New England Patriots All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski will be on the FOX dating show, The Choice, which airs tonight. Gronkowski, who is one of the most eligible and famous bachelors, says he hopes to find the right woman who is preferably not a football fan and has her priorities straight.
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Multi-platinum, award-winning, country recording artist, Tracy Lawrence will be hosting the 1st Annual Golf For A Cure Charity Golf Classic on May 2, benefitting Susan G. Komen Greater Nashville.
As part of his personal initiative to give back, Lawrence, along with his friends in sports and entertainment – Darryl Worley, Brad Arnold (3 Doors Down), Ira Dean (former Trick Pony member), Keith Anderson, Bryan White, Matt Gary, Ty Brown (of The Bachelorette fame), Cory Hildreath (One Night Rodeo), Davis Daniel, Elbert West, Lacey Brown and more–will raise money for Komen Greater Nashville spending the day on the greens as comrades in mission and play.
After a challenging 18-hole game, the Golf For A Cure outing will be followed by a celebratory reception.
An awards presentation will take place during the reception, along with silent and live auctions and an up-close acoustic concert featuring Lawrence and friends.
The entry fee for the day (including game, lunch and show) is $225 per player. For a mere $50, music enthusiasts can enjoy the show-only. The price of admittance includes free beer, vodka and rum beverages (provided by Pinnacle Liquors – while supplies last). The event will be held at Five Oaks Golf & Country Club in Lebanon, Tennessee.
Big tag silent auction items include an authentic, autographed Nolan Ryan Rangers‘ jersey and photograph and a Fender Squire electric guitar autographed by the members of 3 Doors Down.
One hundred percent of the proceeds will go directly to Susan G. Komen Greater Nashville.
More at www.tracylawrence.com.
Kix Brooks, half of the super-duo Brooks & Dunn, is setting his trademark cowboy boots aside to help U.S. Servicemen and women returning from combat.
The boots are part of a national initiative called the Boot Campaign where Brooks is the featured celebrity this week at www.bootcampaign.com.
Proceeds from every pair of boots sold through the Boot Campaign go to charities that help military members and their families cope with physical injuries and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Brooks joins an impressive roster of celebrities from all entertainment mediums who have helped the Boot Campaign, including former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman, Texas Governor Rick Perry and fellow country stars Dolly Parton, Charlie Daniels and Gretchen Wilson to name a few.
For two decades, Brooks was half of Brooks & Dunn, the highest selling duo in country music history. The duo sold more than 30 million records, scored 23 number one hits and won an impressive 80 major music industry awards.
Kix Brooks serves on the boards of the Country Music Association and Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital.
“The most electrifying man of all of entertainment is hosting the most electrifying event of all of entertainment!” Dwayne Johnson yelled on Monday Night Raw.
The most overbearing hyperbole in all entertainment is of course WrestleMania XXVII that will grace the airwaves just after April Fool’s Day.
Johnson, who answers to The Rock, who hung up his wrestling leotard for success as a starring actor seven years back is apparently far enough between movies to return to his first love.
O.J. Simpson was reportedly beaten so severely in the Lovelock Correctional Center rec yard that he spent three weeks in the prison hospital.
The National Enquirer says that a snitch tells them the attack left Simpson in severe melancholy where he won’t go outside of his jail cell.
The story was buried by prison officials until (according to the Enquirer) they uncovered it.
Simpson is at the Nevada facility for a nine (or more) year sentence from his bizarre armed caper with a Vegas memorabilia dealer nearly four years ago.
According to the Enquirer‘s other sources, the fight had to do with Simpson‘s female conquest bragging and the rage of some race supremacists.
More of the interview from the newsstand National Enquirer and at www.nationalenquirer.com.