Hot Clicks: Mike Modano-Willa Ford divorcing; Jessica Cribbon
Willa Ford, Mike Modano :: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
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In today's A.M. Hot Clicks, we told you about a WAG entering the sports world. Sadly, this edition starts with news of a WAG leaving the sports world. Mike Modano, who owns NHL records for goals and points for a U.S.-born player, and actress/singer Willa Ford announced this afternoon that they are divorcing after five years of marriage.
Hot Clicks Fully Supports ThisLongtime readers of this column know that we love touchdown dances. The more outrageous the better. Now, you have a chance to influence one NFL player's post-TD celebration. Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams wants you to suggest dances for him to perform. He says he will pick one to do after he scores his next touchdown.
Bizarre Lawsuit Of The DayThe Nashville Predators are being sued by a radio intern who broke his ankle last December when, during a game, a stunt in which he played a human bowling ball went terribly wrong (as you'll see in the video if you click that link).
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Jessica Cribbon :: Picdesk.comAustralian model Jessica Cribbon gets today's LLOD honors.
He Must Not Have A Mantle At HomeWhen Andy Murray wins or nearly wins an event, he makes good use of the hardware. After Wimbledon, he served cupcakes on the runner-up trophy. After winning gold and silver in London, he let his dogs wear the medals.
Let's Hope This WorksSamuel Annable, who works in the Peoria Chiefs' (Cubs Class A affiliate) front office, is on a mission to send a sick child to the Super Bowl. His plan, detailed here, is to keep trading and auctioning sports merchandise until he gets the money needed to fund the Super Bowl trip. You can check his site for a progress report.
Protest Video Of The DayThis guy decided that he would protest General Mills' pro-gay marriage stance by lighting a box of Honey Nut Cheerios on fire at the company's headquarters, because the sane thing to do when you don't agree with a company is to set fire to some cereal. Anyway, the protest didn't exactly come off as planned.
Live TV Video Of The DayWhen you're doing a report, you have to make sure you pronounce the "l" in elected, or else this happens.