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    The woman who was in Daunte Wright's car with him the day he was shot has recalled her desperate efforts to revive him and apologized to his mother for turning her phone on the dying youth during a frantic video-call that day. Alayna Albrecht-Payton took the stand at the start of the second day of the trial of ex-cop Kim Potter Thursday, in testimony so emotional that the 20-year-old was at times almost unintelligible as she struggled to hold back her tears. She told the court that she and Wright, also 20, were 'just at the start' of becoming boyfriend and girlfriend having only met a couple of weeks earlier over social media. It was Albrecht-Payton who answered Wright's mother Katie Bryant's frantic calls, turning the camera of her phone onto Bryant's dying son.  Today she told the court of that call saying: 'It was his mom. She was asking what happened and I was delirious. I was screaming, 'They shot him they shot him!' and then I pointed the camera on him, and I'm so sorry I did that....
    FORMER England boss Glenn Hoddle has labelled Sir Alex Ferguson as 'unprofessional' when it came to releasing players on international duty. Manchester United legend Ferguson was often reluctant to let players leave to play for their nations, wanting them to be fully focused on bringing glory to Old Trafford. 2Hoddle came under fire from Ferguson when manager of EnglandCredit: PA 2Fergie was reluctant to release his stars for international dutyCredit: Alan Walter - The Times And while Hoddle was trying to assemble his Three Lions squad for a friendly before the 1998 World Cup, he had an angry call from the proud Scot. In his new book, 'Playmaker: My Life and the Love of Football' via the Guardian, Hoddle recalled: "There were problems getting players to report for duty at times and I had a row with Ferguson over two of his players before one friendly. "His conduct was unprofessional when we spoke on the phone. "I wasn’t going to use the players but I wanted them to join up because we were preparing for the World...
    George Clooney has said he was 'waiting for my switch to turn off' after he was in a motorcycle crash that could have killed him. Speaking to The Sunday Times in a new interview, the Hollywood icon reflected on the moment he thought was the 'last minute of my life' as well as turning 60.  Back in 2018, George was taken to hospital after he was hit by a car in Sardinia , while he was on the Italian island filming Catch 22, a TV adaptation of Joseph Heller's book of the same name. Opening up: 'I was waiting for my switch to turn off': George Clooney discussed his 2018 motorcycle accident in a new interview The crash happened when a Mercedes turned in front of him and Clooney was thrown from the bike, slamming into the windscreen.   The driver called Italian carabinieri, who sent the municipal police, an ambulance and the fire department - and while George was on the ground, he realised a crowd was gathering and people were filming him on their phones.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    IT is more than 11 years since Cesar Azpilicueta played against Cristiano Ronaldo. And the Chelsea captain will be keen to avoid a repeat of what happened when they met in LaLiga back in May 2010. 2Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid against Cesar Azpilicueta of Osasuna in 2010Credit: AFP Azpilicueta said: “I played against him when I was at Osasuna and he was at Real Madrid. “I don’t remember the score. Maybe in the Bernabeu we lost!” Indeed they did. Osasuna took an early lead but Ronaldo  equalised after twisting an equally fresh-faced Azpilicueta this way and that, then firing in a low shot. The score was 2-2 by  half-time and remained that way until Ronaldo headed an 89th-minute winner. More recently, in the group stage of the 2018 World Cup, Azpilicueta was watching from the Spain bench when Ronaldo completed a hat-trick with a late free-kick equaliser for Portugal in a 3-3 draw. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has kept up that happy habit of grabbing crucial late goals since rejoining United. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST...
    IT’S a fast start for Giovanni van Bronckhorst as a new era gets up and running at Rangers. The new Gers gaffer has only had time for TWO training sessions so far as he attempts to get everyone “on-board” with his philosophy. The Dutchman has also met the media twice as he pulls a team together to face Sparta Prague tomorrow night. The start of the January transfer market is just FIVE weeks away, but until then you can keep up to date with all the reaction and the latest news from Ibrox via SunSport’s live blog. Topics Frank Lampard Steven Gerrard Premier League Sport Live Blogs Aston Villa Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) More from The Sun JUST TREAT Where to buy a Just Eat gift card and which shops sell them? Uncategorized XMAS CHEER Disney...
    The most notable director/actor collaborations This City Emits the Most Carbon Dioxide in the World “Knew he was gonna be a Cav.”That’s one stacked Little League gameLong before he became one of the deadliest long-range shooters in NBA history, Klay Thompson struggled with his accuracy on the baseball diamond. Earlier this month, Thompson had a chance to visit his former elementary school when the Warriors were in Portland for their preseason opener. He found his old class picture in the hallway, shot some jumpers in the gym and went to check out the baseball field where he used to play Little League games. And Thompson wasn’t the only future NBA star to play baseball there. “I faced Kevin Love here,” Thompson recalled. “I was pitching, he was batting. I beaned him. Right in the back. “Knew he was going to be a Cav.” Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Klay wasn’t kidding, either. Love confirmed on Instagram that he took a fastball right to the shoulder in one of their heated games...
    FORMER CHELSEA striker Demba Ba revealed his first contract was worth just £900-a-month and was rejected by a host of British clubs as a teenager. The Paris-born Senegalese international had a difficult start to life as a professional footballer. 2Ba moved to England after Ralf Rangnick resigned at HoffenheimCredit: PA Starting off in France, Ba earned himself a contract worth £900-a-month at fourth tier side Rouen. But recalls having to borrow money just to feed himself in the first month. Speaking to The Athletic, Ba said: "My first contract at Rouen (in the French fourth division) had been for €1,063 net, per month, and I had to borrow €300 in the first month for food." Ba had trials at the likes of Watford, Barnsley, Swansea and Gillingham as a teenager, but never ended up getting offered a deal. The 36-year-old says the teams felt they already had players like him in the squad. He continued: "Ninety per cent of the time, the feedback I got was, ‘We have the same quality of player in the squad already.’ Most read...
