1 Tony Romo

The QB of America's Team is quickly turning into the next Tom Brady. Sure, he's got the whole "overlooked backup QB that rose to prominence after replacing Drew Bledsoe" thing going for him, but we're talking more off the field. He spent Thanksgiving with Jessica Simpson and her folks and it looks like things are getting serious between the couple.

2 Hulk Hogan

Is it just us or does this whole Hogan divorce story have all the makings of a desperate WWE-like storyline? What with The Hulkster acting shocked when a reporter asked him about it a month after Linda had left the house. The smart money is on mixed tag-team match at the next WrestleMania.

3 David Beckham

Becks has been racking up the frequent flyer miles the past couple weeks with the Galaxy traveling to Vancouver, China, Australia and even making a pit stop in Minnesota, you know because no world tour is complete without a stop to the Twin Cities.

4 Michael Jackson

The first bit of good news about Jacko that we can remember hearing in years. He and the rest of the Jackson Five are getting together for a reunion tour next year and little Janet might even join them. Not even a wardrobe malfunction could ruin that show in our eyes.

5 Hayden Panettiere

Our favorite quote of the week and possibly the year goes to our favorite Heroes hottie, who told GQ, "You want to make me a lesbian? That's fine with me. I'd love to have an affair with Angelina! And there are other beautiful girls I like too -- including Charlize Theron, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Alba."

6 Ricky Williams

Exhibit No. 1,675 that no matter what you do off the field and no matter how many times you do it, there will always be a place for you in the NFL if you can still play. Too bad for him he was once knocked out of the league after only a couple of carries because of a big hit on bad grass.

7 Ashley Tisdale

We can't explain our recent crush on Tisdale. We've never seen High School Musical and could do without her attempt at a music career but she is probably the sweetest celebutant we've ever met and we can't get enough of her dancing to Britney's Give Me More.

8 Don Imus

The I-Man returns to the airwaves about eight months after being fired for racially insensitive remarks about the Rutgers women's basketball team. Thankfully he's going to get a co-host for the first time in his career. You know, to put a sock in his mouth the next time he thinks he has a witty sports take.

9 Jennifer Love Hewitt

Apparently we have something in common with Hank Steinbrenner. We both love Jennifer Love Hewitt. In a wide ranging interview with the New York Post we learned the new Yankees boss not only loves him some JLH but he smokes a pack a day and enjoys low-balling Hall of Fame managers. OK, we may have made that last one up, but it's true.

10 L.A. Coliseum

The same week that the Dodgers announced that they'd be returning to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for the first time in nearly 50 years to play the Red Sox, USC made it known that they may leave their off campus home of 80 years for the Rose Bowl, the home of cross-town rivals UCLA., as early as next season. This is just wrong on so many levels.

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