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    CHELSEA owner Todd Boehly kept some star-studded company as he saw his side thrash AC Milan. The American, who also owns MLB team LA Dodgers, was joined by supermodel Naomi Campbell and Ted Lasso stars Jason Sudeikis and Brendan Hunt. 5Todd Boehly pictured alongside supermodel Naomi CampbellCredit: Dan Weir / MatchDay Images Limited 5Naomi looked glamourous in a black jacket and white specsCredit: Dan Weir / MatchDay Images Limited 5Ted Lasso stars Jason Sudeikis, right, and Brendan Hunt, were also in attendanceCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Brendan, who plays Coach Beard shrugs as his co-star bends his earCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Owener Boehly mingles with other guestsCredit: Getty Supermodel Naomi looked stunning as ever in a black jacket which she paired with some white sunglasses. Meanwhile, the coach and head coach of fictional football team AFC Richmond donned looks which wouldn't look out of place in the show. The pair rocked up in similar padded outfits to stave off the cold. Jason, who plays lead character Ted Lasso, kept track with his character and showed up...
    More On: 2020 olympics Andre De Grasse edges two Americans for Olympic gold in epic 200m final ‘Bulls–t’ sneaker controversy explodes after ‘best race in Olympic history’ 13-year-old star beat out by even younger skateboarder at Olympics Olympic gold medalist shares USA pride following historic win Before resigning in disgrace, the president of the Japanese Olympic Committee pushed to have former Yankees player Hideki Matsui light the flame in Tokyo rather than tennis star Naomi Osaka because he wanted someone who was “pure Japanese,” according to a report. “(Yoshiro) Mori wanted ‘Godzilla’ to light the Olympic flame at the end, not Naomi Osaka,” an employee for the committee claimed to The Daily Beast on condition of anonymity due to a non-disclosure agreement. The employee told the outlet that the 83-year-old had told the staff that “[Matsui] is a pure Japanese man and a baseball champion in the US and Japan—the embodiment of fighting spirit.” Osaka, who is half Japanese and half Haitian, has lived and trained in the US since age 3. Yoshiro Mori reportedly told staffers that Hideki Matsui...
    Beanie Feldstein: 5 Things to Know About the Impeachment’ Actress Here’s How Much Men vs. Women Earn at Every Age © Yukihito Taguchi-USA TODAY Sports Naomi Osaka. World No. 2 Naomi Osaka originally intended to follow her appearance at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo by participating in the National Bank Open held in Montreal that begins next Monday as she prepares to compete in the U.S. Open that starts Aug. 30.  Per The Associated Press (h/t ESPN), however, Osaka was one of several big names to pull out of that U.S. Open tuneup. No. 4 Sofia Kenin and No. 8 Iga Swiatek also withdrew from the Montreal tournament.  Osaka was set to return to touring events after she famously withdrew from the French Open because of reasons related to her mental health. She was previously fined for not participating in a post-match press obligation and threatened with disqualification from that tournament if she continued her media boycott.  Osaka didn't play at Wimbledon but competed in the Olympics, where she lost in the third round. It's believed she intends on...
    New cases are soaring in Fla., but many rural residents fear vaccine more. Warner backing small carve-out on filibuster for voting rights Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka, who lit the Olympic cauldron, defeated 52nd-ranked Zheng Saisai of China 6-1, 6-4 on Sunday in her first match of this summer's Tokyo Olympics.  © Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports Naomi Osaka (JPN) in action. Osaka hadn't played in nearly two months since she withdrew from the French Open in May to take a mental health break. She also sat out Wimbledon.  Following Sunday's win over Saisai, Osaka said she feels "refreshed" and "happy again" competing at this summer's Games following her much-needed break from competitive tennis and speaking with the media.  "More than anything else, I'm just focused on playing tennis," Osaka said, according to ESPN. "The Olympics has been a dream of mine since I was a kid, so I feel like the break that I took was very needed. I feel definitely a little bit refreshed, and I'm happy again." After Osaka withdrew from the French Open, several athletes and...
