Tuesday's A.M. Hot Clicks

Tuesday June 4th, 2013

Thanks For Nothing, Indiana

Justin Bieber :: AP Justin Bieber :: AP

When you have a Game 7 and one team doesn't show up, things like Justin Bieber's outfit, the behavior of Flo Rida's manager, a Chris "Birdman" Andersen fan in a toga outfit and  Shaquille O'Neal falling off the Inside the NBA set become the big stories of the night.

Poor Mrs. McCarthy

Not only did Diamondbacks pitcher and Twitter Hall of Famer (I just made that up, by the way) Brandon McCarthy share his thoughts on the Biebs, he also weighed in on Michael Douglas' revelation that he got throat cancer from performing a certain sex act.

Stunning Streak

The Astros are on a six-game winning streak. Why is this significant? Because Houston was the underdog in each of those games. According to Pregame.com, the Astros are the first team ever to win six games in a row as a +120 or more underdog in each game. In fact, they have been at least +160 in all six games and +200 in five of them. Houston is +155 against Baltimore tonight.

Lovely Lady Links Roundup

Brittany Palmer, Arianny Celeste :: Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Getty Images Brittany Palmer, Arianny Celeste :: Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Getty Images

UFC Ring Girls Brittany Palmer and Arianny Celeste recently did a photoshoot together -- and there is video. ... U.K. glamour model Holly Peers has a new set of photos out. ... I don't think model Camille Rowe has ever been in Hot Clicks before, but that changes now.

Photo Of The Day

Here's a pregnant baseball fan who made good use of her baby bump.

Sports Video Of The Day

Check out the ridiculous throw Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig made last night to end L.A's game against San Diego.

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Facebook Video Of The Day

Facebook is the worst. This musical is not.

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