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    The Spice Girl clock goes tick-tick-tock and at 3pm Sporty says it is way too late for caffeine. None of the fruit teas on offer quite hit the spot, so she reaches into a tote for her emergency stash of peppermint teabags, folded neatly into a Ziploc bag. How very organised! ‘I can’t help it,’ she says. ‘I am a mum.’ It seems like yesterday when Sporty Spice aka Mel C aka Melanie Chisholm from Merseyside was doing backflips in a crop top and singing about girl power with her fellow Spices. Yet 25 years have passed since the most successful girl group of all time pushed their chicas to the front and took on the world. Today, Sporty is not just a devoted single mother to her 13-year-old daughter Scarlett, she is a pop survivor who loves her early nights and her decaf life. It seems like yesterday when Sporty Spice aka Mel C (pictured) aka Melanie Chisholm from Merseyside was doing backflips in a crop top and singing about girl power with her fellow Spices ‘My rock and...
    Chicago Cubs radio announcer Pat Hughes’ eloquence on the microphone has made him synonymous with summer baseball on the North Side. Hughes, 67, has been the radio voice for a generation of Cubs fans since taking over the role in 1996. The team will honor him for his contributions by inducting Hughes and former outfielder José Cardenal into the Cubs Hall of Fame. The late Buck O’Neil — a longtime scout and coach for the Cubs — also earned a plaque through his election this year to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The trio will be inducted Sept. 10. President of business operations Crane Kenney revealed the news to Hughes during the third inning of Wednesday’s radio broadcast of the Cubs’ 7-1 win over the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley Field. “I’m amazed, I really am. I don’t know what to say,” Hughes said afterward. “How did I get here? I can’t explain it. It’s almost surreal.” Hughes said he wished his parents and former broadcast partner and Hall of Famer Ron Santo were alive for the honor. He...
    AARON RODGERS revealed he nearly didn't make it to the NFL. The 38-year-old is now a four-time league MVP and one of the best to ever play quarterback. 1Aaron Rodgers nearly gave up playing football in collegeCredit: AP But the Green Bay Packers star almost quit on his sports dream to become a lawyer. Speaking to Barstool Sports, the quarterback was asked specifically about almost becoming a lawyer. And he opened up on his college days and what kept his football fire burning. He said: "When I think about it, there was like one day that kind of course corrected everything. READ MORE SPORT STORIESHOT AAR Aaron Rodgers credits NFL MVP year to psychedelic drug used by Amazon tribesFIGHT CAMP Saints rookie kicked out of practice after third fight in as many days "It was in February of 2002, and the baseball coach, who had been my JV football coach, had been kind of prodding me to maybe come out and play baseball and pitch, and I hadn’t played since eighth grade. "And so, the pitchers and catchers were playing...
    Getty Khabib Nurmagomedov speaks during the UFC Hall of Fame induction ceremony. UFC superstar Nate Diaz bashed the induction of former lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov into the Hall of Fame. Khabib got inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame’s ‘Modern Wing’ as a member of the class of 2022 during the 10th Annual International Fight Week. The legendary Dagestani fighter retired at the top as the undisputed 155 lb champion with an unblemished record of 29-0. In a special episode appearance on “The MMA Hour” with Ariel Helwani, Diaz talked about his frustrations dealing with the promotion. He shared that he accepted the offer to fight Khamzat Chimaev but was suspicious of the motive. “At first, I was like why do you want me to fight (Chimaev)? The same reason why they wanted me to fight Khabib when he was brand a** new,” Diaz said. “Khabib’s a f**king little b***h too.” Diaz bashed the entry of Khabib in the coveted list while arguing for his own addition. “Khabib, who did he beat for the title? He got Dustin...
    Getty Eli Manning won two Super Bowl MVPs in 16 seasons with the New York Giants. Should former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning be a first-ballot Hall of Famer when he becomes eligible for induction in 2025? One Hall of Fame voter says, “No.” Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk was a guest this week on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas to talk about the Eli Manning Hall of Fame debate. Williams, who has a Hall of Fame vote, says she will not vote for Manning on the first ballot. ALL the latest Giants news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Giants newsletter here! Here’s a video of the full segment, via 105.3 The Fan on YouTube: Play Charean Williams On Cowboys Passing Game Concerns, Eli Manning HOF Debate | Shan & RJPro Football Talk reporter and Hall of Fame voter Charean Williams joined Shan & RJ to give her take on Eli Manning going to the Hall of Fame, the Cowboys' concerns with Dak's passing game without Gallup, & Dan Quinn as the...
