Barstool Sports honcho Dave Portnoy feels like a million bucks way more, actually El Presidente -- as he's referred to by Stoolies -- tells us how he's gloating in South Beach, and ya can't blame him. He also gave us quick advice on this year's prop bets As for whether he'll be at the big game, that's unclear -- seems Dave is still on the NFL's bad side after he used a fake mustache to sneak by NFL security at last year's Super Bowl.
It's certainly possible City officials are having discussions on how to honor the late Lakers superstar and naming a street after Kobe is definitely up for consideration. Look, no official decisions have been made -- it's still early in the process -- but we're told L.
City Council members have already started the conversation. One source tells us something that keeps getting brought up is some sort of tribute in the L. Live area -- right across from Staples Center, where Kobe balled out for nearly 20 years. We're told there should be more clarity about the plans early next week -- but it's definitely top of mind. We're told the turn out is expected to be massive In the meantime, tributes are popping up all over the L.
Minnie Mouse was in no mood to be sweet with a security guard who was jawing back and forth with her The surreal scene went down on a street in Las Vegas, where a woman in a Minnie costume took off her mouse head to throw down with a woman apparently working security. In the video, it appears the woman in the security jacket lunges at Minnie Minnie throws and lands a series of violent punches, before getting on top of the woman to continue pulverizing her.
Mickey tries to jump in and break it up but appears to get popped once himself Eventually, the 2 women are separated and Minnie yells, "I ain't no bitch, bitch! It's a pretty stark contrast from her usual, "Aren't you sweet" catchphrase. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Vegas cops are aware of the altercation and want to speak with both parties, but there's no investigation until either of them comes forward.
Lakers owner Jeanie Buss says losing Kobe Bryant is like losing a family member -- but credits KB and his daughter Gianna with helping her find her "purpose" in life. Jeanie has known Kobe ever since her father the late Jerry Buss signed him as a rookie back in and they had remained extremely close ever since.
Jeanie took Kobe's death extremely hard and waited several days to collect her thoughts before putting out a statement You explained that you wanted to show her that women can be leaders in the NBA, just like the men. Start a Wiki.
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I always want to be doing new things and I love Steps, I put everything on the line for that band. Moving on to Kylie, she was someone you had 13 hit singles with between '88 and ' A lot of other acts you worked with never had that longevity. In fact, I signed quite a few acts for one single. I just wanted a hit and to then move on.
Is it? When we used to run our concerts before, we put 10 acts on, you got a free beef burger and a free diet coke when you walked in and there was always a surprise at the end of the show. That was usually Kylie or it could have been Jason.
I think they appreciated that. People who criticise you do nothing. They were my coasters from back when I had a record store in Coventry and they used to hang out there. I pulled every favour I could pull in the record industry and everyone told me I was a complete idiot. I missed out on The Specials because I got talked out of them. We were closely associated with the 80s, but we were never political.
But while there was no conscious decision, I do believe there was a feeling that freedoms were growing, that there was more disposable cash around in the 80s.
I remember the late 70s: one week there was a shortage of sugar, one week it was toilet paper. The streets were full of rubbish when the binmen went on strike. So when Margaret Thatcher took over, there was a feeling that things were going to get better.
There was never any respect for what we did. I got a can of urine that hit me on the shoulder. One paper was Black Echoes, which was more of an underground paper, but they would review Bananarama just so they could say it was crap. So I put Roadblock together on a Friday afternoon and put it out without telling anyone who it was. Anyway, one of the first papers to review it was Black Echoes, which said it was the best goddamn dance record of That was before they knew it was us.
And we did it! The biggest problem was when you were sitting opposite them and trying to write a song. Paul Gambaccini once said at the Ivor Novello awards that writing songs was one of the two most intimate things you could do with another person. Matt and I had a relationship going where it was all right if I sang a silly tune and made a funny noise out my mouth — ooh ahh ooh, or whatever.
But in front of Bananarama it became excruciatingly, painfully embarrassing.I didn’t drop them, I just moved on. I gave them the tapes and said, ‘Guys you’ve gotta get on because there’s nothing I can do for you.’ You can either hang on and it doesn’t work or you can let them go to people who make it happen. For me, it was more important for them to go to make it happen to prove I was right than to take the Author: Robert Leedham.