    DOG the Bounty Hunter cried as he recalled his 23-year-old daughter’s death 15 years ago and revealed that the delay in Gabby Petito’s autopsy may be an “act of mercy.” The 68-year-old reality TV star lost the eldest of his twelve children, Barbara Katy, in a car crash on the eve of his fifth marriage.  5Dog the Bounty Hunter during an interview with The Sun last weekCredit: John Chapple - Commissioned by The Sun US digital edition 5Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito pictured during their travelsCredit: Social Media - Refer to source 5Barbara Katy Chapman died in 2006Credit: Findagrave He exclusively told The Sun last week that the complete details of her death in the crash were not initially passed on, allowing him time to grieve before learning of the full extent of Barbara Katy’s injuries.  “I have never seen the findings of an autopsy take this long to announce,” Dog said of Gabby’s case.  “I know that my daughter was killed at the same age and for a few weeks they didn’t tell me that the car actually rolled...
    A Good Samaritan who found a missing toddler safe three days after he vanished in Texas has recalled finding the naked youngster, as survival experts say the boy's age may have helped keep him alive.    Jim Halfin has been revealed as the rescuer who discovered Christopher Ramirez, 3, in thick undergrowth around 10 years off Texas Highway 249, five miles from the toddler's home, where he disappeared last Wednesday.  He gave an anonymous interview after finding Christopher, but has since come forward to share his identity and story in greater detail.   Halfin, speaking to Good Morning America on Monday, called the rescue a miracle and an act of divine intervention. 'God laid it on my heart to go look, to reunite that boy with his mom,' the Good Samaritan explained. 'I don't know what to make of it. All I know is he was found safe. When I picked him up he was still talkin' — he wasn't shaking, he wasn't nervous. Maybe he just sensed "I've been found"...I don't know.' It remains unclear exactly how Ramirez managed to survive on...
    LIONEL MESSI has recalled the 'extremely difficult' moment he was told he had to leave Barcelona. The Argentine, 34, had agreed reduced terms in order to stay with Ronald Koeman's side. 2Lionel Messi was in tears during his Barcelona exit press conferenceCredit: Rex But when he arrived to sign on the dotted line, the six-time Ballon d'Or winner was told that Barca simply couldn't afford it. Recalling the moment, he told France Football: "I didn't expect it at all. "In my head, I was going to go [back to Barcelona], sign and start training straight away. "I thought that everything was set and I just needed to sign it. But when I got there, they told me that it wasn't possible anymore. "They told me that I couldn't stay and that I'd have to find a new club because they couldn't renew my contract. It changed my plans. "It was extremely difficult to accept. To think that we were going to have to leave our home, the family were going to have their routines turned upside down, the kids...
    Emily Ratajkowski has opened up about the effects of being sexualized from a young age, recalling how a middle school teacher once snapped her bra and how a casting director remarked to her as a teenager that she looked like she 'gets f***ked.' Emily, 30, shares the candid details in her upcoming book, My Body, reflecting on how adults felt comfortable making sexual comments to her even when she was underage — and how it wasn't long before she became aware of the interested attention of men. The model and actress noted that while others sexualized her, her parents, too, seemed incredibly fixated on her good looks, leading her in turn to focus much of her attention on her own beauty. 'Beauty was a way for me to be special,' she wrote, according to the New York Post. 'When I was special, I felt my parents’ love for me the most.' Candid: Emily Ratajkowski has opened up about the effects of being sexualized from a young age Young: She started modeling at age 14 (pictured) and said that even as a...
    Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo launched her new podcast Tell Me on Wednesday, where she opened up about a nasty on-set fight with director Denzel Washington. The 66-year-old actor and filmmaker made his TV directing debut on a 2016 episode of Grey's Anatomy dubbed The Sound of Silence, and the Oscar winner didn't immediately get along with 51-year-old actress. Pompeo opened up about the altercation with Patrick Dempsey on one of three new episodes of Tell Me released on Wednesday, revealing getting Denzel to direct was a tactic to try and convince Pompeo to stay on the show. Ellen on Denzel: Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo launched her new podcast Tell Me on Wednesday, where she opened up about a nasty on-set fight with director Denzel Washington TV debut: The 66-year-old actor and filmmaker made his TV directing debut on a 2016 episode of Grey's Anatomy dubbed The Sound of Silence, and the Oscar winner didn't immediately get along with 51-year-old actress
    Daniel Craig's James Bond co-star Darwin Shaw has revealed how the 007 actor was packed with adrenaline on his first day on set that he punched Shaw with a clenched fist to the skull and sent him staggering back into a toiletry cubicle. In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Shaw said Craig was so enthusiastic when they filmed Casino Royale that his kicks and punches during fight scenes were real. Shaw, cast as terrorist Fisher - Bond's first kill, praised Craig’s intensity, steel, focus and 18 hour work day ethic while also being 'kind, caring and cool' to his cast mates and crew. Looking back: Daniel Craig's James Bond co-star Darwin Shaw has revealed how the 007 actor was packed with adrenaline on his first day on set that he punched Shaw with a clenched fist to the skull Recalling how Craig punched straight on the forehead during their ferocious fight scene as they pushed for the fight to look authentic, he laughed: 'The first takes went well, but they were pushing to make it look more real. 'So we shot...