    CHILLING photos from a Yubo account allegedly belonging to Robb Elementary School shooter, Savaldor Ramos, reveal the teen wanted fame similar to the docuseries Don't F*** With Cats. The 18-year-old reportedly used the social networking app Yubo, where users can create video live streams with up to 10 friends. 4A Yubo account reportedly belonging to the suspected Uvalde shooter revealed the teen wanted fame similar to Don't F*** With CatsCredit: Yubo / Sun Exclusive 4A user told The Sun that Salvador Ramos, 18, would constantly harass girls onlineCredit: Yubo / Sun Exclusive A female Yubo user exclusively told The Sun she was one of the many girls Ramos allegedly harassed online. "He would be active every day and join our lives, repeating girls' names until they paid attention to him," said the teen, who wished to remain anonymous. She added that Ramos had compared himself to the Netflix show, Don't F*** With Cats, a true-crime docuseries where a group of internet sleuths launched a manhunt for Canadian actor, Luka Magnotta back in 2010. Magnotta, real name Eric Clinton Kirk Newman,...
    getty Margaret Josephs of RHONJ. Margaret Josephs spoke out about Teresa Giudice’s fiancé, Luis Ruelas, and the perception that he doesn’t like the attention he has received since joining her on “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” The RHONJ co-stars had a season-long feud that was spawned when Josephs pointed out the questionable past of Ruelas, which includes a controversial video of him at a male bonding retreat and rumors of a violent past, according to Page Six.  “Louie did not sign up for this,” Giudice said in a confessional last season. “To be antagonized, to be questioned, anything. I’m in the public eye, not Louie.” On the RHONJ season 12 season finale, Ruelas became agitated as Giudice argued with her co-stars in his defense, and at one point said he was “done” with dealing with the drama and ordered her to leave with him. “Let’s go I wanna get out of here…this is too much,” Ruelas told Giudice. “I’ve worked hard. You don’t have to work a day in your life. How lucky is that? Let’s move into...
    Getty Former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill on November 1, 2021. NFL money can be fleeting for the players, considering the prevalence of long-term injury in the sport. Athletes never know when their last snap might be and for that same reason, guaranteed contracts can be hard to come by. For example, former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill just signed a $120 million extension with the Miami Dolphins, but only $52.535 million of that deal is guaranteed according to Over the Cap. That’s less than 45% of the final salary. Yes, $52.5 million is still a fortune that could easily last a lifetime but would the smarter financial decision have been to stay in Kansas City? Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin certainly thinks so, laying out his doubts during a recent phone interview with Ryan Glasspiegel of the New York Post. ALL the latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Chiefs! Irvin Marvels at Short-Sighted Decision“You left Aaron Rodgers and Patrick...
    BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — Alex Rodriguez hopes to rebound in Hall of Fame voting after falling far short in his first try on the ballot. The three-time MVP appeared on 34.3% of ballots in January, receiving 135 of 394 votes. A player needed to receive at least 296 votes for the 75% needed for election. “I hope I get in one day. It would be an incredible honor,” Rodriguez said Wednesday during an online session with reporters ahead of his first ESPN broadcast of the baseball season. “I’d be terribly disappointed if I don’t get in, but if I don’t get in I have no one to blame but myself.” Rodriguez is fourth on the career home run list with 696. He was suspended for the 2014 season for violations of baseball’s joint drug program and collective bargaining agreement. After four seasons as a broadcaster on ESPN’s Sunday night telecasts, Rodriguez will shift to eight Sunday night alternate telecasts on ESPN2 with Michael Kay, a mainstay on New York Yankees’ broadcasts since 1992. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports...
    TIGER WOODS broke down in tears after being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame by his daughter Sam. The legendary putter, 46, was visibly emotional as he paid tribute to his family at the Florida event on Wednesday. 2Tiger Woods broke down in tears as he was inducted into the World Golf Hall of FameCredit: AP 2Daughter Sam paid tribute to her dad after he survived a horror car crash one year agoCredit: Getty Images - Getty The 15-time major champion was involved in a horror car crash just one year ago, leaving him with a shattered leg and other multiple injuries. And after being introduced on stage by daughter Sam, 14, Woods could not hold back the tears as he was recognised for an incredible career. Woods said: “If you don’t go out there and put in the work, you don’t go out and put in the effort, one, you’re not going to get the results. “But two, and more importantly, you don’t deserve it. You need to earn it. So that defined my upbringing. That defined...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Doug Bruno has long been synonymous with DePaul basketball. His women’s team had gone to 17 straight NCAA tournaments until last season. Now he’s heading somewhere new, as part of the 2022 class of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. READ MORE: Chicago First Alert Weather: Winter Storm Watch Begins Wednesday Night“I was educated as a young person that the gender doesn’t matter. It’s what’s inside that heart and guts of the athlete, the competitive spirit inside that that athlete and that’s got nothing to do with gender.” Doug Bruno has brought the best out of DePaul players for 36 seasons and counting, and now he’s being rewarded, finding out he’s headed to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame the same way everyone else did. “On television, basically that’s the way you learn this,” Bruno said. “It’s an honor. It’s a thrill.” While the congratulations poured in into the wee hours… READ MORE: Family Of Sincere Cole, 15, Calls On Witnesses To Come Forward After He Was Murdered In Chicago Lawn“Three-thirty in the morning, and the texts...
    New York-born Don McLean, the creator and one-man cultural force behind "American Pie," "Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)," "And I Love You So," "Castles in the Air," and many other songs, albums, tours, and projects, told Fox News Digital in a revealing in-depth interview that he "was the right guy at the right time" for "American Pie."  That song attained No. 1 on the Billboard charts after its release more than 50 years ago, on Jan. 15, 1972. To this day it remains a classic of American folk rock music. It's been featured in numerous films and other venues and helped McLean become a Grammy-award honoree, a Songwriter Hall of Fame member, and a BBC Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.  "American Pie" is in the Library of Congress National Recording Registry and was named by the Recording Industry of America (RIAA) a top 5 song of the 20th century. McLean told Fox News Digital in a phone interview from his home in Maine that he had a lot of choices as a young man — and that following his passions as a...
