May 29, 2007
1 Rampage Jackson

He beat down Chuck Liddell three minutes into their much ballyhooed UFC light heavyweight title fight on Saturday night. Afterward, he took his new championship belt to club Pure and celebrated with the likes of Wilmer Valderrama, Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Mandy Moore

2 Anna Kournikova

The tennis starlet is back on the market after splitting with Enrique Iglesias. Apparently Kournikova wanted to have kids and Iglesias wanted to have a good time. Maybe this will allow Kournikova to refocus on her tennis career.

3 LeBron James

"King James" proved that he could deliver a big-game performance after buckling under the pressure in the first two games of the Eastern Conference Finals. He nearly recorded a triple double -- 32 points, nine rebounds, nine assists -- as he led the Cavs to an 88-82 win over the Pistons in Game 3.

4 Elisabeth Hasselbeck

The wife of New York Giants quarterback Tim Hasselbeck got into verbal catfight with Rosie O?Donnell last week on The View and later got snubbed by Alicia Silverstone, a guest who ignored her as she walked onto the set. Even Donald Trump took Rosie?s side in their dispute over the war in Iraq. Nevertheless, it seems Hasselbeck is the winner as Rosie quit the show.

5 David Beckham

After returning Real Madrid to the top of the table, the former England captain was called up to return to the national team. Now Premier League teams are beginning to inquire about nabbing Becks "on loan" after the MLS season wraps up. So much for that "over the hill" talk when the Galaxy signed him in January.

6 Dario Franchitti

Ashley Judd?s husband won the Indy 500 after rain ended the race 34 laps short. The inclement weather didn?t stop Judd from dancing in the rain and jumping into the arms of her hubby following the race

7 Kellie Pickler

The former American Idol star is reportedly dating Nashville Predators forward Jordin Tootoo. "I am this country bumpkin and he's an Eskimo," Pickler told Us Weekly. "I'm going to build an igloo!"

8 Tiger Woods

Tiger Jam X, celebrity-studded concert in Las Vegas last weekend, raised $1.5 million for charities. The highlight of the event was Saturday night?s sold out Bon Jovi concert which was attended by Woods, Will Ferrell, Chris Tucker and Gabrielle Union, among others.

9 Burt Reynolds

The former Florida State halfback won a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Taurus World Stunt Awards Show last week. During his acceptance speech Reynolds said, "I?ve often said that I would rather have a Heisman than an Oscar. It wasn?t that hard because I never had a shot at either."

10 Barry Bonds

Juice or no juice, Bonds is now 10 homers away from breaking Hank Aaron?s career home run record. The only question now is who will be there to congratulate him when he finally shatters the mark.

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