SI.com's 2008 Swimsuit section launches next Tuesday, but thought we'd get the action going now. Some of our top models recently discussed what they did before hitting the pages of Sports Illustrated. For example, Irina (above) talks about her true love -- ventriloquism.
Super Bowl hero Eli Manning and The Girl Next Door star Elisha Cuthbert have more in common than just a similar first name. Rumors and Rants pits these two against each other in a tale of the tape. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
The Sports Hernia has an inside look at what happened when Tiki Barber watched the Super Bowl, while LOL Jocks gives us the scoop on a conversation between Tiki and a former teammate.
Yesterday we posted a video of an amazing Steve Perry-sound-alike singing Don't Stop Believin'. Well, several of you wrote in to tell us that the singer's name is Arnel Pineda and that Journey actually hired the guy a couple of months ago as its new lead singer. Bobby Dozier and Gabriel ofSanta Barbara, Calif., sent us this CNN report about Arnel getting the job. Dan in Salt Lake City sent us this story, while Jon in Rochester, Minn., sent us this one. Lastly, someone who signed their e-mail "Arnel Pineda DOES sing for Journey now!" sent us this link to Journey's Web site that details the whole situation. We thank all of you who wrote in and we promise to do a better job of keeping up with our Journey news. We'll wrap things up by giving you this link -- Arnel belting out Faithfully.
James Lipton interviews Bill Belichick. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
She's Doing Something To Matt Damon
We're really late on this, but we've actually heard from a couple of people who still haven't seen the following video that Sarah Silverman and Matt Damon put together for Silverman's boyfriend, Jimmy Kimmel. Sadly, we've been singing this out loud since we saw the clip, and considering the lyrics, that's not necessarily a good thing. (Warning: Video contains strong language.)
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