Are you ready for some Football? With the season 60+ days away, I sure am!
The Miami Dolphins cheerleaders released a version of them covering "22" by Taylor Swift in their bikinis!
Marc Anthony and Will Smith were in the owners box of the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots last night.
They were letting it known in their own way that they are cool and don't believe the rumors of Marc sleeping with Will's wife Jada Pinkett Smith. They are buds. Bros. Homeboys. Right?-DocFB
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Jennifer Lopez & hubby Marc Anthony attended the Miami Dolphins game against the New England Patriots as the Dolphins came from behind to stun the Patriots and win the game.
Also there were Venus and Serena Willams as well as Emilio Estefan, who own the team as well with J. Lo & Marc.
Other celebs in attendance were Aerosmith's Joe Perry, Larry King and T-Pain.
Miami has been the place to see football games and the team is now only a game out of first place with the playoffs looming. Hopefully that does not mean any more craptacular songs by T-Pain about the team.-Dr.FB
Fergie of The Black Eyed Peas now has something in common with Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Venus & Serena Williams, Jimmy Buffett, Emilo and Gloria Estefan. She is about to be a part of the celebrity's that own the Miami Dolphins.
Team owner Steve Ross has not made an agreement with the singer but the NFL has approved her when she does sign.
In a related NFL note, it does not look like Rush Limbaugh would be able to be an owner of the St. Louis Rams even though he threw his prescriptionshat into the ring. Maybe next time you call someone like Donavon McNabb just another "black" quarterback, you will actually think before speaking.
So Fergie, who sings about her humps owns an NFL team and Rush doesn't? All right then.-Dr.FB
A news conference was held Tuesday in which Latin pop singer Marc Anthony was introduced as a minority owner of the Miami Dolphins . They N.F.L. also announced its involvement in Hispanic Heritage Month, which will culminate with Anthony singing the national anthem before the Dolphins’ Monday night home game against the Jets Oct. 12, 2009. So has the N.F.L softened or are they in need of some serious dough? I mean after all I thought the N.F.L was often referred to as way too serious. I can't see how they will hold that title after adding Anthony to their line up of owners.