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oh to be the Bundchen/Bradys with homes in Boston, New York and California.
On Monday, Tom Brady [sporting a side faux-hawk] and Gisele Bundchen attended the Met Gala 2012. Brady wore Tom Ford and Gisele wore a sleek black gown from Givenchy. I’m not a fan of Gi’s hair all slicked back.
Tom and his go-to WR Wes Welker hit the Kentucky Derby. I picked the winning horse, I’ll Have Another. I wonder how the guys fared.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are joined in Costa Rica by Patriots WR Wes Welker and his fiancee Anna Burns
oh the model body, supermodel life
Gi with son Benjamin
cozy with Tom
Tom kisses his son Jack after practice
Gi looking pretty and au natural on cover of i-D magazine
and inside the mag:
Gisele is nominated for Best International Green Celebrity in the International Green Awards
–12th SI cover for Tom Brady
–new contract worth worth $72 million, with $48.5 million guaranteed– makes him highest paid NFL player
I haven’t seen many cute guys at World Cup games yet. So far I’ve only seen shirtless guys with beer guts swinging their tees above their heads or guys wearing obnoxious headgear [New Zealand!] or face paint. I don’t understand the face painting. Suppose it says that one is super committed to a team.
During the Spanish/Chile game, the camera went to two gorgeous dark-haired women in the crowd. The women were together and one waved a Chile flag, her friend waved the flag for Spain. The announcer: “nice camera work that.” And the camera person found the women again later in the game. Good eyes. I haven’t been able to find a picture of the two women.
On England manager Fabio Cappello following the team’s match against Algeria on Friday:
Before tonight everyone really respected him, but he’s kind of turned into some kind of silly wizard.
On England’s chances in their next game on Wednesday:
If they couldn’t beat Algeria tonight I cant see them beating Slovenia. Slovenia are going to need to draw that game to go through, so they’ve got something to play for, it’s all over.
Gallagher’s team is Manchester City.
This might be England anthem this year [also appropriate in 2002]: