Prince Harry, Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal wedding is only 43 days away! Anticipation is building in the UK and around the world as the royal wedding planners go over the final details before the big day. But Meghan is already looking past her wedding day. Remember, she was married once before (been there, done that).

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Iranian team

Iranian soccer officials are accused of taking advantage of a sports policy allowing biological men to play on women’s teams if they believe they are women trapped in men’s bodies. The International Olympic Committee announced a policy allowing men to participate in Olympic events without undergoing sex change procedures.

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Rapper Quavo‘s “Huncho Day Flag Football Game” took place on Easter Sunday at his former high school Berkmar in Lilburn, Georgia.

Quavo was the starting quarterback on his high school football team, and rumor has it that the Atlanta Falcons sent a scout to the game to check out Quavo’s skills.

Photos by ExclusiveAccess.net

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Tom Brady

Rowdy Philadelphia Eagles fans celebrated the team’s first ever Super Bowl win by destroying property, overturning cars, and setting fires in the Center City area after the Eagles upset the New England Patriots 41-33 in Minneapolis on Sunday.

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Jemele Hill

Outspoken ESPN sports anchor Jemele Hill has been booted from her high-profile gig at ESPN’s SportsCenter ‘The 6’.

The news comes after the 41-year-old sports anchor was suspended by ESPN in October for badmouthing President Donald Trump and for urging her Twitter.com followers to boycott Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones‘ sponsors.

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Beyonce, Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick was presented with the SI Muhammad Ali Legacy Award during Sports Illustrated’s 2017 Sportsperson of the Year Awards at the Barclays Center on Tuesday, Dec. 5.

Beyonce Knowles, 38, surprised everyone when she sauntered onstage wearing a barely-there sequined black mini dress which showed off her thick shimmering thighs.

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Bob McNair DeAndre Hopkins

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair sparked outrage when he referred to kneeling NFL players as “inmates running the prison”.

McNair reportedly said “We can’t have the inmates running the prison,” during a closed door team owners meeting last week, according to ESPN’s Outside the Lines.

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San Francisco 49ers v Arizona Cardinals

A group of TV network executives are considering whether to cancel the remaining 10 Thursday Night Football games amid ongoing protests that led to plummeting ratings.

The network execs came up with a plan to cancel the remaining Thursday Night Football games..

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