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    MOLLIE KING rose to fame as part of the pop girl group, The Saturdays. On November 24, 2022, the singer announced that she and her husband had recently welcomed their first child together. 2Credit: Rex Features Who is Mollie King? Mollie King, 35, is a singer and model from Wandsworth in London, best known for being one-fifth of the girl band, The Saturdays. As a youngster, Mollie was a skiing champion and a finalist in the Miss Guildford beauty pageant. She began her rise to fame by auditioning for The X Factor in 2005 at the early age of 18, where she clashed with Sharon Osbourne over her chosen outfit despite impressing with her vocals. Mollie returned in 2007 as part of the girl band, Fallen Angelz, but they did not progress past the Bootcamp round. WALMART BLOODBATH Walmart shooting victims pictured with teen among six 'killed by manager'DARK DEEDS Chilling note found by Walmart 'mass shooter's' body 'listed his targets''I'M OUT!' Little People fans vow to boycott show after Zach & Tori's talk about hotdogs'KILLER' NAMED Walmart shooting suspect,...
    ENGLAND hero Stuart Broad was told to "get on with the batting and shut up" while out in the middle during the fifth Test against India. The 36-year-old bowler faced the wrath of umpire Richard Kettleborough - who made it clear to Broad he was not going to be messed with. 2Stuart Broad was involved in an exchange with umpire Richard KettleboroughCredit: https://twitter.com/bbctms/status/1543901692374253568?s=20&t=Qz5fsWq7AT7_qsm-5N_EmA 2Kettleborough brutally told Broad to "get on with the batting and shut up"Credit: https://twitter.com/bbctms/status/1543901692374253568?s=20&t=Qz5fsWq7AT7_qsm-5N_EmA ???? Are Stuart Broad and Richard Kettleborough back on speaking terms yet? ???????????? Watch Today at the Test at 19:00 on @BBCiPlayer and BBC Four#BBCCricket #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/86EmAPe4a2— Test Match Special (@bbctms) July 4, 2022 Broad is England's second-highest wicket taker in history, but this particular incident came while he was batting in the first innings of the Test at Edgbaston. He was out after just five-balls, but still managed to get on the wrong side of Kettleborough, 49, in his short time at the crease. After being on the receiving end of some express Jasprit Bumrah bowling, Broad was...
    ANDREW STRAUSS has revealed his agony telling old pals Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad they were dropped. England’s all-time Test wicket-takers - with 1,177 scalps between them - were two of the eight casualties from the Ashes debacle to lose their places for the tour to West Indies. 4England's stand in director of cricket Andrew Strauss has revealed he had 'hard' conversations with Jimmy Anderson and Stuart BroadCredit: Rex 4The wicket-taking machines were dumped from the squad for the March tour of the West IndiesCredit: PA The interim managing director confirmed he had personally rung both of them to give the bad news. Strauss said: “I told them myself - and they were very hard conversations. “I hope they understood the thinking behind it and what we’re trying to achieve here, and also that they got the message very strongly that this isn’t the end for them. “They were disappointed and I wouldn’t expect anything otherwise. They take great pride in representing England and they both wanted to be on that tour.“ Former England skipper Strauss appeared to hint the...
    JIMMY Anderson and Stuart Broad were axed in a brutal England cull for the tour to West Indies. The two bowling greats, with 1,177 Test wickets between them, were among EIGHT members of the disastrous Ashes tour party omitted. 1Broad and Anderson have been omitted from England's touring squad to the West IndiesCredit: PA Former head coach Chris Silverwood, director of cricket Ashley Giles and assistant coach Graham Thorpe were all sacked after the 4-0 defeat down under. And now Anderson and Broad are part of a host of changes by new director of cricket Andrew Strauss, interim head coach Paul Collingwood and head scout James Taylor. Also left out were wicket keeper Jos Butler, failed openers Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed, middle order batsmen Dawid Malan and Sam Billings plus spinner Dom Bess. They were replaced by FOUR uncapped players - Durham opener Alex Lees, Yorkshire seamer Matthew Fisher as well as Lancashire bowling duo Saqib Mahmood and Matt Parkinson. MORE TO FOLLOW... England Men's Test squad Joe Root (Yorkshire) captain Jonathan Bairstow (Yorkshire) Zak Crawley (Kent) Matthew Fisher...
    STUART BROAD collected England’s first five-wicket haul of the Ashes series - but they still face a big job to save the Fourth Test. Broad responded to being omitted from two of the opening three Tests with a typical “I’ll show you” performance in Sydney. 5England bowler Stuart Broad took 5-101 during day two of the Fourth Ashes Test in SydneyCredit: PA 5Broad made his presence known in the team having been left out of two of the opening three TestsCredit: Getty He finished with 5-101 - the 19th five-for of his Test career - but Australia scored a formidable 416-8 declared on day two. Openers Haseeb Hameed and Zak Crawley managed to survive five overs before the close as England reached 13-0. But Crawley was fortunate. He was caught at first slip by David Warner on nought but TV replays showed Mitchell Starc had narrowly overstepped for a no-ball. There was more worry for England when all-rounder Ben Stokes left the field in the middle of an over during the morning session clutching his left side. He returned but...