    Don Wilson, co-founder and rhythm guitarist of the instrumental guitar band The Ventures, has died. He was 88. Wilson died Saturday in Tacoma of natural causes, surrounded by his four children, The News Tribune reported. The band's hits included "Walk, Don't Run," and the theme song for "Hawaii Five-O." They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008. next Image 1 of 3 Members of The Ventures, Bob Spalding (L) and Don Wilson, perform a medley of their hits during their induction at the 23rd annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. (Reuters/Lucas Jackson) prev next Image 2 of 3 FILE: Bob Spalding, left, and Don Wilson of The Ventures perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in New York, March 10, 2008. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow) prev Image 3 of 3 Musician Don Wilson of The Ventures accepts his award as they are inducted during the 23rd annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel...
    BOSTON (CBS) — In less than a week, David Ortiz will know if he has a spot in Cooperstown. The former Red Sox great is hoping to receive a call to the Hall of Fame on Tuesday, which would be the final exclamation point on an incredible career. “This is something that I don’t even know how to describe it, to be honest with you. I was never expecting this,” Ortiz told WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche at Fenway Park on Wednesday. “I was a guy that, I was encouraged by my dad and some other friends to have the discipline to play the game so I could help my family. But if I tell you I was thinking about the Hall of Fame while I was playing, I’d be lying. READ MORE: Hurley's Picks: The Dallas Cowboys Remain Stuck In Loserville, USA“This is like the next level thing, a very elite group — the greatest players to ever play the game,” said Ortiz. “As a kid, you’d hear those names and say ‘Wow.’ I’m very grateful and thankful for everything that is...
    GEORGINA Rodriguez has admitted fame has its downside and she misses going supermarket shopping with her football star husband. The 27-year-old has gone from being an unknown outside of her circle of family and friends to a household name with nearly 30 million Instagram followers. 5Georgina Rodriguez has admitted she misses going to the supermarket because of her fame 5The stunning 27-year-old will chart her rise to the top in a new Netflix documentary It is five-and-a-half years since she met Man United striker Cristiano Ronaldo. The Argentinian-born beauty, the daughter of a convicted drugs trafficker who grew up in the Spanish Pyrenees city of Jaca, will reveal new details of her rags-to-riches life in a Netflix docu-series out on January 27 called 'Soy Georgina' She posted new clips of the six-parter on her social media on Saturday, showing her standing outside the grim-looking graffiti-scarred block of flats where she is thought to have spent part of her childhood. In it she says: “I dreamed of having a Prince Charming at my side and today I have it. "Thanks to...
    (CNN)Don Maynard, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, known for helping the New York Jets win Super Bowl III, has died, according to a statement released by the Hall of Fame. He was 86. The cause of death was not disclosed.A wide receiver, Maynard was one of Joe Namath's favorite targets."He was the man our opponents worried about, the knockout punch. Lightning in a bottle," Namath, the famed Jets' quarterback, said of Maynard. "Nitro just waiting to explode. I mean he could fly. But with the grace of a great thoroughbred. The man could flat play. He galloped through the best of the very best football players of the world." Maynard was the first signee of the New York Titans in the American Football League in 1960; the team was rebranded as the Jets three years later.And at the time of his retirement in 1973, Maynard's career receptions (633) and yards receiving (11,834) were league records, according to the Hall of Fame. He also amassed 10,000 yards receiving before any other pro player.Read More"Our Pro Football Hall...
