is on course to realise her ambition to be more famous than Persil Automatic, ironically thanks to her husband’s less than whiter-than-white behaviour.

Wonder what Freud would have made of Sarah MarBECk, ReBECca Loos and now ReBECca Pous?’

According to the Sun, model Sarah Marbeck (Becks Girl No.2) is to follow Rebecca Loos (Becks Girl No.1) onto TV as tonight she gives an interview with Australia’s A Current Affair.

On the programme, for which she has been paid £25,000, she is expected to give evidence of her two-year affair with the England captain and talk about her past as an escort girl.

And with (according to Max Clifford) at least three more women about to come out and admit to having an affair with Beckham, it appears that TV studios around the world are going to be booked out for some months to come.

In fact, we at Anorak are pitching the idea of a serial, provisionally entitled I Slept With David Beckham, on which each week a different guest reveals more of the fallen idol’s sex secrets.

First guest, courtesy of the Star, is Rebecca Pous, a Spanish pop star who is said to have had an encounter with the Real Madrid footballer in a Barcelona hotel.

Spanish TV host Antonio Montero nominated Pous (who is the cousin of actor Benicio Del Toro), adding: “I’m not saying they made love or they didn’t make love.”

But, despite her husband’s manifold infidelities, Victoria Beckham is refusing to move to Madrid to keep a closer eye on him.

The Mirror says she wants her boys to continue at school and nursery in England and also wants to stay close to her parents.

“Victoria has no plans to go over there,” a friend told the paper. “She says she will not be bullied into doing something she does not feel is right for the boys.”

But she is planning to do a TV interview to tell the world that her marriage is rock solid.

“She’s reluctant to pour fuel on the fire, but wants this hurtful saga over and done with,” a source says.

And the chance to get a bit of extra publicity can hardly be a bad thing…’

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