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The woman on the left is Kate Upton. She was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition this past year. The woman on the right is Brooklyn Decker. She was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition in 2010. (Total aside: SI Swimsuit is now on Pintrest.) This is common knowledge to many people in Hot Clicks Nation. However, Remy, from the Mason and Remy show in St. Louis, does not know the difference between the two models. When he had Decker on his radio show Wednesday to promote her movie Battleship, he asked her about starring in a Carl's Jr. commercial and her "Dougie" video. He also asked Andy Roddick's wife if she was single. You can hear the awkwardness in all its glory here.
I Guess He Thinks They All Look The Same
Kate Upton, Brooklyn Decker :: Getty Images
A few weeks ago, we linked to Joe Sports Fan's roundup of modified Albert Pujols jerseys that have been seen in St. Louis. The site is back with another version, and the locals have upped their creativity.
Speaking Of St. Louis...
Tim Tebowannounced today that he's changed his dog's name from "Bronco" to "Bronx."
The Jets Play In New Jersey, But...
Alex S., of Fairfax, Va., says, "Hey, check this out from Conan's show. He had some young hottie, Nina Dobrev (my vote for today's LLOD), from a show called The Vampire Diaries. Conan got her to show off her yoga skills in some move called the 'scorpion.' I like how Joel McHale says 'this is awesome'" That scorpion move gets Nina Dobrev today's LLOD honors.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Nina Dobrev :: John Parra/Getty Images
Sure, you need a lot of room when spelling out the name of White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski, but this is downright ridiculous.
Sign Of The Day
Out of all the things that need to be fixed with Major League Baseball, it has decided the fake-to-third-throw-to-first pickoff move is a top priority. That move is expected to be a balk starting next season.
This happened at a Celtics-Hawks playoff game last week, but I just saw it for the first time this afternoon thanks to Torin, of St. Paul, Minn.
Sports Video Of The Day
This story will really get you. This Marine returned home to see his 6-year-old son, who suffers from cerebral palsy, walk for the first time.
Returning Marine Video Of The Day