    Legendary New York Jets wide receiver Don Maynard, who famously teamed up with quarterback Joe Namath to lead the team to its first and only Super Bowl victory, has died, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Monday. He was 86.  "Our Pro Football Hall of Fame family mourns the passing of Don Maynard," Hall of Fame president Jim Porter said in a statement. "He was a resilient man on and off the field -- and someone that his teammates could always count on." Don Maynard  #13 of the New York Jets runs a pass rout against the Buffalo Bills during and NFL football game at Shea Stadium circa 1967 in the Queens borough of New York City. Maynard played for the Jets from 1960-72. (Focus on Sport/Getty Images) The details surrounding Maynard’s passing were not immediately known. This is a developing story. Check back for updates. Paulina Dedaj is a Digital Reporter for Fox News and Fox Business. Follow Paulina Dedaj on Twitter at @PaulinaDedaj. If you've got a tip, you can email Paulina at [email protected]
    NEW York Jets star Don Maynard has died at 86 years old. Hall of Fame president Jim Porter said in a statement: "Our Pro Football Hall of Fame family mourns the passing of Don Maynard 1New York Jets wide receiver Don Maynard.Credit: Getty Images - Getty "He was a resilient man on and off the field -- and someone that his teammates could always count on." It is unclear how the star died. Most read in NFLWE GOT IT Everything to know about the Who's Got Your Back commercialOH NO ANTONIO! What to know about Antonio Brown leaving the Jets and Bucs gameA TRAGIC LOSS How famed football coach Greg Robinson passed awayTEAM IN MOURNING Broncos football coach dead at 70 after battle with Alzheimer’s disease More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    Don Maynard, a Hall of Fame receiver who made his biggest impact catching passes from Joe Namath in the wide-open AFL, has died. He was 86. The Pro Football Hall of Fame confirmed Maynard’s death on Monday through his family. Maynard was the main target for Namath with the New York Jets, though a leg injury made him less effective in the team’s stunning upset of the NFL champion Baltimore Colts in the 1969 Super Bowl. That game established the credibility of the newer league, but Maynard had proven himself long before that. After an unproductive one-year stint with the New York Giants in 1958, the slim, deceptively fast Texan headed to Hamilton of the CFL for 1959. Then the AFL was established, and he was the first player to sign with the New York Titans, who soon would become the Jets. Even though the Titans/Jets went through a series of mediocre quarterbacks in their early years, Maynard made his mark, including two 1,000-yard receiving seasons. And when Namath showed up in 1965 with a record contract and huge headlines,...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Jeopardy!” champion Amy Schneider is adding to her list of bragging rights and admirers. Already the highest-earning female contestant in the quiz show’s history and the woman with the longest winning streak, on Friday she became one of only four “Jeopardy!” players to reach seven figures in regular-season winnings. She’s collected $1.02 million in 28 victories, solidifying her 4th-place position on the list that includes Ken Jennings with $2.5 million; James Holzhauer, $2.46 million, and Matt Amodio, $1.52 million. Schneider, who’s also fourth in consecutive wins, will compete again Monday. Poised and affable on TV and in an interview with The Associated Press, she doesn’t seem the gloating type. But she is tickled by the fact that she’s fulfilled a prediction made by her 8th-grade classmates in Dayton, Ohio: She was voted most likely to be a “Jeopardy!” contestant, based on her geography and spelling bee prowess. More significantly, she’s the first transgender person to qualify for the show’s tournament of champions. In a series of tweets last November, Schneider said she’s proud to be...
    More On: wesley snipes Kevin Hart jokes ‘it’s bulls–t’ that Paul Rudd is Sexiest Man Alive Wesley Snipes ordered to pay $9.5 million in back taxes to IRS Wesley Snipes overjoyed about ‘Black Panther’ hype Spike Lee is spreading the word on gang violence Wesley Snipes says everyone needs their alone time — even celebs. “All of us have our moments where we want to be silent and private and not have to perform, not have to give, not have to answer a question,” the actor, 59, told Page Six in a recent interview. “We all have those ‘leave me the f–k alone moments, you know?” The subject of mega-stardom and fame is just one of the topics explored in the Netflix miniseries “True Story,” which drops on Wednesday. In it, he plays the ne’er-do-well brother of beloved comedian The Kid (Kevin Hart) whose afterparty following a show in Philly leads down a very dark route. The “Blade” star says that he has seen many instances of family relationships undone by fame. “Not in my family per se,...
    Emily Ratajkowski admitted to capitalizing on her “sexuality” by “using her body” to find “fame” and “success” but now says it’s wrong to think of it as “empowering.” “[In] my early 20s, I really thought of myself as hustling and working the system and saying, ‘Okay, I know what I can get from becoming a model and from using my body to have fame and success,'” the 30-year-old model/actress shared during her appearance on CBS This Morning Monday. The comments were noted by the Daily Mail. (RELATED: ‘It’s Mine And No One Else’s’: Cara Delevingne Poses Nude While Talking About Her Vagina For NFT Video) (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images) “And, I even called it empowerment,” she added, noting the video she did with Robin Thicke as she danced around topless. “I was in the Blurred Lines video – that was my big breakthrough moment – and I told everyone that felt like an empowering experience.” (SLIDESHOW: The Sexiest Looks From The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show) “But, as I’ve gotten older, I realized that it’s a bit more complicated and feel a...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There’s a town in the State of Hockey where pucks and sticks are as common as stop signs and sidewalks. Eveleth is also home to the world’s largest hockey stick- which is fitting considering how much success they’ve had on the ice. READ MORE: Boys, 12 And 14, Terrorized By Armed Men In Rochester Home Invasion“I hate to name names because there are a lot of them. People in Minnesota understand the Eveleth thing because back in the day they were impressive,” said Doug Palazzari, executive director of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. Add Palazzari to the town’s list of hockey greats. In fact, Palazzari is one of more than a dozen players from Eveleth whose been inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. The most of any city in the country. The museum is right in Palazzari’s backyard. Credit: CBS In 1973, the Hockey Hall of Fame opened its doors in Eveleth after the town of 3,600 beat out Boston, a city of more than 680,000. The only people who weren’t surprised...
    WHEN Emma Raducanu abandoned the match she was losing at Wimbledon this year, I sided with John McEnroe and told anyone who’d listen that she was obviously just another snowflake teenager who was so used to getting her way she couldn’t cope when things started to go wrong. Ha. Not since Neville Chamberlain waved his piece of paper around has anyone been so wrong. Because after Emma’s remarkable US Open triumph in New York there can be no doubt that she’s got a spine made from titanium and nerves of steel. 7In the coming weeks and months, Emma Raducanu will be going on a rollercoaster, and she can’t even begin to imagine how awful it will beCredit: Getty Snowflake? She wouldn’t melt if you put her in a furnace. There’s more. too, because when she sat there after the match and the crowd were singing Sweet Caroline and she joined in, beaming, I just sat there thinking: “Wow. She’s great.”  We all did. And now can we hold that thought, because in the coming weeks and months, that poor girl’s...