    Ringo Starr has paid tribute to the late Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts, who died last month aged 80 surrounded by his friends and family.  'He was a beautiful human being,' The Beatles musician, 81, said of his fellow drummer as he recalled their days of wild partying together in the 70s.   Speaking to MailOnline to promote his new EP Change The World, Ringo said: 'Charlie was a great guy and a lot of fun and he had a harder band than I did to keep together.'  'He was a beautiful human being': Ringo Starr has paid tribute to the late Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts and recalled their days of wild partying together in the 70s (pictured in 2019)  Looking back fondly on one memorable night with Charlie and Led Zeppelin's John Bonham, Ringo said: 'I had a party in the 70s and I had a drum kit up in the attic. 'Charlie came and so did John Bonham and so we’ve got three drummers just hanging out and Bonham got on the kit.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has been warned upcoming foe Oleksandr Usyk has 'better' movement than WBC heavyweight champ Tyson Fury. Joshua will defend his unified heavyweight titles against the undefeated Ukrainian on Saturday night in front of a sold-out crowd at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. 5Oleksandr Usyk will challenge Anthony Joshua for the unified heavyweight titles this weekendCredit: MATCHROOM BOXING 5NINTCHDBPICT000497992231Credit: Reuters 5Dave Allen sparred with Oleksandr Usyk during his time in UkraineCredit: [email protected]_21 On paper, fleet-footed Olympic gold medallist Usyk will be one of the toughest tests of Joshua's glittering career. And Brit Dave Allen reckons his former sparring partner is more than capable of bamboozling AJ with his footwork. He told talkSPORT: "Monday – I arrived Monday – and we did two-minute rounds on Monday. “I’m here to do to a job, but I don’t want a headache, I don’t want black eyes and I don’t want my career shortening with sparring. “So Monday and Wednesday I looked after myself. I boxed him and I didn’t really get hit very much because I’m not here for that. “Friday they say,...
    More On: prince philip Prince Harry, Prince William pay tribute to Prince Philip in new doc Royal family was ‘pleased’ Meghan Markle didn’t attend Prince Philip’s funeral William, Kate had a ‘difficult time’ following Prince Philip’s death ‘Hardest part’ of Philip’s funeral was not being able to hug the Queen, grandson says In a new BBC documentary, Prince Charles reveals exactly what he said to his late father, Prince Philip, shortly before the patriarch passed away this April, The Daily Mail reports. One day before Philip’s death, Charles claims that he and the longest-serving royal consort in British history discussed his 100th birthday plans, much to the Duke of Edinburgh’s chagrin. “We’re talking about your birthday,” Charles claims to have told his father in “Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers.” “Well, I’ve got to be alive for it, haven’t I?” Philip challenged, only for Charles to respond, “I knew you’d say that!” The next day, Prince Philip died at the age of 99. “It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death...
    Ryan Fischer cared for pop icon Lady Gaga's French bulldogs before his life changed in February during what was supposed to be a normal walk. Fischer was walking singer's dogs in Hollywood when he was approached by two masked men, one of whom was carrying a gun. Fischer struggled with the men before one of them fired a single shot that pierced Fischer's lung before fleeing with two of the dogs. In his first television interview, Fischer described to "CBS Mornings" co-host Gayle King how badly he was wounded. "It was a severe one shot. And when I went back, cause I had to go back to the hospital a second time to have the surgery cause my lung had collapsed, the people in the ER who I'd seen that night told me that they didn't think I was gonna survive that night," he recalled. "So and I had felt that, cause I had, I was very awake during, while they were operating on me that night. But just to hear them say it, it was, it makes it...
    The Coziest Bed Sheets on Amazon That’ll Stop Your Tossing and Turning FanDuel Picks Week 2: NFL DFS lineup advice for daily fantasy football GPP tournaments © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Todd Rundgren did not hold back as he recalled working with Kanye West during the creation of the rapper's 10th studio album Donda, which was released in late August. Speaking to UCR, the 73-year-old musician labeled West a 'dilettante' and said he stepped away from the project in July due to lack of 'feedback' from West on his contributions. Later in the interview, Rundgren claimed that West's hurried approach to Donda stemmed from fear over his rap rival Drake 'one-upping him' with the release of Certified Lover Boy on September 3. © Provided by Daily Mail Opening up: Todd Rundgren did not hold back as he recalled working with Kanye West during the creation of the rapper's 10th studio album Donda, which was released in late August; pictured in 2008 'My involvement went on for a year, and in the end I realized why they hurriedly wrapped the whole thing...
    A United Airlines pilot, who came from Afghanistan to the US when he was nine, broke down in a raw emotional video after landing in Ramstein Air Base to rescue Afghan evacuees.   While fighting back tears, First Officer Zak K. said, 'I'm already getting very emotional and choked up in anticipation of facing our passengers. 'I know what an arduous and difficult journey that they have endured and the uncertainty that they face and the pain of leaving loved ones behind.' Zak paused for a moment to collect himself.  'So, I'm just going to have to pull myself together here and focus on the mission. And the mission is to get them as safely and as comfortably to their new homes.' Zak K. and his crew after landing in Ramstein Air Base in Germany The 57-second video has been shared over 5,700 times on Twitter, and Zak's honest moment of vulnerability has the Twitterverse praising him as a hero.    A United Airlines spokesperson told DailyMail.com that Zak returned safely to the US as one of five completed United Airlines missions...
