So, Odom shot a guest appearance on <i>Keeping up with the Kardshians</i>, er, um, married Khloe on Sunday while cameras rolled for an upcoming episode of the family's reality TV show. Anyone else get the feeling that the Lakers with Ron Artest will be a far more exciting reality show this season than anything the Kardashians could ever come up with?
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Reggie Bush and Kim Kardashian
It seems Khloe wasn't the only Kardashian making waves in the sports world last week. According to <i>People</i>, Bush and Kim Kardashian are back together. Bush's parents even attended Khloe's wedding. Maybe we'll be talking about another Kardashian wedding soon.
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If Chicago somehow fails to land the 2016 Summer Olympics, it won't be because of a lack of star power. President Obama will join First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey in Denmark this week to make their pitch for the Windy City. Now if Michael Jordan can just show up and not give a speech, the bid should be a slam dunk.
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Tom Brady and Gisele
Reports that Brady and Gisele will be having a baby boy may or may not be true, but don't ask Gisele because she doesn't know. Gisele said she and Tom have decided not to find out the sex of the baby until she gives birth in December. So we'll just have to wait before we anoint their newborn as the next great supermodel or quarterback.
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Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova
Rumors are circulating that Kournikova and Iglesias might be engaged after they were spotted shopping for rings at the Cartier Champs-Elysees boutique in Paris. Have they really been dating for eight years now? They should get some kind of an award for that considering they'll never win one for their singing or tennis ability.
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Terrell Owens and Rodney Harrison
After Harrison called Owens a ''clown'' on <i>Football Night in America</i>, T.O. lashed back on Twitter (how else?) and said, ''U're a loser & a cheater? Got any steroids I cn borrow? Hey rodney! Send me sum steroids 2 the Bills facility next week.'' Let's hope this becomes a weekly feud either on Twitter or NBC.
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There are several ways to spend your time after retirement, but trying to tackle a bull while at the Professional Bull Rider's Invitational doesn't seem like the most relaxing. Seau learned that the hard way as he was run over by a bull during the event. Thankfully he bounced right back up and showed that he can take a hit as well as he used to deliver them.
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Rev. Al Sharpton
The latest celebrity to host <i>Monday Night Raw</i> was Sharpton, and to say it was a massive let down would be an understatement. He spent most of his time in the ring getting booed as he preached about illiteracy while a mostly illiterate crowd begged the wrestlers to pile-drive him.
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In case other NFL owners were wondering, adding celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan, Jimmy Buffet and Serena and Venus Williams to your ownership group doesn't equate to more wins. If anything, judging from the Dolphins' 0-3 start, it does just the opposite. Well, at least the Dolphins' sideline is interesting to look at.
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There is only one thing you have to remember when you're on the cast of <i>Saturday Night Live</i> and doing live skits for notational television audience. Apparently new cast member Slate didn't get that memo as she let an F-bomb fly in her first skit. Let's see if she gets a second.
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