Carolina Kostner and her teeth used to date Stéphane Lambiel, if you can believe it.
Someone must have told Stephane to tone it down; at one time, after he had a good skate, he'd throw his hand up to his mouth and start crying. He's stopped that since then! There was a pic of him after he won his first World title, with some guy supposedly his best friend. The way that they hugged was too hot for them to be just friends - it was a husky blond whom I wouldn't have minded hugging myself.
I'm surprised that Euros would be so conservative as to pretend an obviously gay skater is straight, but I've been told that Switzerland is a very provincial, close-minded country...who knows for sure???
On a different note, a friend of mine who plays hockey theorized that the Russians may have played badly against the Canadians due to possibly partying all week. He mentioned a story of someone he knew in Vancouver taking care of or watching a bunch of NHL players (or solely Russian NHL players, can't remember which) partying it up in Vancouver with strippers 'n' such when they were there for a pro game. Not gonna mention the visiting NHL team's name.
"Oh! I've been looking for a red suede pump!"
- Marie (Carrie Fisher), When Harry Met Sally
Anyone else beginning to hate Apolo Ono? What a little prick! First he blames another skater for shoving him out of 1st or 2nd place. Then he blames the Canada judge for his disqualification for shoving.
I'm really tired of his whiny, hypocritical, ass. Glad he's retiring.
i have to zero the contain to your level -bugdoll
you can't even be ogirinal - Mary
(look at his face )
Why is Russian Alexey Voevoda giving his bobsled teammate Aleksandr Zubkov such a sour look? After all, Zoubkov is just celebrating the fact that the Russian team remained in medal contention. That seems like a time for smiling, right?
Sure, until you realize the reason they were still in contention is because of a terrifying crash by the Canadian team. That warrants a stinkface.
Deadspin has the video of the television broadcast and untimely reaction by Zoubkov. It's pretty amazing to watch him go from jubilant to "uh-oh I'm on TV" in about two seconds.
After examinations, the Canadian team of Lyndon Rush and Lascelles Brown were found to be medically sound, so this ends up a happy story. Furthermore, the Russians eventually won bronze, which surely resulted in completely justified and wholly appropriate smiles and celebration from Zoubkov.
I didn't start out to collect diamonds, but somehow they just kept piling up.-Mae West
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