    Allison Mack Begins 3-Year Prison Sentence Early for NXIVM Cult Involvement Here’s why inflation will be sliced in half to 2.5% by the end of 2022 The former Super Bowl champion shares his experience with prostate cancer to encourage others to employ a proactive, preventative approach. It was supposed to be a normal day in the office for Mike Haynes until a seemingly ordinary task from his boss turned into a life-saving moment. In 2008, the NFL Hall of Fame cornerback—who spent 14 years with the Patriots and Raiders—was working in the player and employee development department, helping athletes transition into and out of the league. At the time, the Pro Football Hall of Fame was hosting a health screening for retired players, and Haynes’s boss asked him to go check on the progress of the event. But when the former Super Bowl champion arrived, he saw that a majority of the players were talking and hanging out. One of the event workers approached Haynes with a simple request—”Hey, why don't you do it? Maybe you can encourage...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Larry Walker’s first experience with the Rockies was as a Montreal Expo in 1993 – and it was love at first sight. “The first games were played at Mile High Stadium. When you’re a performer, entertainer, baseball player, whatever we want to call us, it’s a blast when every seat is full and the place is rocking. And that’s what that place was obviously with 85,000 people. So that was very exciting to see how hungry the Colorado fan base was for baseball,” Larry Walker said. READ MORE: Prized Trout Streams Shrink As Heat, Drought Grip US West Larry Walker (credit: VINCENT LAFORET/AFP/Getty Images) Two years later, Walker joined the Rockies and gave that hungry fan base everything they dreamed of, helping the franchise to its first postseason appearance. “1995 was the first year of the wildcard and we managed to win that. So there’s that champagne in the eye thing again. That was my first experience at that. It started off with a bang. Unfortunately in my time there, we didn’t make it to the playoffs...
    The NFL announced partnerships with FOX Bet, BetMGM, PointsBet and WynnBet on Monday — and one Hall of Fame head coach isn’t thrilled with the league supporting sports gambling. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Tony Dungy, a Super Bowl champion with the Indianapolis Colts, responded to ESPN Insider Adam Schefter’s tweet about the NFL agreeing to deals with sports betting companies to become Approved Sportsbook Operators for the 2021 season. "I really don’t like seeing this, Adam. When I came into the league the NFL had a stance against gambling," Dungy wrote. "Now it seems like we’ve accepted it. I realize it’s legal now but we’ve all seen the damage gambling can do to lives. I don’t think we should be promoting it." COLTS' CARSON WENTZ, TWO OTHERS PLACED ON COVID-19 LIST CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Even though Dungy doesn’t agree with the league’s stance on sports gambling, the NFL has made it clear that it will be a part of its future. Sports betting is now legal in over two dozen states...
    Jonah Hill shot to fame "overnight" in his early 20s after starring in the 2007 comedy "Superbad" – and the actor admitted he wasn’t prepared for his life to completely change as he knew it. "It was very overnight for me," the star told GQ Style for their Fall/Winter cover story. "[Co-star] Michael Cera and I talk about it all the time. We just had this really rare experience: One day life was one way, and then one day life was a different way. Right after ‘Superbad,’ I took a writing job on ‘Brüno’ [with Sacha Baron Cohen]." "I was 23, and they asked me to host SNL for the first time," the 37-year-old continued. "And I didn't want to leave the writers room. I was like, 'Guys, I don't know what to do.; It was my first job working for Sacha. And Sacha was like, 'Dude, you should go host SNL.' To me, having a writing job for Sacha Baron Cohen was as rad as hosting SNL." Actor Jonah Hill arrives at the premiere of Sony Pictures'...
    A woman who was accused of 'using' her Paralympian partner for social media fame after the pair went viral on TikTok has admitted he didn't think she was 'genuine' when she took an interest because he wasn't 'used to people being nice to him'.  Brody Roybal, 23, has been missing both of his legs since birth, and has won gold medals for Team USA at the 2014 and 2018 Winter Paralympics playing ice sledge hockey.  He started dating girlfriend Menecis Garriga, 23, three years ago and the couple have since racked up 1.5million followers and 40million likes on their shared TikTok page.  The pair first met in nursery in Chicago, Illinois, and later became best friends before Brody asked Menecis - who has been accused of 'using' her partner for TikTok fame by online trolls - to prom.  Speaking about the start of their friendship, Menecis recalled: 'I think it was overwhelming to him because he was not used to people being nice to him so he didn't know if I was being genuine. But I kept talking to him.' A woman who was accused of...
