So, Tom and Gisele finally tied the knot. No, really, this time it's for real. Yes, I know every tabloid reported that they got married like three times since Christmas, but this time there are pictures to prove it. Now that he has Gisele by his side and Matt Cassel got traded away to Kansas City, Brady perhaps can forget all the distractions and finally go back to playing football.
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Normally, no one brags about having a pregame media meal at a Clippers game. That's mainly because there aren't that many media members there, but when Eva Longoria is sitting at your table, well that's another story. While the Lakers might have exclusive nooks and crannies for their celebs to hang out at during games, Longoria was slumming it with us media folks before the Clippers-Spurs game. It could have been worse. She could have been part of Donald Sterling's entourage that usually makes the supposed work room their postgame club after games.
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So, Beckham finally got what he wanted, sort of. He gets to finish off this season with AC Milan through June before pretending to care about the Galaxy for a few games at the end of their season. Then he'll opt out of his contract and return to Milan by the end of the year. I'm still not sure how this is good for the Galaxy. If anything, it makes them seem more like a second-class team than before. Just let him go and move on.
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Apparently the new thing to do these days is admit to taking steroids. Jewel, who is preparing for the upcoming season of "Dancing With The Stars," admits on her blog to taking steroids for tendonitis in her knee. ABC's policy on juicing doesn't seem to be as strict as that of Major League Baseball. Lawrence Taylor and the other DWTS contestants shouldn't worry, however, if she's anything like fellow enhancer A-Rod, she won't be a factor come crunch time.
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Brooklyn Decker, Jessica Gomes and Jarah Mariano
The trio of SI Swimsuit models showed off their acting skills on NBC's "Chuck" this week, playing swimsuit models (a stretch, I know) auditioning for a job at an electronics store. Something tells me that they would have no problem selling any product if they ever decided to hang up their swimsuits.
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While the economy has taken its toll on Las Vegas, Kyle Busch once again made it rain in Sin City after he won in his hometown Sunday. He celebrated by shelling out more than $5,000 on 10 bottles of champagne at Body English in the Hard Rock and spraying most of it on the crowd around him
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With no NFL team to quarterback this season, Favre apparently is looking for other sources of income. He recently put his 2007 Ford F-150 for sale on eBay. The description states, "This truck is owned by Brett Favre. He will sign the dashboard upon the request of the buyer." No word on if the fickle Favre will change his mind after selling the truck and decide to take it back.
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So, Manny Ramirez and Scott Boras like the Dodgers' two-year, $45 million offer, they just don't like how the money will be paid. Then they decide they want to hold out for about $1.5 million more. Then they decide they want to look at "serious offers" from teams that aren't even willing to make facetious offers at this point. No wonder Dodger owner Frank McCourt is getting tired of the whole "Manny Being Manny" charade.
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Pau Gasol and Jordan Farmar
The Lakers tandem will play a couple of basketball players (again, a real stretch) on the show "Numb3rs" on March 13. Farmar said the cameo didn't make him think about a career in acting but he wouldn't mind one in writing. Farmar is currently keeping up a blog on "Playboy's" Web site, and while he won't mention how much he's being paid for the writing gig, something tells me the benefits of working for Hef, even part time, aren't bad.
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The Bengals linebacker has always been known as a jack of trades, a poet, philanthropist, artist, environmentalist and football player, and now you can add television host to the list. Jones will embark on a global sports odyssey in Travel Channel's new original series, "Dhani Tackles the Globe," premiering March 16. In each episode, he tries his hand at a new sport, including rugby in England, muay thai in Thailand, hurling in Ireland, dragon boat racing in Singapore, schwingen in Switzerland, pelota in Spain, sailing in New Zealand and the surf lifeguard competition in Australia. Sounds almost as adventurous as hanging out with the Bengals in the offseason.
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