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Here's a World Cup controversy that doesn't involve horns. During yesterday's Netherlands-Denmark match, 36 models dressed in orange were kicked out of the stadium because they were trying to promote a beer company.
Do These Women Look Like Troublemakers?
Dutch fans :: Christof Koepsel/Getty Images
This North Korea fan gets an A+ for his sign. (Thanks to reader Bradley Lang for the link.)
Photo Of The Day
The most ridiculous fan injury story of the World Cup so far involves a father and son.
I Assume He's Grounded
New York plans on having A-listers, B-listers and C-listers help them land LeBron James.
Today's "Courting LeBron" Update
Dan Kaplan, of Oakland, says, "J-Train (I see readers call you that nickname. Is that OK?), I was doing some "research" on Argentina's soccer team and came across this model named Carolina Ardohain. Suffice to say, I'm rooting for Argentina now. You need to check her out. I'd be shocked if you didn't make her a LLOD." 1) Yes, it's OK to call me J-Train. That's actually what my friends call me. 2) God bless you for pointing out Ardohain, whom Gunaxin.com calls "South America's Kim Kardashian."
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Carolina Ardohain :: Alfredo Estrella/Getty Images
Joe Torreand a pair ofPlayboy bunnies.
SI Vault Photo Of The Day
A couple of weeks ago, Hot Clicks told you about the Celtics fan Tyler McGill, who had to walk from Boston to New York City (218 miles) to win free NBA Finals tickets to Games 3, 4 and 5 as part of a bet. That fan was on CBS' Early Show today and talked about the experience (which included blisters and chaffing).
Sports Video Of The Day
This is a commerical Marisa Miller did for Guitar Hero in 2008. It never aired on TV because it was considered too racy (which makes it perfect for Hot Clicks).
Commercial Of The Day