    (CNN)Don Everly, the last of the silken-voiced Everly Brothers music duo known for their harmonies, has died, according to an announcement on the group's official Instagram. He was 84 years old. Everly died Saturday. Don and his younger brother, Phil Everly, became pop idols in the early days of rock and roll, starting in the late 1950s, with chart-topping hits like "Bye Bye Love," "All I Have to Do is Dream," and "Wake Up Little Susie."The brothers were called the "most important vocal duo in rock" by Rolling Stone, as they influenced the likes of music giants the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Simon Garfunkel and many others. "As a singer, songwriter, and guitar innovator, Don Everly was one of the most talented and impactful artists in popular music history," Country Music Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young wrote on Twitter Sunday. "His influence reverberates through the songs and ethereal harmonies he conjured with his brother Phil."Read MorePhil (left) and Don Everly in 1962."Their talent, the beauty of their voices, was something not entirely of this Earth. They were a miracle,"...
    A woman who went viral making TikTok videos with her Paralympian partner has says she's learned to 'sit back and laugh' at accusations that she's  'using' her boyfriend to get more views on social media.   Congenital amputee Brody Roybal, 23, has been missing both of his legs since birth, and has won gold medals for Team USA at the 2014 and 2018 Winter Paralympics playing ice sled hockey.  He started dating girlfriend Menecis Garriga three years ago and the couple have since racked up 1.5 million followers and 40 million likes on their shared TikTok page.   Appearing on This Morning today from their Tennessee home, Menecis says that while it 'hurt her at first' to receive criticism online, she won't let trolls online define her relationship with Brody.  Congenital amputee Brody Roybal, 23, (pictured)  has been missing both of his legs since birth and started dating girlfriend Menecis Garriga (pictured) three years ago The couple have since racked up 1.5 million followers and 40 million likes on their shared TikTok page but have received criticism from trolls who say that...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Don Everly, one-half of the pioneering Everly Brothers whose harmonizing country rock hits impacted a generation of rock ‘n’ roll music, has died. He was 84. Everly died at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday, according to his attorney and family spokesperson Linda Edell Howard. His brother, Phil Everly, died in January 2014 at age 74. “Don lived by what he felt in his heart,” a statement from the family said. “Don expressed his appreciation for the ability to live his dreams … living in love with his soul mate and wife Adela, and sharing the music that made him an Everly Brother. Don always expressed how grateful he was for his fans.” In the late 1950s and 1960s, the duo of Don and Phil drew upon their rural roots with their strummed guitars and high, yearning harmonies, while their poignant songs — many by the team of Felice and Boudleaux Bryant — embodied teenage restlessness and energy. Their 19 top 40 hits included “Bye Bye Love,” “Let It Be Me,” “All I Have to...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Don Everly, one-half of the pioneering Everly Brothers whose harmonizing country rock hits impacted a generation of rock ‘n’ roll music, has died. He was 84. Everly died at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday, according to his attorney and family spokesperson Linda Edell Howard. His brother, Phil Everly, died in January 2014 at age 74. READ MORE: Game Day Preview: What To Expect At SoFi Stadium As Chargers Take On 49ers “Don lived by what he felt in his heart,” a statement from the family said. “Don expressed his appreciation for the ability to live his dreams … living in love with his soul mate and wife Adela, and sharing the music that made him an Everly Brother. Don always expressed how grateful he was for his fans.” In the late 1950s and 1960s, the duo of Don and Phil drew upon their rural roots with their strummed guitars and high, yearning harmonies, while their poignant songs — many by the team of Felice and Boudleaux Bryant — embodied teenage restlessness and energy. Their...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Don Everly, one-half of the pioneering Everly Brothers whose harmonizing country rock hits impacted a generation of rock 'n' roll music, has died. He was 84.Everly died at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday, according to his attorney and family spokesperson Linda Edell Howard. His brother, Phil Everly, died in January 2014 at age 74."Don lived by what he felt in his heart," a statement from the family said. "Don expressed his appreciation for the ability to live his dreams ... living in love with his soul mate and wife Adela, and sharing the music that made him an Everly Brother. Don always expressed how grateful he was for his fans."In the late 1950s and 1960s, the duo of Don and Phil drew upon their rural roots with their strummed guitars and high, yearning harmonies, while their poignant songs - many by the team of Felice and Boudleaux Bryant - embodied teenage restlessness and energy. Their 19 top 40 hits included "Bye Bye Love," "Let It Be Me," "All I Have to Do Is Dream" and...
    The Most Inspirational Books To Read Right Now Jake Cronenworth hits dramatic ninth-inning homer, Padres win on walk-off wild pitch to stay in wild card spot © Terry Wyatt/Getty Images Don Everly Don Everly, half of country rock-and-roll duo The Everly Brothers, has died. He was 84. The Los Angles Times confirmed Everly’s death via a family spokesperson on Saturday night, reporting that he died at home in Nashville. A cause of death was not cited. “Don lived by what he felt in his heart,” read a statement given to the outlet. “Don expressed his appreciation for the ability to live his dreams … with his soulmate  and wife, Adela, and sharing the music that made him an Everly Brother.” Everly was born in 1937 in Kentucky and was raised in a musical family with his brother Phil.The pair began writing and recording music in the mid 1950s and released their self-titled album in 1957 before signing with Warner Bros. Records in 1960. They went on to achieve hits such as “Bye Bye Love,” “All I Have to Do...