    Sorry, Warby Parker, These Are the 8 Best Places to Buy Cheap Glasses Online Cowboys QB Dak Prescotts fear of mascots revealed on Hard Knocks © Provided by People John Shearer/Getty Images Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Tim McGraw has been sober since 2008, and the country star says it was hitting rock bottom and turning to wife Faith Hill for support that helped get him to the place he is today. McGraw, 54, recalled a difficult moment during his battle with alcoholism in a new interview with Esquire, and said he was struck with fear after waking up early to drink. "I remember a moment when I was getting out of bed and going to the liquor cabinet and taking a big shot at 8:00 in the morning and thinking, I have to wake the kids up," he said, referring to daughters Gracie, 24, Maggie, 23, and Audrey, 19, whom he shares with Hill. The "Humble and Kind" singer said the moment made him turn immediately to Hill, his wife of nearly 25 years, for help and support. © Provided...
    That winter of 1965, the Rolling Stones had just released Satisfaction, seemingly the most smutty single ever. It wasn’t actually smutty at all — the most suggestive thing about it was the title — but they were at a peak of notoriety encouraged by their manager, Andrew Oldham, who realised that fans wanted something edgier than the family-friendly Beatles. Soon afterwards they did a gig at the ABC Cinema in Stockton-on-Tees and that’s where I first met Charlie Watts, interviewing him and the rest of the band backstage as a cub reporter for a northern newspaper. With the press depicting them as scruffy and dirty, I expected to be greeted by a bunch of grunting Neanderthals, but Charlie was the most hygienic, fragrant and well-dressed pop musician you could wish to meet. The others were more wacky but even Brian Jones, the prototype rock star, washed his hair twice a day and they were all perfectly nice to me, even signing a page of my notebook. I first met Charlie Watts, interviewing him and the rest of the band...
    Drone Day! Ryan Dorsey Is Teaching Son Josey How to Build Things Early Flex Modification: What to know about the Fannie, Freddie loan modification program A smirk on his face, Carmelo Anthony turned his head to the floor and said the same words three consecutive times.  “The greatest,” he said. “The greatest, the greatest.”  In an Aug. 19 appearance with former NBA players Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson on “All The Smoke,” a podcast on “the most polarizing topics in and around the game of basketball” on Showtime, Anthony was quick to throw that praise on Kobe Bryant, who would have turned 43 years old on Monday.  Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26, 2020, and Anthony had a “very close” relationship, according to the latter player, who said their bond grew significantly as teammates on the United State’s men’s basketball team during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.  pic.twitter.com/esDT1iRovR — Carmelo Anthony (@carmeloanthony) August 23, 2021 MORE: Celebrating Kobe Bryant’s life, legacy and impact But there were not always pleasant exchanges between the two. Arguably their most memorable matchup...
    Paul Anka has been doing it his way for decades – and he has zero plans to slow down. The celebrated singer turned the big 8-0 on July 30 and fans from across the country came together to celebrate his influence in music with a special birthday tribute. Not missing a beat, the star recently released a new album, titled "Making Memories," which is now available on all streaming platforms. It features duets with artists including Olivia Newton-John, Michael Bublé and Andrea Bocelli. FORMER ‘PRICE IS RIGHT’ HOST BOB BARKER, 97, GETS CANDID ON THE GAME SHOW’S LEGACY ‘THERE WAS MUCH TO LOVE’ "It’s just good to still be doing what you’ve loved, doing [it] all your life, and being recognized by your friends and fans," Anka told Fox News. "… People who have reached out to me, I don’t want them to go unnoticed. They were very much a part of the whole scene." Anka explained that the concept for the new album came from the past year when he was surrounded by nostalgia while isolating at home. "You...
    GERD MULLER wrote his name into the history books time and time again - especially when he scored the winning goal in the 1974 World Cup final.  The heroic striker tragically passed away at the age of 75. 10 Germany and Bayern Munich legend Gerd Muller is one of the most lethal strikers of all-timeCredit: Michael Donald 10 But photo-journalist Michael Donald also found the diminutive star to also be much more modest than may be expectedCredit: Michael Donald But four years before his sad death, Muller opened up on his finest hour: hitting the back of the net to crown West Germany as world champs. Despite more than 700 career goals and 14 major honours, he even admitted his crippling pre-match nerves after a fortune-teller predicted the Netherlands would win. West Germany were up against one of the greatest sides of all-time, Rinus Michels and Johan Cruyff's side that pioneered 'Total Football'. The Dutch side had breezed to the final, dismantling Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay on the way with a brand of football never seen before. The Netherlands were...
    When one comes across such iconic characters with a specific profile, it is not surprising that something like this happens, at least at the time when Henry Cavill considered playing the quintessential British spy. Now we have Daniel Craig, an interpreter who has broken the mold a bit, but in his day all the actors who managed to take the role of James Bond were cut by the same pattern. There are the dark ones and certainly slim Pierce Brosnan or Timothy Dalton, perfect examples of what was sought in casting. Perhaps this is the reason why Cavill did not take the comments that he received after his audition for the role, a long time ago. It is not the first time that this actor, who in the update gives life to characters as recognizable as Superman or the protagonist of ‘The Witcher’, talks about what happened when he ran into the juicy opportunity. Craig also showed up at that screen test and we already know how the matter ended. For his part, Cavill was 21 years old and...
    Alexia Echevarria has opened up about her relationship with 'cocaine cowboy' Pedro 'Pegy' Rosello, recalling how the drug kingpin paid for her $42,000 engagement ring in cash before his arrest.   The former Real Housewives of Miami star, 54, was interviewed for Netflix's explosive new docuseries Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami, which chronicles the rise and fall of Augusto 'Willy' Falcon and Salvador 'Sal' Magulota's cocaine empire. Known as 'Los Muchachos,' the Miami-based drug traffickers brought in more than 75 tons worth of cocaine in the United States from Colombia in the 1980s with the help of their associates — including Pegy.  Scroll down for video   Candid: Alexia Echevarria (L)opened up about her relationship with her ex-husband, drug dealer  Pedro 'Pegy' Rosello (R), in Netflix's new series Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami Looking back: Alexia insisted that she 'never suspected' Pegy was dealing drugs when they started dating in 1987, saying he 'did not look like a drug dealer' Pegy met Sal and Willy as a teen through his sister Gina Rosello, who dated and later married Willy's brother...
