Super Bowl LIV (that’s 54, for some of you) is here and will see the San Francisco 49ers take on the reigning league MVP in Patrick Mahomes, the Legion of Zoom and the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s been 50 years since the red and yellow were in a Super Bowl game. Here are some of the famous faces that will be cheering them on along with all the drunk would be tailgaters (sorry Chiefs fans) when the team heads to Miami for the big game.Paul Rudd: It would seem irresponsible not to start this list with Paul Rudd, who is arguably the celebrity most know as a diehard fan of not only the Kansas City Chiefs, but the city’s baseball team the Royals as well. When the Royals clinched a playoff spot in 2014, Rudd, who grew up in Lenexa, Kan. and attended the University of Kansas, jokingly invited fans to a party at his mother’s house.Also Read: Will 49ers-Chiefs Stop the Super Bowl's 4-Year TV Ratings Slide?Rob Riggle: The funny man and former Marine grew up just outside Kansas City in Overland Park, Kan. and was also a fixture during the Royals recent two World Series campaigns. Riggle told a Chiefs team blog that he’s been waiting for the Chiefs to go to the Super Bowl his entire life.Also Read: Super Bowl Parties 2020: TheWrap's Ultimate Guide to the Hottest Invites in Miami (Updating)Jason Sudeikis: Though younger than Paul Rudd, Sudeikis went to the same high school in Kansas as the superhero actor. He was also a fixture at games during the Royals’ playoff runs and has been a staunch supporter of Kansas City, even wearing a t-shirt of a popular Irish pup in Kansas City’s historic Westport neighborhood in the above photo.Also Read: The Super Bowl Has Generated $3.6 Billion-Plus in Ad Revenue in the Past 10 YearsEric Stonestreet: The “Modern Family” actor grew up on livestock farm in Kansas City, Kan. (which is different from Kansas City, Mo). But if you question his love of Chiefs, just scroll through his Instagram to see photos of him in the locker room and video of him beating the drum during home games.Brad Pitt: If Paul Rudd is the actor most famously known to be a Chiefs fan, then Brad Pitt is simply the most famous Chiefs fan. While walking the red carpet at the 2020 SAG Awards, which happened to be the same day the Chiefs punched their ticket to the big game, fellow Chiefs fans tossed Pitt a hat to rock on the carpet.Melissa Etheridge: The country rock icon, from Leavenworth, Kan., is a longtime supporter of the red and yellow. She even sang the National Anthem ahead of the AFC Championship game last year agains the New England Patriots.Henry Cavill: The Kansas City Chiefs have a Superman, which is fitting, since the comic book character grew up just over the state line in Kansas. Cavill, however, is English from Jersey in the Channel Islands. That however hasn’t stopped him from cheering on the Chiefs via his Instagram.Read original story Super Bowl LIV: Kansas City Chiefs’ Most Famous Fans, From Paul Rudd to Melissa Etheridge (Photos) At TheWrap
Both Harry and Prince William are doing their bit to help those struggling with mental health conditions, with William continuing his efforts with a joint campaign between the Football Association and his charity Heads Together.
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Icelandic footballer Rúrik Gíslason recently gained viral fame for his good looks after coming on as a substitute during his country’s 1-1 draw against Argentina on Saturday (16 June) at the World Cup. Many viewers were left purring over his Nordic style and blue eyes during his brief cameo for the tiny island nation.In a tournament filled with over 700 players, there are many more football hunks like Gíslason with looks that could kill. Here are 18 players who might catch your eye during this World Cup season.Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook.
In the summer of 2006, Victoria Beckham led her WAG squad through the streets of Baden-Baden to watch their other-halves play Portugal in the World Cup quarter finals.But within minutes of the game, the nation’s focus took a double-take from the pitch and gravitated towards the unmistakable Essex-style tans, poker-straight extensions and supersized sunnies.Little did they know, the girl’s trip would become a cultural marker in the sartorial history books with the acronym ‘WAG‘ officially given the English Dictionary stamp of approval.Teetering upon red-soled Louboutins with Birkin bags swinging from the crook of their arms, there wasn’t a shopping trip or drunken taxi-exit gone undocumented by the newspapers. Fast-forward 12 years and we’re still obsessing over the footballer’s wives phenomenon.From Victoria Beckham’s hot pant phase to the then-Cheryl Tweedy (she married Ashley a month later in July 2006) beehive blow dry, these are the most unforgettable WAG fashion moments of the 2006 World Cup.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: What happened to the WAG? The women of the 2006 World Cup and how this year will differFYI, the summer sales have started and these are the must-have items on our wish listBest dressed celebrities: June’s top fashion moments so far
A third-division team from Palencia, in the northwest of Spain, reveals its redesigned jerseys, featuring (relatively) anatomically correct muscles and tendons.
“You can most definitely get in trouble if you do not come to practice looking your finest,” Danielle Wechsler, New York-based pro cheerleader trainer, told Yahoo Beauty. Lasondra, New England Patriots: For appearances and game day, everyone is required to wear their hair down unless instructed otherwise.
Watts - best known for her roles in ‘King Kong’, 'The Ring’ and 'Mulholland Drive’ - does have ties to the area. Club secretary Stan Strickland suggested Watts for the role after former Glantraeth FC president Sir George Meyrick stood down in August 2015. “She spent three years of her childhood here and attended school in Llangefni before becoming a major film star,” said Strickland (via BBC).
Cam Newton takes the field against the Arizona Cardinals. Cam Newton knows the pressure is on: “I’m an African-American quarterback, and that may scare a lot of people because they haven’t seen anything they can compare me to,” he said during a recent press conference.
Just three years after Beyonce blew the lights out at the Super Bowl halftime show (AKA the best Super Bowl halftime show OF ALL TIME), she’s doin’ the damn thing all over again.
The new Will Smith drama Concussion will be screened at the AFI Fest in LA next week. In anticipation, online audiences were treated to a full-length trailer for the Dec. 25 drama about the real-life doctor who sent professional football into crisis mode with his findings about head trauma. Smith plays Dr. Bennet Omalu in director Peter Landesman’s film, which is based on a 2009 GQ article about the Nigerian-born forensic neuropathologist who discovered the link between the brutal nature of football and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a crippling brain disease. As the trailer shows, Omalu’s research was spurred by the 2002 suicide of former Pittsburgh Steelers star Mike Webster (played in the movie by David Morse), whose post-playing life was marked by mental illness and financial destitution.
Chad Johnson having some downtime. Photo: Getty Images As a non-follower of sports, I knew exactly two pacts about Chad Johnson until today: He’s a football player, and at one point, his last name was legally changed to Ochocinco, after his jersey number. Now I know two more things. First, he’s a surprisingly terrific makeup artist.