OK, shall we see what Monday has to offer? For starters, we’ve got John Edwards, Russell Brand, LeBron James, James Durbin and Kirstie Alley all up to mischief in Miami, Ohio, Santa Cruz Mountains, Argentina and West Hollywood to name but a few. First, naturally, it’s John –
– John Edwards, according to the National Enquirer Ever since the aforementioned gossip publication correctly reported the former politician’s career-ending affair with Rielle Hunter and subsequent love child scandal, they have continued to pursue its aftermath, with questionable accuracy
LeBron James: LeBron Raymone James (pronounced /ləˈbrɒn/; born December 30, 1984) is an American professional basketball player for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Nicknamed “King James”, he was a three-time “Mr. Basketball” of Ohio
in high school, and was highly promoted in the national media as a future NBA superstar while a sophomore at St. Vincent – St. Mary High School. He was selected with the number one pick in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Listed as a small forward, James has set numerous youngest player records since joining the league. He was named the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2003–04, was named the NBA Most Valuable Player in 2008–09 and 2009–10, and has been both an All-NBA selection and an All-Star every season since 2005. In 2010, a much-publicized free agency process ended with James signing with the Miami Heat.
Second up it’s LeBron James –
NBA star LeBron James brought in the New Year with a bang by proposing to his high school sweetheart, Savannah Brinson, tonight, according to a tweet by radio host Angela Yee
James Durbin: James Durbin (born January 6, 1989) is an American heavy metal singer and guitar player from Santa Cruz, California, who finished in fourth place on the tenth season of American Idol.
James Durbin has also got into the press –
James Durbin sure knows how to kick off a new year
The best of the rest:
Miami: also known as The Magic City, The Gateway to the Americas, Capital of Latin America