    A former federal prosecutor revealed in a new report that she believes New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tried to hinder her efforts to lead an investigation of New York state government corruption that he himself picked her for because she was digging into his political allies. Danya Perry told the New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow that when she was chief of investigations for the Moreland Commission in 2014, Cuomo and his aides used the same tactics demonstrated in his response to recent scandals in attempting to thwart her investigation. CUOMO IMPEACHMENT: NY DEMOCRATS CANNOT ‘SLOW WALK’ GOVERNOR'S OUSTER AFTER DAMINING AG REPORT, STEFANIK SAYS "Every single thing I’ve seen in the past couple of months was foreshadowed," Perry said. "He obstructed, he lied, he bullied, he threatened," she explained. "It’s an M.O., and all of the different components of it — he tried them on for size with Moreland." Those alleged methods, the report said, included Cuomo personally telling Perry to back off from pursuing criminal cases and even calling the White House complaining about then-U.S. Attorney for the Southern District...
    MARTIN BRAITHWAITE has recalled the horrific moment that he feared Denmark team-mate Christian Eriksen had died on the pitch alongside him. The Danish talisman, 29, suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch in the 43rd minute of his side's Euro 2020 clash with Finland in Copenhagen on June 12. 4Martin Braithwaite has relived the harrowing scenes of June 12Credit: Getty 4Eriksen would recover in hospital in Copenhagen before having an ICD fittedCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source Braithwaite, 30, witnessed the moment first hand - and initially thought his pal was dead. In a new documentary series, produced by Lucky Metal and 433, the Barcelona ace has recounted the horrific scenes from his perspective. He said: "I have experienced one of the most terrible situations in my life. "What was meant to be the biggest sports event in Danish history turned out just to be a nightmare. "What happened that night shocked a lot of people." He then relived the most harrowing moment of all, before revealing that he turned to God in the immediate aftermath. Braithwaite continued: "There...
    CONOR MCGREGOR has revealed his leg was fractured before he even stepped into the cage to take on Dustin Poirier. The Irish superstar broke his leg at the end of the first round of the trilogy bout on Saturday night in Las Vegas. 4Conor McGregor shared a video on Instagram while he took a ride around CaliforniaCredit: Instagram / @thenotoriousmma McGregor was pulled out of the fight and underwent surgery to repair the damage. The 33-year-old posted a lengthy video on Instagram today riding a mobility scooter around California while sharing some thoughts. And he revealed what happened to his leg that caused it to break in the Octagon at UFC 264. McGregor said: "I was injured going into the fight. People have been asking me 'when was the leg broke?'. "Ask Dana White, ask the UFC, ask UFC head doctor Dr Jeff Davidson - they knew I had stress fractures in my leg going into that cage. "We were debating pulling out because I was sparring with no shinpads and kicked a knee a few times, so...
    George W. Bush kicked off his 75th birthday celebrations on the Today show on Tuesday, recalling how his family threw him a dance party at Camp David for his 60th and the 'poo-poo cushion' his daughter Jenna Bush Hager had bought him one year.   The former President joined a video call from the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, to have a laugh-filled chat with Jenna, 39, and her co-host Hoda Kotb, 56, during the show's fourth hour.  Bush joked that his birthdays aren't as celebrated as they were in the 'old days,' but he noted that his wife, Laura, and Jenna's twin sister, Barbara, had both wished him a happy birthday that morning.    Big day: Former President George W. Bush celebrated his 75th birthday on the Today show on Tuesday, joining a video chat with his daughter Jenna Bush Hager and her co-host Hoda Kotb  Memories: The former president recalled how Jenna, 39, bought him a 'poo-poo cushion' one year, and she corrected her dad, explaining that it was a 'whoopee cushion' When asked if he...
    Getty Sebastian Joseph-Day grasps onto Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson during a December 2020 NFC West game. The first head football coach to see potential in Los Angeles Rams nose tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day wasn’t Sean McVay or former Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood. It was a coach who saw a massive lineman standing on the sidelines not playing when breaking down film: His high school football head coach at Stroudsburg High in Pennsylvania Joe Bernard. Joseph-Day reflected back on his prep football journey in a Rams video released on the team website during the weekend of June 25. Bernard joined the video to share what he remembers of “Bash.” The fourth-year nose tackle recalled a former Pittsburgh Panther strength consultant who had the task of resurrecting a football program that was enduring a regime change from a man who directed 13 conference titles at the school. And “Bash” recalls little warm fuzzies about Bernard. “First impression of coach Bernard: Hard a**, hard a** boy. He was playing no games,” Joseph-Day said in the video. Yet, Joseph-Day eventually saw...
    If Liam Neeson wanted to marry Natasha Richardson, he had to turn down one specific acting role: James Bond. The 69-year-old actor shared the tidbit once again during an interview on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" Thursday. Neeson was apparently approached for the role years ago, explaining he "got a couple of calls" from producer Barbara Broccoli. "But I wasn't offered it. I know they were looking at various actors, and I apparently was among them," Neeson noted. "However, my dear, departed wife did say to me … ‘Darling, if you’re offered James Bond and you’re going to play it, you’re not going to marry me.’" Neeson ultimately took his name out of the 007 ring and the paired tied the knot in 1994. The couple went on to have two sons: Micheál and Daniel. NATASHA RICHARDSON’S SON MICHEÁL RECALLS THE PAIN OF LOSING HIS MOTHER: IT REALLY ‘MESSES WITH YOUR MIND’ Also during the interview, Neesom shared that after arguments he would playfully tease his late wife by humming the James Bond theme song as he held...
