March 11th, 2011
Good Week/Bad Week: Guns N’ Noses
Anton Hysen: great Week, great guns. via myspace
The weekend starts here, people. Prepare yourself by ‘boning up’ on the hot issues from this week’s headlines.
-Out n’ about: Utsiktens BK player Anton Hysen announced that he is gay during an interview with Offside magazine. If you’re a Kickette soldier boy, this is great news as Anton (left, with Victoria Beckham and a man in a frightening anorak) has abs to die for. If you are a Kickette soldier girl, why the hell didn’t you spot this hot puppy before?! You, like us, should be ashamed.
- Shooting Stars: It has been reported that Ashley Cole is unlikely to face charges for the alleged shooting of an intern at Chelsea’s training ground. Or, in other words, a man who cannot operate a device as innocuous as a mobile phone without causing mayhem and misery is now free to bear arms. Oh dear.
- Silver Linings: Jessica Lawlor has leapt to the defence of hubby Steven Ireland, who recently made the statement that he ‘would rather shoot himself’ than live in his hometown of Cork. Residents shouldn’t be too sad though. Steven’s taste in home decor implies he may not be the best person to judge (left).
VIP Magazine via Broadsheet
- Coleen Rooney: The claims that her marriage to Wayne is on the rocks after last year’s alleged infidelities are getting louder, but Coleen Rooney’s attempts to throw herself into her work have taken a blow. Her TV show ‘Real Women’ has been axed by ITV2 due to poor viewing figures.
At least she has access to this little bundle of lovliness (left) to chase the blues away.
- Saturday Blues: We were sad to hear that McFly moppet and former beau of Frankie Sandford, Dougie Poynter, has gone into rehab. It is reported that he has been struggling to cope since Frankie began dating Manchester City (currently on loan to West Ham) defender Wayne Bridge. Bless.
Get well soon, Dougie!
-That’s just swell: Mario Balotelli is known as a sensitive sort. But in our enjoyment we hadn’t quite realised how sensitive. He required two anti-histamine injections before he could play in the second half of Manchester City’s 2-0 defeat to Dynamo Kiev last night, due to a grass allergy.
This isn’t funny. It’s like the Kickette staff developing a collective allergy to champagne. Shudder.