    Don McLean was all smiles as he received a star on the coveted Walk of Fame in Hollywood, Calif. on Monday. The 75-year-old was joined by his model girlfriend, Paris Dylan, for the special ceremony. The couple posed together as the "American Pie" singer leaned over and kissed the 27-year-old. McLean and Dylan have been dating for almost five years. "She is the most wonderful person that I have ever known," the musician told People magazine in March. "I think of her when I sing a lot of my songs." ‘AMERICAN PIE’ SINGER DON MCLEAN CLAIMS HIS EX-WIFE PATRISHA IS ‘THE WORST PERSON I EVER KNEW’ "I’m honored to have her as a girlfriend and a partner and we have no plans to ever break up," he said. "We are going to stay together and ride this pony as long as we can." McLean was previously married to his first wife, Carol, from 1962 until 1972. Then in 1987, he tied the knot once more to Patrisha Shnier. However, the pair divorced in 2016 amid domestic violence accusations. ...
    HOLLYWOOD -- The Hollywood Walk of Fame welcomed its latest honoree to the famous walkway: singer-songwriter Don McLean. The unveiling of his star stands in connection with the 50th anniversary of his classic hit song, "American Pie.''McLean reminisced about his early days in the industry, and thanked the producers and other musicians who helped him along the way... many of whom are also Walk of Fame honorees."This experience is very important to me, because of all the names that are listed here," said McLean. "I'm a big film buff and a record buff. I know some of the obscure producers and directors and I'm so honored."The ceremony included an appearance by Grammy-winning song parodist "Weird Al'' Yankovic and a performance of "American Pie'' by the country a cappella group Home Free.
    If you’re looking for stars during Hall of Fame enshrinement week, concentrate on the museum itself and the inductions this weekend. You won’t find many, if any, stars playing Thursday night when the NFL preseason begins with Dallas playing Pittsburgh. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Indeed, with the number of preseason games reduced from four to three, with the exception of the Cowboys and Steelers, the opportunity to see the big names on the field will be diminished further. For Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy, the Hall of Fame game carries importance as a trial for guys on the back end of the roster, and for backups at key positions. "The fact that we’re playing the four games this year, Week 1 and Week 4 will be huge games for the younger players. You’re looking at a good half of football," says McCarthy, whose first season with Dallas was a 6-10 fiasco marred by key injuries and indifferent performances. "To me, this is what the preseason has always been about. You’re able to get your starters and guys...
    More On: new york mets Javier Baez’s Mets career starts with a bang — and a win Mets’ trade deadline prize ready to embrace big stage: ‘Just gotta be me’ MLB’s greed stands in way of simple fix to shorten games MLB trade deadline winners and losers The Mets’ long-awaited first Hall of Fame class since 2013 spanned various eras of team history, honoring two All-Star pitchers from the 1970s and ’80s and one everyday regular bridging the new millennium. Jon Matlack, Ron Darling and Edgardo Alfonzo were inducted Saturday in a pregame ceremony delayed more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They were the first players so feted since Mike Piazza, who was in attendance Saturday, was enshrined eight years earlier. “I didn’t really realize until I got the call that I was going in the Hall of Fame last year that I do have a place here, a place of history in this organization,” said Darling, who posted 100 wins (including one in Game 4 of the 1986 World Series) with the Mets from 1983-91...
    More from: Ken Davidoff Yankees must rely on pitching to spark season rebound Mets trade-deadline task: Adding starting pitcher Mets should make all-out push for Max Scherzer at trade deadline These Yankees have you always fearing the worst Yankees cant keep surviving these bullpen blowups On Saturday at Citi Field, the Mets will revive their Hall of Fame – induction-free since 2013 – when they elect infielder Edgardo Alfonzo and pitchers Ron Darling and Jon Matlack in a ceremony prior to the team’s night game against the Reds. The late, great Al Jackson also will receive a “Mets Hall of Fame Achievement Award” for his contributions to the organization. Fans are encouraged to be seated by 6:45 for the start of the ceremony, which was originally scheduled for last year before COVID-19 kept crowds away. Last week, I spoke with Matlack, the oldest of the honorees, about his honor. Here is a lightly edited transcript of our conversation in Q&A style a la Steve Serby, only without the three dinner guests. Q. Congratulations on getting in the Mets Hall...
    During an interview with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Tuesday, Fox News host Harris Faulkner criticized the Texas Democrats who fled the state to Washington, D.C. in order to deny Republicans in the legislature a quorum. The Democrats lack the votes necessary to shoot down a pending elections bill they say is meant to suppress voters. Faulkner read from a Washington Examiner op-ed that noted several of the lawmakers didn’t wear masks on the chartered flight they took to the Beltway, and now several have tested positive for Covid-19. “Senator Cruz,” said Faulkner, “this is your home state of Texas. You have seen what I know with my relatives in Texas we don’t do. We don’t cut and run. That’s what I’ve heard some Republicans accuse them of. What is the next phase they are in now?” Faulker’s deployment of the “don’t cut and run” line is interesting, if not droll in this context. In February, Cruz infamously took an impromptu family trip to Cancun, Mexico to avoid a deadly winter storm that ravaged Texas and shut down large swaths of...