    STUART BROAD is almost certainly out the second Test against India after hurting his calf during the team’s warm-up session. Broad’s record-breaking partnership with Jimmy Anderson seems sure to be broken up after they played all three Tests together so far this summer. 4Stuart Broad is likely OUT of the second Test against IndiaCredit: PA 4The fast bowler becomes the latest big name to be sidelined after hurting his right calfCredit: Getty He becomes the latest big name to be sidelined after Jofra Archer’s long-term elbow injury, Ben Stokes’ mental health break and Chris Woakes’ heel problem. Broad, 35, clutched his leg while stretching and took no part in England’s net session at Lord’s on Tuesday. An England spokesman said: "Stuart Broad has tweaked his right calf and was unable to train with the rest of the England squad. "Broad will have a scan on Wednesday to determine the extent of his injury." Broad has taken a modest seven wickets in three Tests but, wearing his lucky white handband for the first time this summer, produced a probing spell on...
    STUART BROAD had one of those days when his emotions were a rollercoaster - but his bowling was consistently brilliant. Broad captured two wickets and could have had more. He was happy, animated, furious and ultimately frustrated because England are in trouble in the second Test. 3Stuart Broad shows his emotion during the Test match with New ZealandCredit: Getty 3England were left frustrated after a tough dayCredit: PA It would have been worse, too, if Dan Lawrence had not picked up his first Test wicket in the final over of the day. Lawrence had New Zealand No 3 Will Young snaffled at short leg by Ollie Pope for 82. The wicket followed Lawrence’s impressive and invaluable innings of 81 not out and means the match scorecard has now recorded knocks of 80, 81, 81 not out and 82! While his mate Jimmy Anderson was serenaded for his record 162nd England cap, Broad was the man causing the Kiwis most problems. He dismissed openers Tom Latham and Devon Conway and probed and pressurised all the batsmen with his swing and immaculate accuracy. The...
    JAMES ANDERSON has deleted a tweet he posted in 2010 claiming team-mate Stuart Broad had a 'lesbian haircut.' The England fast bowler admitted players are anxious more tweets from the past might be dug up and admitted to making a past mistake. 4James Anderson deleted this tweet back from 2010 4The tweet was in relation to Stuart Broad's haircut 11 years agoCredit: PA:Press Association It comes after some England players have deleted historical social media posts in recent days after the racist and sexist comments by Ollie Robinson were unearthed. The Sussex all-rounder is suspended from Wednesday's Second Test, while England are investigating another unnamed player for using a derogatory word to describe Chinese people when he was 15. The player is unlikely to be named or disciplined by the ECB who, instead, will clarify guidelines over the sort of content players should post on social media. Anderson, 38, mocked Broad 11 years ago with the Twitter comment: "I saw Broady's new haircut for the first time today. Not sure about it. "Thought he looked like a 15 yr old...
    MOLLIE King can barely contain her glee — after being reunited with cricketer fiance Stuart Broad. The ex-Saturdays star, 33, who posed in a corset for a shoot, took a selfie with the England star, 34, after his return from India. 4The radio presenter posed in a sheer corset for the shoot 4Mollie beamed as she was reunited with cricketer fiance Stuart Broad Radio 1 presenter Mollie said: “Can you tell I’m happy to have him home?!” This year, The Sun Online exclusively revealed that the pair have a combined fortune of £20million. The Saturdays' Mollie made £2million while in the band and is still going strong with her company Girl About Town Ventures Ltd worth over half a million. Meanwhile, the 33-year-old's property portfolio includes a £1million designer flat near her home town of Wandsworth, south London. 4Mollie looked incredible in this red lingerie set Most read in Showbiz'MEAT, VEINS, BONES'What to know about Effie and her accusations against Armie Hammer'THOUGHT HE'D KILL ME'Armie accuser claims star ‘raped her for 4hrs' as LAPD investigatesExclusiveTRASH TALKThe Talk staffers 'furious' with Sharon after...
    NEWLY-engaged Mollie King and cricketer Stuart Broad are showbiz's newest power couple with a string of business and property investments worth over £20 million behind them. The BBC Radio 1 broadcaster revealed that Stuart got down on one knee on New Year's Day while out for a walk with their dog on Richmond Hill after nearly three years together. 7Mollie King and cricketer Stuart Broad are showbiz's newest power couple worth £20millionCredit: Instagram The couple were first linked back in March 2018, but briefly split for five months in August 2018 before reuniting in February 2019. Now planning to say 'I do', The Sun Online can exclusively reveal that the pair have a combined fortune of £20million - making them showbusiness' newest power couple. The Saturdays' Mollie made £2million while in the band and is still going strong with her company Girl About Town Ventures Ltd worth over half a million. Meanwhile, the 33-year-old's property portfolio includes a £1million designer flat near her home town of Wandsworth, south London. 7The BBC Radio 1 broadcaster revealed that Stuart got down...
