Hot Clicks: Abbey Clancy; Worst sportscast ever

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Tim Stevenson, of England, says, "Jimmy, I have to call you out on something. A while back you posted something about Abbey Clancy and the Swimsuit Issue and you said you didn't know if Clancy was in it. I think you lied. But what's even worse is that you haven't posted Clancy's pics in Hot Clicks. Come on, Jimmy. You're better than this." Two things. I never said I didn't know if Clancy was in the issue. I said I didn't know if she would be on the cover. But I'm still flattered that you'd even partially remember something I wrote a month ago, so here are the Abbey Clancy bodypaint pictures. Enjoy.

Clarification On Clancy

Abbey Clancy :: Yu Tsai/SI

Thursday's P.M. Hot Clicks featured an e-mail from a reader who was wondering when the cut off is for a man to wear sports jerseys. I threw up a poll to get to the bottom of this question, but many of you wrote in to complain about the choices. So, we're going to try this one more time. Please vote.

Do Over

Hot Clicks introduced you to Utah State fan Wild Bill a couple of weeks ago. Here is a more info on the Aggies' fanatic.

He's A Big Fan

Shirtless Bill

For most of you, by the time you read this, Tiger Woods will have already given his statement. But in case you're reading this before his return to the public eye, you can play Tiger Press Conference Bingo.

Tiger, Tiger, Tiger

I'm still getting e-mails from people who thoroughly enjoyed the Esquirefeature onRoger Ebert. Here is Ebert's take on the article.

Ebert Follow-Up

This is easily one of the best videos that's ever been in Hot Clicks. It's seven-plus minutes of the worst sports report you'll ever see. I can't really do it justice. You just have to sit back, relax and enjoy it. (Thanks to Greg, of Hanson, Mass., for the link.)

Sports Video Of The Day

This has been on YouTube since 2007 and looks like it was filmed in 1987, but has just more than 3,000 views, which is a travesty considering how well it sums up insurance companies. (Thanks to Jeff Melling, of Ottawa, Canada, for the link.)

Commercial Of The Day