    Georgia authorities identify a grocery store cashier killed after a face mask dispute China blames minor fuel rod damage for nuclear plant issues © Provided by People getty (2) Kelsey Grammer and Paris Jackson Kelsey Grammer has a soft spot for his The Space Between costar Paris Jackson. Grammer, 66, revealed in an Extra interview Tuesday that he met Paris, 23, when she was a child after the actor bumped into her late father Michael Jackson at a Waldorf Hotel. "I was checking into the Waldorf and there was Michael [Jackson]. He was recording something. It was just the sweetest moment," Grammer recalled of meeting Paris for the first time. "He stopped to say hello. We sort of shook hands and he had his little mask on but then she said, 'Daddy.'" Michael attempted to shield Paris and her brothers, Prince and BG, from the cameras by having them wear masks in public as children. Grammer started to cry as he went on to share, "He just took her in his arms and said, 'Oh, hello, little one.' She...
    Brad Pitt left an unforgettable impression on Susan Sarandon. The actress starred in the 1991 film "Thelma & Louise" alongside Geena Davis, a trailblazing classic about two women who embark on a road trip that soon devolves into a crime spree. The movie, which just celebrated its 30th anniversary, also features a young Pitt, who starred as a cowboy drifter. Sarandon recently told Extra that the 57-year-old’s performance surprised her. "When I saw the film, the part that really impressed me, in addition to his good looks and great body, was his sense of humor because he really fleshed that part out in a way that wasn’t necessarily in the script," the 74-year-old explained. "I thought, ‘Ah, this guy’s interesting, you know, he’s not just a really gorgeous face.’" ANGELINA JOLIE UPSET COURT DIDN'T LET KIDS TESTIFY IN CUSTODY CASE: SOURCE Brad Pitt smiling in a scene from the film ‘Thelma & Louise', 1991. (Photo by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Getty Images) "He took it as a character part and as we can see from his career, he really continued to push the...
    NOEL Gallagher knew the final fight that ended megaband Oasis would lead to a public 's*** storm'. Noel, 53, and and his brother Liam shot to fame in 1991 as part of English rock group Oasis. 7Noel Gallagher, 53, has opened up about the moment he decided to leave OasisCredit: Getty The brothers' famous feuds lasted from the early days of the band in 1994 all the way through to their split in 2009. But it was a fight in Paris that was the death knell for the band, with Noel describing it as "the straw that broke the camel’s back, really." During their time in the band a number of incidents occurred including them both quitting the band temporarily, fighting and harsh words being thrown at each other in interviews. Speaking in an upcoming Sky Arts programme called, Noel Gallagher: Out Of The Now, he said: "Oasis tours were always about the struggle anyway. " 7The brothers got into their final row as a band in 2009Credit: PA 7Noel said he was sitting in the back of a car when he made the decision to quit OasisCredit: Alamy "The...
    AMY Winehouse's pal Tyler James was in tears on This Morning today as he recalled their "massive argument" and "walking out on her" before she died. Next month marks a decade since the tragic singer passed away at just 27 from alcohol poisoning. 3Amy Winehouse's pal Tyler James in tears as he recalls their 'massive argument' and 'walking out on her' before she died Tyler — who lived with the singer who he met when they were both at theatre school as kids — said he death wasn't "inevitable" and she was close to beating her addictions. Speaking on This Morning today, he shared: "That's something people think with Amy, that what happened was inevitable. The last three years she didn't touch drugs, I could see she started to replace drugs with alcohol, but she was just about to get over that hill. "She would be sober for five weeks and then she would relapse for three days ... whenever she relapsed I'd leave, becase I was worried she would think I was supporting that. So I'd leave and within...
    A former British footballer revealed how he moved his family to Shanghai to help set up China's foster care system.  Robert Glover, from Guernsey, played for Norwich City in his youth and moved on to Portsmouth FC, before injury halted his football career, and started coaching children from disadvantaged backgrounds.  This led to a career in social work and setting up his charity Care for Children, which is documented tonight in Children of Shanghai, airing at 7pm on Sky Documentaries. During a visit to China in the late 1990s, Robert - who's been awarded and OBE for his work - was struck by the fact that orphans were abandoned and kept in big orphanages where they had little prospects for a better life.    Married to his wife Liz and with six children, the charity founder decided to uproot his life and move to China in 1998 to work as a consultant to the Shanghai government to help set up a foster care system and find adoptive families.  Children of Shanghai, airing tonight on Sky, looks back at Robert's endeavour and...
    THOMAS TUCHEL’S journey to a Champions League final is a familiar one but the story behind it is unique. The reasons why Chelsea’s animated German manager can approach such a momentous test of nerve and character with such easy cool are rooted in his past. 6Borussia Dortmund's bus was attacked in 2017Credit: EPA 6Thomas Tuchel was in charge of the German club that dayCredit: AP:Associated Press Facing Manchester City and all their wealth as underdogs in the biggest club match in the world holds no fear when you have faced death. Tuchel walked away when three pipe bombs were hurled at the Borussia Dortmund team bus on its way to a Champions League quarter-final in 2017. The culprit, Sergej Wenergold, driven by a lunatic lust for money, stood to make millions if the share price of the club fell as a result of his barbaric act. It didn’t. He was caught and Tuchel insists an event that should leave indelible mental scars barely registers in his thoughts just a few years on. The fact Chelsea’s quirky and charming head coach...
