Welcome to <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery that artfully blends the worlds of sports, pop culture and high fashion into a savory stew. Here we have Guillermo (right), who clearly dreams of gracing the cover of next year's SI Swimsuit Issue, asking a model for tips on how to maintain his buoy-ish figure during the gala bash at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
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Our guarantee to you: all bathing suits featured in the famed SI Swimsuit issue are tested first according to strict quality control standards. Here's this year's research and development team with some of the tools of their trade.
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SI swimsuit models joined Savannah Guthrie on the set to discuss how to dress for the brisk winter weather in New York City.
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New York City winter weather: A Times Square serenade as the big blizzard of Feb. 8-9 arrived.
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Hanging around, up to no good, at the Annual Hall of Game Awards hosted by Cartoon Network.
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No matter how many celebs you see at Lakers games in L.A., they always seem to be amused or transfixed by something in the rafters rather than on-court doings.
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What's a party without a Minister of Fun?
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The Ravens' Super Bowl parade in Baltimore couldn't hold a candle or a stuffed toy to the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club's Mardi Gras bash in New Orleans.
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As Major League Baseball's investigation of his involvement with the anti-aging clinic Biogenesis continued, Alex Rodriquez was reportedly spotted in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans.
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Hue bet everyone just loves this 5K "feel good happy event" at Homebush Olympic Park in Sydney where contestants run through a station every kilometer and are doused with colored powders. (<bold>Bonus fact:</bold> This may be where the phrase "take a powder" originated.)
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Harvard's Hasty Pudding Man of the Year is a certified babe magnet. Then again, every girl's crazy about a guy who carries a pudding pot.
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Looks like the spitting image of Cristiano Ronaldo at the Round of 16 first leg match between Real Madrid and Manchester United in Madrid.
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The Dallas Stars winger, who apparently fancies himself an amateur phrenologist, reads the bumps on Jarome Iginla's head -- a couple of which he raised during their second-period fight in Calgary -- and confidently predicts that the longtime Flames captain will be traded before the April 3 deadline.
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Filip Zubcic of Croatia gives Germany's Felix Neureuther the gate during the demolition derby phase of the Nation's Team event in Schladming, Austria.
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Sandra Miseikyte shows the strain of launching the world's smallest bowling ball at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.
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Where's Carl Spackler when you need him? Duffers were reportedly hopping mad about the flock (gaggle? herd?) of kangaroos on the fairway at Royal Canberra Golf Club.
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<bold>Fun Fact to Know & Tell:</bold> A pack of camels sells for about $8 in Abu Dhabi. Matches not included.
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That's a pretty Shar Pei puppy she's got there in Bucharest. That pooch belonged in the recently concluded Westminster Dog Show.
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And so we conclude this week's gallery with a bang, just like the one at the closing ceremony at National Stadium in Soweto, South Africa.
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