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August 27, 2015


Justin Bieber Wins MVP at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 20th 2011 11:44PM
Justin Bieber MVP, 'NBA All-Star Celebrity Game'We know Justin Bieber can sing. We know he can command a stage. We know he can make pre-teen girls scream until they pass out. What we wouldn't have expected from the 5'5" pop star is game. At the 'NBA All-Star Celebrity Game' (Fri., 7PM ET on ESPN), Bieber proved himself to be quite the basketball slueth.

Sure, he couldn't have dunked unless someone threw him at the net, but his ball-handling skills were impressive, his passing was superb, and the kid was hitting three-pointers enough to make some NBA pros jealous.

For his efforts on the court, Bieber did something he wasn't able to do on Grammy night. He won a trophy.

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Oprah's Oops Moment with Drew Brees

by Allison Waldman, posted Feb 16th 2010 10:00AM
drew_brees_birthmark_new_orleans_saints_quarterbackOh, my. This is embarrassing... for Oprah. Apparently, she didn't see New Orleans Saints quarterback and Super Bowl MVP ever before in her life. How else can you explain what happened when Drew Brees was a guest on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show'? Before we go to the tape, a few thoughts.

First, what does it say about the staff research on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' that something as big as Drew Brees' birthmark, clearly visible on his right cheek didn't make it into the notes?

Nobody ran a little tape on the guy? There were no football cards or an 8x10 glossy? It makes you think that somebody simply handed Oprah a set of cards and said, "Here you go. His team won the Super Bowl. He throws the ball. Go get him, O."

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SoapNet mixes drama with hockey in new series

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 2nd 2008 10:23AM
soapnetThe success of last summer's General Hospital: Night Shift was the harbinger of things to come. And now they have. SoapNet announced a new 10-episode drama series called MVP: The Secret Lives of Hockey Wives.

It makes sense that SoapNet would take another stab at creating its own dramas. Last year's Night Shift, the channel's first attempt at that kind of original programming, proved more popular than the reruns of daytime soaps it had been running at 11 o'clock at night. But the difference between this new offering -- about the ladies in the lives of professional hockey players...hockey and soap? -- is that Night Shift was based on General Hospital and used popular stars from the daytime show for the spin-off. If Steve Burton (Jason), Kimberly McCullough (Robin) and Jason Thompson (Patrick) were not in Nightshift, would SoapNet viewers have tuned in?

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