Hot Clicks: Kristin Cavallari; Kenny Britt gets lapdance from Britney Spears

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Titans receiver Kenny Britt took in last night's Britney Spears concert at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. He made it on stage as the pop star sang Lace and Leather and ended up with his hands tied behind his back -- and her legs wrapped around his head. (Thanks to @jcheekbullgator for the tip.)

He's Loving The Lockout

Kenny Britt, Britney Spears :: Via @rayzate

Omaha pitcher Luis Mendoza threw a no-hitter that was changed to a one-hitter that was then changed back to a no-hitter. Yes, I know that sounds confusing, so just read this. (Thanks to @Due_Man for the link.)

No-Hitter Or Not A No-Hitter?

... is the heat. He had to leave his start against the Cubs last night because of the high temperature and humidity in Chicago.

The Only Thing Roy Halladay Can't Handle...

Jay Cutler's fiancee, Kristin Cavallari, modeled a glass bikini last week. That seems dangerous, but I digress. Here's your link.

Photo Gallery Of The Day

Kristin Cavallari :: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

ESPN college basketball announcer Jay Bilasloves rapperYoung Jeezy. ... Packers cornerback Sam Shieldsgot an enormous tattoo on his neck of his Super Bowl ring. ... Despite making many headlines last year, this Jeopardy! contestant was stumped byCam Newton.

Random Links

Last week I told you about Awful Announcing's tournament to find the worst broadcaster on television. I said Joe Theismann or Tony Siragusa had to win, but you guys proved me wrong. You hate ESPN's Colin Cowherd more than Theismann and you hate Stephen A. Smith more than Siragusa. Anyway, here is the Elite 8, in case you'd like to vote.

You Guys Really Hate Your Talking Heads

If you combined volleyball, soccer and kung fu, you get Sepak Takraw, a sport from Asia that's increasing in popularity. (Thanks to Mack, of Austin, Texas and James P., of Vancouver, for the link.)

Sports Video Of The Day

Via's Open Source tennis blog comes this video of an artist painting a picture of Roger Federer in four minutes (with St. Elmo's Fire blaring in the background!). Thanks to Jason Strid, of Meridian, Idaho, for the link.

Artist Video Of The Day

This video was in yesterday's P.M. Hot Clicks. It was confirmed by at least 50 readers that this commercial is being played in movie theaters before Harry Potter.

Repeat Video Of The Day