    ENGLAND cricketer Stuart Broad is up for BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2020 this weekend. But who is Stuart Broad, and who is his girlfriend? Here's everything you need to know... 2 Stuart pictured in the Fourth Test Match in the 2017/18 Ashes seriesCredit: Getty Images - Getty Who is Stuart Broad? Stuart, 32, is a cricketer who has played Test and One Day International cricket for England. He was born on 24 June 1986 and began his cricketing career as an opening left-handed batsman. When he was 17-years-old, a growth spurt caused him to become a faster bowler, and bowls right-arm fast-medium. He played for Leicestershire 2nd XI in 2004 when he was 17 and was giving a full contract for the following season, and played with them until 2007, and joined Nottinghamshire in 2008, where he remains now. In 2006, he was voted the Young Cricketer Of The Year by the Cricket Writers’ Club. As a batsman, he holds the second-highest ever Test score made by a number nine (of 169) against Pakistan in August 2010. In...
    England fast bowler Stuart Broad was fined 15% of his match fee for using what the ICC described as “inappropriate language” following the dismissal of Pakistan’s Yasir Shah during the first test. The man handing down the sanction? Broad’s father. Broad admitted to the offense that occurred on Saturday during Pakistan’s second innings in the team’s three-wicket loss to England in Manchester. He accepted the punishment that was proposed by his father, Chris Broad, who is on the governing body’s elite panel of match referees. It was the younger Broad’s third offense in a 24-month period, taking his cumulative demerit points to three. His previous breaches were in January during the fourth test against South Africa at the Wanderers, and in August 2018 in the third test against India at Trent Bridge. ___ More AP cricket: https://apnews.com/Cricket and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    STUART BROAD had a wonderful day out as many of his cricket dreams came true. He bashed a half-century, took two wickets and had one of his ‘celebrappeals’ answered with a raised finger. 3Stuart Broad starred with bat and ball on day three of the Third TestCredit: Getty Images - Getty And Broad did it all with his old mate Jimmy Anderson alongside him. It doesn’t get much better. Broad’s box of tricks helped England take an iron grip on the Third Test with the Windies 137-6 in their first innings at the close of day two - still 232 runs behind. It was just like old times as Broad and Anderson shared the new ball and made big inroads into the West Indies’ batting.  Paired together for the first time this summer, they were England’s two best and most threatening bowlers in ideal conditions for swing and seam. Broad and Anderson both believe they have a future as automatic choices but, in these days of rest and rotation, they might not feature together many more times. 3Broad hit 62...
    STUART BROAD produced one of his unstoppable spells today to give England a sniff of winning the Second Test against the West Indies. A week after Broad said he was “frustrated, angry and gutted” to be dropped for the First Test, he showed England what they were missing. 4A Stuart Broad masterclass against the Windies has given England a chance of winning the Second Test And that is a bowler who can find a surge of inspiration seemingly from nowhere and transform the complexion of a cricket match. Broad snared three wickets with the second new ball - three for one in 15 balls, to be precise - and England suddenly dreamed of winning a game that appeared destined for a draw. One long spell with old ball and new brought figures of 9-4-14-3. England were not able to enforce the follow-on but Joe Root signalled his intentions by sending out Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler to open the second innings. They quickly lost Buttler and No.3 Zak Crawley but by the close of day four had extended their lead...
    STUART BROAD has spoken about being “frustrated, angry and gutted” at being dropped for the First Test. Broad admitted the decision came as a bombshell because he felt sure he would be chosen after being England’s leading wicket-taker in their most recent series in South Africa. 1 Stuart Broad has been left “frustrated, angry and gutted” at being dropped for the First TestCredit: Getty Images - Getty In the end, caretaker captain Ben Stokes and head coach Chris Silverwood opted for the extra pace of Mark Wood at the Ageas Bowl. Broad said: “I’m not a particularly emotional person but I’ve found the last couple of days quite tough. To say I’m disappointed would be an understatement. You get disappointed if you drop your phone and break your screen. “I’ve been frustrated, angry, gutted because it’s quite a hard decision to understand. I’ve probably bowled the best I’ve ever bowled in the last couple of years. “I felt like it was my shirt having been in the team through the Ashes last summer and going to South Africa and winning...
    STUART BROAD has been consulting a psychologist to make sure he is fully cranked up for England’s summer Tests. The fast bowler wants to ensure his emotions will be working as normal — even though he will be performing in empty grounds. 2 Stuart Broadhas been seeing a psychologist as he prepares for Test cricket without fansCredit: Handout - Getty Broad normally bowls at his best on big occasions and revels in the feelings generated by passionate crowds. So he says one tactic could be deliberately to target opposition batsmen rather than relying on spectators to get his juices flowing. Broad, 34, explained: “International cricket will be a mental test to make sure each player is right up for the battle. I’m very aware of that. “I’ve already spoken to our sports psychologist about creating a mindset to make sure I can get my emotions where they need to be. “If you put me in an Ashes Test or a pre-season friendly, I know which one I’ll perform better in. “It’s a worry for me because I know I perform...
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