    Hideki Matsuyama, Naomi Osaka, and Abdul Hakim Sani Brown, three of Japan's biggest hopes for the Olympics. Getty Images; Getty Images; Getty Images As the host nation, all eyes will be on Japan's athletes at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Global stars like Naomi Osaka and Hideki Matsuyama will grab headlines, but other, lesser known athletes will also shine. Insider has rounded up 11 of the Japanese athletes who could make at splash at this summer's Games. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    Devon Energy Rises Amid Oil Output Uncertainty; Cramer Says Its a Buy How Often To Check Every Aspect of Your Finances in 2021 and Beyond Naomi Osaka is taking time away from the tennis court, but the world's No. 2-ranked player still has an omnipresence in pop culture. © Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports Tuesday (July 6), Netflix shared the official trailer for its three-part docuseries dropping July 16: Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Throughout the two-plus-minute clip, Osaka emotionally admits that "no one really knows all the sacrifices" she has had to make "just to be good." "I think the amount of attention that I get is kind of ridiculous," she says. "No one prepares you for that. I don't know. I feel like I'm struggling." The 23-year-old admits that she has tied her self-worth to her tennis accomplishments in the past and reflects upon her heritage as well as the reason she picked up a racket in the first place. The project was helmed by Oscar-nominated director Garrett Bradley. Osaka skyrocketed to fame...
    Now hiring: U.S. seen adding 700,000 jobs in June The Best And Worst States To Be Unemployed Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady voiced support for Naomi Osaka in an episode of HBO's "The Shop," saying he has "compassion and empathy" for the Japanese tennis star amid her mental health break.  © Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Naomi Osaka was fined $15,000 for not meeting her media requirements at the French Open, which led to her withdrawal from the tournament. Brady explained that he "went through a lot of things" in his late teens and early 20s that he "didn't know how to deal with." (Warning: Video contains inappropriate language.) Speaking about @naomiosaka, Brady: “Now as someone that’s twice her age, you have compassion and empathy for that. You hope that she can deal with that because you wouldn’t want that to take away from her true joy of playing tennis." - @HBOTheShoppic.twitter.com/A9LWyr9AEp— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) June 26, 2021 Brady added that he understands the difficulty of handling press conferences. However, he said he has never avoided the media because...
    Plane debris rains down on neighborhood after engine failure Black man sues Chicago Police Department over violent arrest We may never fully understand the degree to which Naomi Osaka’s life was upended a couple years ago when this shy, matter-of-fact young woman won a couple Grand Slams and became a global superstar almost overnight.  Unique Tip If Your Car Has Automatic Headlights Ad Microsoft The Best Flashlight We've Ever Tested Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft ...
    Princess Eugenie Shares Sweet Story Behind Son’s Name — Which Includes Tribute to Prince Philip! Jaw-Dropping Stats About the State of Retirement in America © Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images Naomi Osaka and Cordae have been dating for two years. Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images Naomi Osaka won the Australian Open on Saturday, marking her fourth Grand Slam title.  Osaka, 23, is in a relationship with rapper Cordae, 23.  The couple previously made headlines in September 2020 when Cordae cheered on Osaka at the US Open. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Naomi Osaka's tennis prowess is undeniable, but her boyfriend didn't know about her success when they met.  As part of GQ's Modern Lovers issue, Osaka and rapper Cordae got candid about navigating their relationship while making waves in their respective fields.  On Saturday, Osaka secured her fourth Grand Slam title when she defeated Jen Brady at the Australian Open. Cordae's debut album, "The Lost Boy," received two Grammy nominations for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song for his single, "Bad Idea."  According to GQ, the couple met two...
    Larry Kings wife Shawn files to be named estate administrator as will drama continues, more news This was the minimum wage the year you were born Tennis will crown its first Grand Slam singles champion of 2021 when the Australian Open holds the women's final Saturday in Melbourne. Unique Tip If Your Car Has Automatic Headlights Ad Microsoft The Best Flashlight We've Ever Tested Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft ...
