Hot Clicks: Jennifer Hawkins; World Cup vuvuzela controversy

So Much Horn Hate
Vuvuzelas. :: Quinn Rooney - FIFA/Getty Images

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I find it extremely comical that the biggest story in sports right now is about the horns, called vuvuzelas, that people are blowing in South Africa during World Cup matches. The horns even have a Twitter page. Anyway, is looking at the seven most annoying props that fans use at sporting events.
Girls, Girls, Girls
Katy Perry went with a half U.S.-half England dress for Saturday's game. ... It's getting harder and harder for Jets QB Mark Sanchez to deny that he's dating Jamie-Lynn Sigler. ... Carrie Underwood played softball last week.
Embracing The Enemy
The Indians actually set up a booth at their own ballpark this weekend to sell Stephen Strasburg merchadise. Meanwhile, there might be a controversy brewing in Washington over "K" signs that fans may want to bring to the ballpark on days Strasburg starts.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Jennifer Hawkins:: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images
Will Finemore, of Aspen, Col., says, "Jimmy, my day isn't complete without reading both editions of Hot Clicks. Having said that, I think you need to check out model Jennifer Hawkins. Seems like she is a perfect candidate for the LLOD." Will could not be more correct.
Something Smells Fishy
Via comes this interesting tidbit. Despite being down 3-2, the Lakers are still favorites to win the NBA Finals. Los Angeles is -130 to win it all, while the Celtics are even money.
SI Vault Photo Of The Day
Check out an 11-year-old Wayne Gretzky with Gordie Howe.
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Music Video Of The Day
Here's a catchy tune about YouTube videos that star animals.

Confrontation Video Of The Day
Congressman Bob Etheridge of North Carolina really just has one question: "Who are you?"

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