Hot Clicks: Maria Menounos can cheer up depressed Boston fans
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Jimmy is out today and asked me to fill in, which is actually a good thing because he's not here to make fun of me. See, I'm a native Bostonian and last night was the worst sports night since Aaron Boone's moonshot nearly six years ago. In times like these, however, it's best to focus on the positive. So to the city of Boston, here are some random things to be happy about: The weather won't suck for another five months; Manny's steroid problems continue; The Jerry Springer Opera is in town; this awesome Bruins fan will be around longer than most of us; and the many babes who proudly hail from the Bay State. More specifically, Eliza Dushku, Connie Britton, Alicia Witt and the highly underrated Maria Menounos.
If you're an NBA fan watching the playoffs from the sidelines, there's always one thing to be hopeful for -- the draft. So here are mock drafts from The Hoops Doctor, NBADraft.net and Draft Express. For NHL fans, well, nobody really cares that much about the draft, so here's a photo of hockey-loving Elisha Cuthbert, who will try to save the life of her father, Jack Bauer, on Monday night's season finale of 24.
Any gallery with Heidi Klum, Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio and Gisele Bundchen can cheer up the most depressed sports fan. And that's just the first picture!
Billy Ray Cyrus has been booked to perform at a Florida Mullet Festival. ... Everyone's favorite mailman (Cliff Clavin) filed a restraining order against his 45-year-old ex-girlfriend because he's afraid of how she acts under the influence of country music. ... If you're an SNL fan, here is a chart showing which cast members are in the most skits. ... The Preakness seems like it used to be a lot of fun. ... Dennis Miller and Carrot Top make the list of the 10 most hated comedians ... Pregnant belly art is just plain weird.
Maybe this can help Big Papi get back on track.
If you're bored this summer and looking for something fun to do, may we suggest kayaking down a 186-foot waterfall? Or if you want to be safe, just watch this video.
After this 9-year-old rips through a killer version of Crazy Train, he is introduced to Ozzy Osbourne.