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As I mentioned in yesterday's P.M. Hot Clicks, I thought I had seen the most ridiculous "We need to do SOMETHING on Tim Tebow, so let's just put anything together and throw it up on our website" piece of content when NFL.com posted a gallery titled, "Tim Tebow's celebrity marriage: What would the kids look like?" Well, NFL.com has been topped. Today, Maxim.com is giving us "14 Women Who Will Eat Tim Tebow Alive."
And So It's Come To This
Lady Gaga :: Charles Eshelman/Getty Images
It's a very slow day in the sports world (as you can tell by the item above), so this has become national anthem day here at Hot Clicks. In today's A.M. edition, we told you about the NFL's love affair with former American Idol contestants performing The Star-Spangled Banner at the Super Bowl. That item generated a few interesting e-mail from Hot Clicks Nation. The first comes from Daniel Rubin, who said his all-time favorite rendition came from Smokey Robinson at the 1986 World Series. I have to admit, until I watched the clip this afternoon, I wasn't familiar with Smokey's version and I had no idea he actually did half Star-Spangled Banner and half America the Beautiful. (People seem to get very upset when you change the anthem around, so I wonder if this would be a huge controversy today.) In addition to Robinson, I was also treated to this version of the anthem by third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Hawthorne Elementary School in Ohio. (Thanks to Mike L., of Columbus, Ohio, for the link.)
SportsTVJobs.com is looking at the 10 worst moments in sports TV history.
Model Ciara Price gets today's LLOD honors.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Ciara Price :: Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images
Here's a photo gallery of athletes and pandas.
More Proof It's A Slow News Day
This girl channels her inner Taylor Swift to send a message to Tim Tebow.
Music Video Of The Day
Today is Howard Stern's 58th birthday. It only seems appropriate that we enjoy this very inappropriate clip from a Chicago newscast last night. (Warning: Video contains strong language.)
Live TV Video Of The Day