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Crystal Palace: Call Them Crystals

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Did you know Championship side, Crystal Palace, has cheerleaders, Kickettes?

Welp, now you do.

Used as a pretty obvious marketing tool to gets idiots to renew their season tickets, the squad features extremely flammable hair extensions and nail acrylics. Lots of ‘em.

John Terry: Nothing More Than Sarcasm

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Images: Sky News.

If JT can use it as his defence, so can we.

And of all the front pages from this morning, the Chelsea captain looks the hottest on the Daily Express.

Coming in in a close second: the shadowy snap splashed across The Guardian’s cover.

Ryan & Stacey Giggs: Happily Watching The Women Of Wimbledon

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Manchester United and Team GB captain, Ryan Giggs, and his wife, Stacey Cooke Giggs, took their seats in Centre Court’s Royal Box ahead of the 30 June women’s singles tennis match between Serena Williams and Zheng Jie. Images: GLYN KIRK/AFP/GettyImages; REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth.

Good Week/Bad Week: May Contain Nuts

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Image: Thames TV.

GOOD WEEK

TV Enthusiasts: Our mates at KCKRS availed us of the news that Peter Crouch is getting his own talkshow, called, hilariously, On The Couch With Peter Crouch. You might think this is terrible, but we’re addicted to the new series of Geordie Shore. By contrast, Crouch is the footballing equivalent of Larry King.

Also, who watched last night’s premiere of the new ITV1 reality comp, Let’s Get Gold? Starring Freddie Flintoff (cricket bloke), Una Healy (The Saturdays; WAG of rugby chap Ben Foden), Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United footballer, obvi) and Martine McCutcheon (who has no great sporting link as far as we can tell), we’re positive none of us missed much.

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Cesc Fabregas & Daniella Semaan: Table For Two

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Cesc and Daniella hit up London restaurant, Zuma, for a meal this evening – and from the looks of things, the food was so good Daniella didn’t want to leave. Why does this couple’s exit strategy look like an uncomfortable struggle? Better question: will our readers play nice in the comments about Fab’s WAG, or do we have to forcibly send our manservants to keep the peace?