Condoleezza Rice When you're the single and attractive US secretary of state, you're bound to pick up groupies. But Condoleezza Rice was probably alarmed about Muammar Gaddafi's obsession with her. His admiration for his 'darling black African woman' was no secret - but the rebels found a 'bizarre and deeply creepy' photo album in Gaddafi's compound stocked with Rice's face on every page. Richard Branson British tycoon Richard Branson has seen his luxury Great House on the British Virgin Island of Necker burned to the ground after it was struck by lightning. Although the Virgin Group boss was staying in a separate house nearby, Oscar-winner Kate Winslet had to rescue Branson's 90-year-old mother. The billionaire, 60, said, jokingly, that Winslet 'was wondering when a director was going to shout, 'CUT!'' He bought the island in the 1980s. Nicholas Tse Ting-fung and Cecilia Cheung Pak-chi Celebrities Nicholas Tse Ting-fung and Cecilia Cheung Pak-chi officially announced they were divorcing after months of speculation that their five-year marriage was on the brink of collapse. The golden couple said they would share custody of their sons, Lucas, four, and Quintus, one, but did not disclose how their assets would be divided.