According to People Magazine,
Rachel Uchitel, Tiger Woods‘ mistress of choice, will join the cast of Dr. Drew Pinsky’s Celebrity Rehab for this coming season. Uchitel will appear with the slightly more famous Leif Garrett, Jeremy London and Jason Wahler.
Uchitel may be be America’s favorite object of infidelity since Monica Lewinsky, but isn’t it crazy that being involved in the Tiger Woods scandal can be parlayed into legitimate fame? (Of course, being on Celebrity Rehab isn’t the career move of choice for most people.)
To be sure, Uchitel is doing her part, making appearances at events like tabloid king Perez Hilton‘s birthday party.
Photo of the Day
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Quote of the day
“I think the win earlier this year in Spain got my confidence going
quite a bit, and I’ve been playing well all year, really.”
-British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen on surprising everybody at St. Andrews
Comment of the day
It’s no secret that the Red Sox have battled major injury woes, but the Yankees have joined the party with Andy Pettitte‘s groin strain in Sunday’s game against the Rays.
Some Yankees fans are trying to stay positive.
“this is a
blessing in disguise for the yankees. andy is 38 yrs old. he could use a
good rest. then he will be fresh for sept. im just glad its only a
grade 1 groin strain and not a shoulder or elbow. also it happens when
the redsox have a 10 game west coast trip. sergio mitre will give up 4
runs per game. as long as the yankees offense can score for him they’ll
be fine. but you will see how a real team comes together and steps up.
you wont see yankee fans crying and making this an excuse like some sox
Video of the day
Actor James Gammon passed away Friday at the age of 70 from liver cancer.
Sporting his signature mustache, Gammon recently played roles on Nash Bridges and Grey’s Anatomy, but his most famous character may have been Cleveland Indians manager Lou Brown in Major League and the sequel.
The trailer below makes you want to go rent a copy of one of the best baseball movies ever made.
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