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Updated Feb 12, 2013 - 8:39 am

DISH: Beyonce considers life out of the spotlight!

Beyonce poses backstage with the award for best traditional R&B performance for "Love on Top" at the 55th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, in Los Angeles.

Beyonce is considering early retirement so she can dedicate her time to becoming a great mom.

The singer, who announced plans for a new world tour earlier this month, tells Vogue Magazine she might not be around much longer, and is planning a life after show business:

"I don't feel like I have to please anyone. I feel free. I feel like I'm an adult. I'm grown. I can do what I want. I can say what I want. I can retire if I want. That's why I've worked hard. At some point it's very important to me that my daughter is able to experience life and run through the sprinklers and have slumber parties and trust and live and do all the things that any child should be able to do. School visits and lemonade stands and all that stuff. It's very important for me."

Alicia Keys caught tweeting from an iPhone.

Alicia Keys was caught tweeting from an iPhone. Normally a celeb on an iPhone wouldn't be a big deal but Alicia is a Creative Director for BlackBerry. Whoops.

When she got the gig at BlackBerry's big launch event last month, Alicia spoke at length about how she gave up her iPhone in favor of the new BlackBerry Z10.

After tech blogs picked up on her tweet, she posted a followup saying her account was hacked. Right.

The original tweet has since been deleted.

Taylor Swift gets Twitter death threats after Grammys!

Furious One Direction fans hurled death threats at Taylor Swift on Twitter after her performance of "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" at Sunday's Grammy Awards.

The harsh threats continued to roll in well into late Monday. The angry fans think Taylor mocked her ex-boyfriend, 19-year-old One Direction member and British heartthrob Harry Styles during her Grammy set.

The 23-year-old rewrote the lyrics to the song and at one point noticeably sang in a fake British accent.

Is Lindsay Lohan opening a high-end Mexican Restaurant?

Over the course of her 26 years on Earth, Lindsay Lohan has learned that she is bad at many things. She is bad at not breaking the law. She is bad at managing her temper. She is bad at Liz Taylor.

So maybe it's time for Lindsay Lohan to find something she's good at. Maybe it's time for Lindsay Lohan to open a "high-end Mexican restaurant" in Tribeca, New York City.

A source says Lindsay Lohan has been spotted twice at a soon-to-be vacated commercial space in Tribeca. A tipster reported that Lohan was wandering around the place, talking about where she'd like to put a bar and where she'd like to put a DJ booth.

The building is said to be the future home of "a high-end Mexican restaurant."

Sharon Osbourne candles are banned at the Osbourne house.

Don't even think about lighting a candle inside the Osbourne house because Sharon Osbourne says she's completely banned open flames from her home after an unattended candle nearly burned the place down last month.

Sharon forgot to put out the candle before going to sleep one night and the fire spread. Thanks to the Beverly Hills Fire Department the damage was minimal.

Sandra bullock to go evil for Despicable Me spinoff.

Sandra Bullock has signed on to voice the lead villain of Minions, the Despicable Me spinoff centered around the adorable little henchmen.

Don Johnson settles Nash Bridges lawsuit for $19 million!

Don Johnson is $19 million richer. The Nash Bridges star has settled a lawsuit he filed against Rysher Entertainment, which co-produced the series, claiming he was owed millions of dollars in profits from the show.

Johnson sued Rysher, saying that his contract with the company stipulated that he was entitled to half of the show's earnings if it aired more than 66 episodes.

Nash Bridges aired 122 episodes when it was on the air from 1996 to 2001. Rysher maintained that, after production and distribution costs, the show did not actually turn a profit. A jury disagreed.

A jury awarded Johnson $23.2 million, and then, the judge awarded interest, ballooning the total award to $50 million.

In October, a California appellate court said that the trial judge was right to throw the ambiguities of Johnson's contract to a trial, but also trimmed the $50 million down to $15 million because of a finding that both the judge and jury had improperly determined prejudgment interest.

The case could have been appealed further. Instead, the dispute appears to have been solved. Rysher will now be getting some money back since it deposited nearly $44 million in January, 2011 with the Los Angeles County Treasurer to stay enforcement of the trial award pending appeal.

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