Tuesday's A.M. Hot Clicks
The annual Met Ball in New York City took place last night. The only thing I know about the Met Ball is that Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen always appear (as you can see above), and a bunch of celebrities get dressed up. The gallery here contains pictures of athletes (Tiger Woods!) and many favorite women (Kate Upton! Blake Lively!) of Hot Clicks Nation.
It would've been nice if 1) the Warriors didn't squander a big lead last night 2) play awful defense on the final play in double overtime (Manu Ginobli's game-winning three-pointer) and 3) someone could've shut up this woman. But Golden State couldn't close out San Antonio -- and unfortunately, Stephen Curry peaked in the third quarter. However, Hot Clicks is still thankful for the celebrations that Golden State's bench gave us. The game also gave us a classic Gregg Popovich-David Aldridge interview.
It looks like Carrie Underwood is the replacement for Faith Hill on Sunday Night Football.
I'm always getting requests to feature Nadine Velazquez from FX's The League, so this new gallery is for those folks. ... Brazilian model Emanuela de Paula just did this new photoshoot. ... SI Swimsuit model Nina Agdal pretty much works every single day.
Last week, Hot Clicks put its Stanley Cup playoff support behind the Kings thanks to a Nickelback-themed tweet by forward Dustin Penner. Naturally, we were happy to see Penner score a key goal in the Kings' 4-3 win over the Blues last night. One thing we were NOT happy to see last night was this completely classless sign made by a Maple Leafs fan, who mocked the recent bombings in Boston.
Red Sox pitcher Joel Hanrahan not only uncorked a wild pitch last night, but it was a wild pitch that did damage.
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This is an interview with the man who helped rescue the three women in Cleveland who were missing for 10 years. It would be impossible to sum up all of the gems that come out in the three-minute clip. (Thanks to Dave Kerka, of Hudson, Ohio, and Brandon, of Baltimore, for the video.)