    A butterfly lands on Naomi Osaka's nose during a 2021 Australian Open match. PAUL CROCK/AFP via Getty Images Naomi Osaka saved a butterfly that landed on her nose during a match at the Australian Open. Some fans — and WNBA star Sabrina Ionescu — hinted that Kobe Bryant was behind the special visitor. Stunning photos from the talented photographers at AP, Reuters, and Getty Images of Osaka and the butterfly showcase the surreality of Friday's scene. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    Proud Boys splintering after Capitol riot, revelations about leader. Will more radical factions emerge? ‘Intimidation tactic’: Georgia officials investigate groups that mobilized Black voters Naomi Osaka saved a butterfly that landed on her nose and refused to leave her during a match at the Australian Open © Daniel Pockett/Getty Images The 23-year-old star paused her game to usher a butterfly to safety, but instead of flying away, the critter landed on her nose in an adorable scene. Daniel Pockett/Getty Images A butterfly landed on Naomi Osaka during her Australian Open third-round match on Friday. The 23-year-old star paused her game to usher the little critter to safety. Instead of flying away, the butterfly landed on her nose in an adorable, surreal scene. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Naomi Osaka is a hero to tennis fans across the globe. And, now, to butterflies as well. During the second set of her Australian Open third-round contest on Friday, the 23-year-old's service routine was adorably interrupted by a buttefly that fluttered around her before landing on her left leg....
    WHITNEY Houston fans will have to wait a few more years for the release of the iconic singer's hotly-anticipated biopic. The film's title, screenwriter, director, and lead actress have been confirmed. 8Legendary Whitney Houston died in 2012Credit: Getty - Contributor What is the biopic called? The film, titled I Wanna Dance with Somebody, will be produced by Whitney’s sister-in-law and former manager, Pat Houston, on behalf of the Houston Estate, with Clive Davis, Larry Mestel, Denis O’Sullivan and McCarten also producing. 8Whitney was certified as the most awarded female artist of all time by Guinness World RecordsCredit: Time & Life Pictures Oscar-nominated Screenwriter Anthony McCarten, who wrote The Theory of Everything and Bohemian Rhapsody, will produce the script while Stella Meghie is set to direct. A press release for the film said that the film will be “very frank about the price that super-stardom exacted” while also being “the moving tale of a simple Jersey girl trying to find her way back home." When is it out? 8The Whitney Houston biopic will be titled I Wanna Dance With SomebodyCredit: Dirck Halstead The...
    23-time Grand Slam champ Serena Williams is a global icon and many people admire her. Serena has also inspired many girls to stand up and do what they want. Recently in an interview on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’, Serena was asked for advice she would give to girls who would want to follow her steps to glory. “Yeah, it’s definitely not an easy road. But you know what, I think the best advice you can do is just be strong and be devoted into what you want to do. And also, you know, just be really humble and humility will open up so many doors for you. And I think that’s the most important thing.” Serena said. Serena Williams celebrates winning her Women’s Singles third round match against Sloane Stephens. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) Naomi Osaka reveals her admiration for Serena Williams One outstanding player who has showered praises and admiration on Serena is Naomi Osaka. In a recent interview, Naomi credited Serena for making her the player she is. “I would say that if Serena wasn’t there, then...
    HUNTER Biden’s daughter said she would have slapped Trump during the debate as she blasted the president for attacking the Biden family. In a since deleted tweet, Naomi Biden issued a stinging attack on her grandfather's Republican rival after Joe Biden battled it out with Trump on Tuesday night. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 15Naomi Biden said she wanted to 'slap' Trump for the things he said about her dad 15'I wouldn't have survived 5 minutes on that stage without slapping him across the face,' she said of Trump's performanceCredit: Getty Images - Getty 15Naomi issued a stinging rebuke on Twitter "I wouldn't have survived 5 minutes on that stage without slapping him across the face - and I don't think I'm alone in thinking that," Naomi raged The 26-year-old issued a running commentary during the "train wreck" debate in Cleveland, Ohio, last night. It rapidly descended into mudslinging and personal insults as Trump targeted the Biden family, namely Hunter, 50. The president slammed Hunter's foreign business deals...
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