    Prince Harry understands what it's like facing a loved one who is experiencing suicidal thoughts. The Duke of Sussex, who has been candid about his own mental health struggles, appeared on a bonus episode of his Apple TV+ mental health series, "The Me You Can’t See," which was released on Thursday night. The 36-year-old spoke about the fear and shame that some people may feel for not knowing how to respond when their loved one is struggling. "So many people are afraid of being on the receiving end of that conversation because they don’t feel like they have the right tools to give the right advice," said Harry, as quoted by U.K.’s DailyMail.   PRINCE HARRY, OPRAH WINFREY HOST ‘THE ME YOU CAN’T SEE’ DISCUSSION WITH LADY GAGA, GLENN CLOSE "But what you [want] to say is, ‘You’re there,’" he shared. "Listen, because listening and being part of that conversation is without doubt the best first step that you can take." Meghan Markle previously admitted to her husband Prince Harry she was experiencing thoughts of self-harm. (AP) In an...
    Matthew Perry said he "sweated" and experienced "convulsions" while filming every episode of "Friends" during the show’s heyday. The 51-year-old actor admitted as much during the series’ long-overdue cast reunion that he often felt like was "going to die" while playing the role of Chandler Bing on the beloved sitcom due to the fact the show was taped in front of a live studio audience and he feared onlookers wouldn’t find him funny enough. The show ran from 1994 to 2004.  "To me, I felt like I was going to die if they didn't laugh," he said when fellow castmates David Schwimmer and Courteney Cox admitted they thrived under the pressure of performing live takes.  "It's not healthy, for sure, but I would sometimes say a line and they wouldn't laugh and I would sweat and just go into convulsions if I didn't get the laugh I was supposed to get," Perry added. "I would freak out." 'FRIENDS' REUNION TRAILER LEAVES FANS CONCERNED ABOUT MATTHEW PERRY Friends Reunion special featuring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, David...
    Antwainese Square, 39, had set out on a morning power walk in Dallas's Mountain Creek neighborhood Saturday when she discovered Cash Gernon's lifeless body on the street The female passerby who discovered the body of four-year-old Cash Gernon in Dallas on Saturday, has recalled finding the boy lying in a pool of blood with 'ants crawling all over his little bare feet' shortly after he was kidnapped, stabbed to death, and dumped on the street.  Antwainese Square, 39, said she had been on a power walk around the city's Mountain Creek neighborhood around 6:45am when she suddenly stumbled upon what she initially believed was the body of an animal.  'At first I thought what I saw was a dog, but as I got closer I started noticing things, like a hand. And I just started screaming,' Square told DailyMail.com.  Less than two hours earlier, police say Cash had been snatched from his bedroom in a nearby house by 18-year-old Darriynn Brown who allegedly stabbed the toddler to death with an 'edged weapon.' Brown, who was already wearing an ankle...
    GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (KABC) -- New details are emerging about how good Samaritans stopped a 43-year-old Anaheim man accused of attempting to kill his estranged wife at their son's sporting event in Garden Grove.Russel Husges was arrested after he went to Chapman Sports Complex last Friday armed with knives in each of his hands and came up behind the victim, according to the Garden Grove Police Department. The woman was alerted by her son that her husband was coming up behind her in the stands."When she turned and looked, she saw the suspect walking up behind her holding kitchen knives in each of his hands," police said. "She immediately stood up and ran away from him, onto the playing field, and screaming for help."Dozens were there as the woman ran away from the man. Other parents and a flag football coach stepped in to help and subdue Husges.RELATED: OC man arrested after allegedly trying to attack wife with kitchen knives at son's sporting eventEMBED More News Videos A 43-year-old Anaheim man was arrested earlier this week in Garden Grove for...
    Seth Rogen embarrassed himself when he first tried to meet Beyoncé. REUTERS / Kevork Djansezian / Jordan Strauss / Invision / AP Seth Rogen said he was "humiliated" the first time he tried to meet Beyoncé. He said he rushed over to her at the Grammy Awards, but was intercepted by her security guard. The guard hit him so hard, he said, that he spilled his drink all over himself. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Things didn't quite go to plan when Seth Rogen first tried to meet Beyoncé. In an interview with E! News' Daily Pop, where Rogen promoted his new memoir "Year Book," he said he was "humiliated" when he tried to introduce himself to the superstar at the Grammy Awards about 13 years ago. "I was at the Grammys, and I saw Beyoncé with Gwyneth Paltrow actually and they were together," he said. "I charged over. Instinct took over, I was like, 'I've got to go say hi.'" Rogen said Beyoncé's security guard spotted him rushing over, and intercepted him. "I was hit...
    Englands oldest hit makers: The 25 greatest English rock bands 10 VA Benefits Every Military Family Should Know About © Provided by Sports Illustrated He made a bold leaving for NFL Network 1. With Kenny Mayne announcing his departure from ESPN this week after 27 years with the company, I asked Rich Eisen about life after leaving the Worldwide Leader on this week’s SI Media Podcast, which dropped Thursday morning Eisen worked at ESPN from 1996 to 2003 before leaving for NFL Network, which, at the time, was just an upstart. One fan was very concerned about Eisen’s transition even several months after he’d made the job switch. The exchange went like this: Fan: I watch you every day. Eisen: Really? You have NFL Network? Fan: What are you talking about? What’s NFL Network? You’re not on SportsCenter anymore? Eisen: No, I left last May. Fanb Are you all right? Obviously, things worked out just fine for Eisen, who has been at NFL Network for 18 years and just hosted yet another NFL draft. During the podcast, Eisen explained...