    Reality TV star Jinger Duggar opened up about the downfalls of fame during an upcoming interview on the "Dinner Party with Jeremy Fall" podcast.  "I think a lot of people do look into fame, and they think it's all beautiful, it's all wonderful, and yes, as I'm saying, there are tons of perks, but then, you also have to wrestle through a lot," Duggar said during the podcast, according to a preview obtained by People magazine on Thursday.    "They can think, 'Oh, you don't wrestle with anything, you don't struggle with being depressed one day,' you know? Or, like, your day hasn't gone as you want, and how do you get through that?  "I think it's been more challenging for me personally to figure out how to move past that, and how to truly open up to people." ‘COUNTING ON’ CANCELED AFTER 11 SEASONS AMID JOSH DUGGAR'S CHILD PORNOGRAPHY CASE Jinger was only 10 years old when her family rose to stardom with the reality television show "19 Kids and Counting." Jinger Duggar admitted she struggles with being in...
    Mark Clayton went from eighth-round pick in the 1983 NFL Draft to five-time Pro Bowler and a premier wide receiver in the Dan Marino-led Miami Dolphins offense in the 1980s and early 1990s. In Clayton’s 11 seasons in the NFL, he had more than 1,000 yards receiving five times and led the league in touchdown catches twice. In total, he’s caught 582 passes for 8,974 yards and 84 touchdowns. He played 10 seasons for the Dolphins and played his last with the Green Bay Packers in 1993. He finished his career as the second-leading receiver in Dolphins history and helped get the team to a Super Bowl appearance in 1983. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM But he’s still waiting for the call from Canton to be a Hall of Famer. "I believe I belong there because I don't know what else I could base it on besides the numbers and stuff. I don't really like going back and forth with guys' numbers, but if you look at Harold Carmichael's numbers … he played in the same era...
    Meghan McCain is calling out Dr. Anthony Fauci for seeking the limelight by participating in splashy magazine photo shoots. During a discussion on The View Friday about Fauci’s newly-revealed personal emails, McCain took umbrage with colleague Sara Haines saying that Fauci hasn’t been at ease with all the attention he has gotten over the past year-and-a-half. McCain believes the opposite — that not only is the infectious disease expert very much at home in the media spotlight, he actually sought it out. “I don’t think people that are uncomfortable with celebrity and don’t want to be celebrities pose on the cover of In Style magazine in fashion spread, and on the cover of People magazine,” McCain said. “I’m sorry but if he just wanted to be a scientist, tart of the criticism of him going forward is that he clearly wanted to be a Kardashian as well.” McCain went on to argue that Fauci’s emails show he “doesn’t understand” the concerns many people have about the origin of Covid-19. “We have to understand where the virus originated from if we’re...
    Don Shula is the all-time wins leader in NFL history with 328 victories over his Hall of Fame career. The only active coach in striking distance of breaking that record is New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, who sits 48 wins behind him. If Belichick continues to coach for at least another five seasons, there’s a chance that he may surpass Shula, but one Hall of Fame quarterback doesn’t want to see that happen. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino said in a recent interview with ESPN that he hopes Shula remains the all-time winningest head coach in league history. "I hope he don’t get it," Marino told ESPN. "That’s my answer. I’m a Dolphin for life, man. Coach Shula for life. I don’t want [Belichick] to get it." PACKERS' MATT LAFLEUR SAYS AARON RODGERS WILL 'HOPEFULLY' SHOW AT MANDATORY MINICAMP Marino played 17 seasons in Miami, 13 of which were under coach Shula. Marino was drafted by the Dolphins in 1983 where he helped the team to 10 playoff seasons. Under...
    NHL star Mike Fisher had a successful career on the ice, but now that he’s retired, he has a new No. 1 goal: raising his sons to love Jesus and others. “I want [my boys] to have a real relationship with the Lord. And that’s why we’re here, and that’s where we find true peace, and that’s what I’m trying to instill in my boys,” Fisher, who is married to country music icon Carrie Underwood, told the Daily Wire. “And even though our journeys are all ups and downs, I want to be a good leader for them and point them to Jesus,” Fisher said. “That’s my number one goal at home. Obviously being a good husband — supporting my wife and loving her well — but my mom and dad are great examples of a Godly home. Not perfect — nor am I going to be perfect — but my goal is to show my boys a real relationship with Jesus every day,” he added. The former Nashville Predators captain retired from professional hockey in 2018 after competing in...
    Is Ben Roethlisberger a Hall of Famer? At least some NFL fans are convinced his status is a little conflated. Roethlisberger will make the Hall of Fame, especially considering his two Super Bowls and countless Steelers franchise records. Yet, is his status among the game’s elite at least a little bit due to the team he plays for? Let’s diagnose this (probably wrong) fan theory. “In my other thread, it seems people don’t think Russell Wilson is a HOFer. But a QB who is much older than him also lacks similar accolades. This is along with Wilson not being the reprehensible scumbag that Roethlisberger is. Wilson has more pro bowls at age 31 than Ben has his whole career. Roethlisberger was often injured, rarely completing a full 16 game season. Why the hell is Roethlisberger going to HOF?” So, first off, Wilson is probably a Hall of Famer in his own right. Sure, he’s only 32 and has plenty left to accomplish before we can simply bestow that honor upon him, but we’re not talking about Joe Flacco here.Why...
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