Hot Clicks: Dallas Stars Ice Girls; Texas Rangers ginger ale celebration
Dallas Stars Ice Girls :: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
The Dallas Stars Ice Girls spoofed such classic films as Top Gun, Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Back To Schoolin this video. Oh, and they do so while wearing bikinis.
Celebration Dances = Good Times
I'm always asked, "How can I get linked in Hot Clicks?" There isn't a definitive answer to that question, but I can tell you this: Unlike the uppity NFL, I love touchdown celebration dances. The more outrageous, the better. So, if you put together a list and compile videos like this, it will definitely up your chances.
That's the path J-Woww has taken. Here's her debut for the company, in which she goes face to face with a fake Snooki.
E-Mail Of The Day
Chelsea R., of Pequannock, N.J. (where one Derek Jeter was born)., says, "I'm a fairly new reader of Hot Clicks, so I don't know if you've ever had a Magazine Cover of the Day, but I feel like this could be it. I'm a straight female, so to me, this is just a picture of a pretty girl. But I feel like your male readers will greatly, um, appreciate it."
Sports Video Of The Day
Ben, of Columbus, Ohio, says, "Jimmy, in response to your Oct. 12 Hot Clicks that featured a huge hit during a kick return touchdown, I introduce you to Greg Bird, special-teams player extraordinaire for the Utah Utes. Shaky Smithson artfully runs back a punt 77 yards for a score against UNLV, but only after Greg Bird de-cleats AND de-helmets a UNLV player to spring him free for the TD." Enjoy.
Brawl Video Of The Day
A "friendly" basketball game between China and Brazil had to be cut short after a massive brawl broke out.
Roddy Piper Video Of The Day
The George Parros face flick item made me think of the classic eye poke that Rowdy Roddy Piper use to pull off back in the day. Amazingly enough, there is a 2-minute and 39-second YouTube video of nothing but Piper poking opponents in the eye. Enjoy.
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