    Prince Harry revealed the three moments throughout his life that he felt he had no control during an appearance on “The Armchair Expert” podcast. “One, when I was a kid in the back of the car with my mom being chased by paparazzi, two was in Afghanistan in an Apache helicopter and then the third one was with my wife,” Prince Harry recalled in the episode published Thursday. Prince Harry is a guest on @daxshepard’s #ArmchairExpert podcast this week, talking about his approach to mental health issues, acknowledging unconcious bias, growing up with privilege, and how healing it is to perform a service for someone. LISTEN:https://t.co/Gka1lqkZFj — Omid Scobie (@scobie) May 13, 2021 “And those were the moments in my life where, yeah, feeling helpless hurts,” he continued. “It really hurts, and that’s when you think to yourself, ‘Sh*t, like, I got the privilege. I got the platform. I got the influence, and even I can’t fix this. I can’t change this.'” (RELATED: Prince Harry Wanted To ‘Rock The Boat’ With Oprah Winfrey Interview, Royal Expert Says) Prince Harry...
    (CNN)Comedians Chris Rock and Chris Farley were great friends in their seven years together on "Saturday Night Live" in the 90s. In a new interview with Esquire, Rock says that before Farley died of an overdose in December 1997, he knew his friend didn't have long to live.Rock told the story behind an old photo of himself, Adam Sandler, Farley, and David Spade at Rock's "Bring the Pain" comedy tour. They were in Los Angeles and Rock said it was one of the last times he saw Farley alive."This looks like one of the last times I saw Chris alive," Rock told the publication. "I would see him one more time when I did a gig in Chicago. We tried to hang out afterwards, but... I don't know if you've ever really hung out with an addict. Towards the end, anything that isn't the drug is a chore."He said their last night last night together was at Farley's apartment."He was showing me his apartment. I leave, I see him out the window, and I was like, 'That's probably the last...
    OCEAN CITY, Md. (WJZ) — A joyous occasion. The good Samaritan and the first responders who saved a baby after a crash along the Route 90 bridge in Ocean City, Maryland reunited on Friday afternoon. The Ocean City Fire Department hosted good Samaritan, Jonathan Bauer, who saved an 18-month-old girl after the serious crash on the Route 90 bridge last weekend and his family. The infant was ejected into the water in her car seat, while the vehicle she was riding in dangled over the side of the bridge. READ MORE: Toddler Injured In Ocean City Bridge Crash Out Of Hospital Good Samaritan, Jonathan, rescued an 18-month-old girl from the water after a crash in Ocean City. Jonathan spoke about how he and daughter, Ava, were initially involved in the chain-reaction crash. As he looked around to make sure his daughter and others at the scene were OK, he heard someone screaming for help. A baby had fallen into the water after the crash. Although initially she was facing up, she flipped over and Jonathan knew he needed to take...
    Luke Bryan doesn’t find himself entangled in many rumor mills and this one certainly takes the cake for the "American Idol" cohost. During an episode of the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Tuesday, the country star, 44, told a bizarre and hilarious story about his mother calling him up one morning to dish on some inaccurate tabloid tea she was reading online. "So, I'm having coffee, and my mother calls me and she goes, 'I'm sitting here reading some gossip thing,' which I don't know how she subscribes to an online gossip thing anyway, and she goes, 'It says you fathered Maren Morris' child,'" Bryan recalled. "I go, 'Oh my gosh. I don't need this today.'" The categorically false claim began last month when an overseas publication mistakenly reported that Morris, 31, had welcomed her first child with Bryan and not her husband Ryan Hurd. MAREN MORRIS ON RESENTING THE ‘UNHEALTHY’ IDEA OF NEW MOMS HAVING TO ‘BOUNCE BACK’: ‘IT SHOULDN'T BE THE GOAL’ In fact, the report was so off base that Bryan even sent the ill-informed article to Hurd,...
    A teenager who survived a prom night crash that killed two of his friends struggled to speak as he recalled the horrific collision. Jaxon Smith was repeatedly overcome with emotion while discussing Saturday's smash in Arcadia Indiana, which killed his old friend Kalen Hart, 18, and her boyfriend Lendon Byram. He displayed his injuries - including a badly swollen foot, as well as a bruised and grazed leg, while recalling the accident with WTHR.  Smith, who says he cannot remember taking photos before leaving, or the smash itself, added: 'Got a concussion, a cut on my upper lip.  'I think maybe my right rotator cuff is torn.' Jaxon Smith struggled to speak as he was interviewed about Saturday's prom night crash in Indiana that killed his friend Kalen Smith and Smith's boyfriend  Lendon Byram  Explaining the emotional impact of the smash, which happened before the four friends even arrived at Hamilton Heights High School for the party, Smith had to pause again as he said: 'Kalen is one of my best friends, and I - I don't know....
    Dwayne Johnson recalls how, as a child, other children would ask him if he was a girl because he had “soft features” and “really soft Afro hair” when he was young. Dwayne made his mark as in the professional wrestling as The Rock before hitting Hollywood superstardom, and his father Rocky Johnson was also a professional wrestler back in the day. Owing to his father’s calling, the family had to travel a lot, which left Dwayne changing schools constantly and trying to make new friends. Dwayne Johnson Birthday Special: 10 Iconic Movie Quotes of The Baywatch Star That Will Change Your Mood Instantly. “I sit down next to a kid, and within 60 seconds, he goes, ‘Can I ask you something?’ I said, ‘Yeah.’ He goes, ‘Are you a boy or a girl?’ I would say between the ages of seven and 11, people thought that I was a little girl because I had really soft features and I had really soft Afro hair,” recalled Dwayne while talking to Sunday Today, reports femalefirst.co.uk. Dwayne Johnson’s Fitness Coach Reveals the Actor Never...