Serial cheater Tiger Woods (left) is dating the ex-wife of friend and fellow professional golfer Jason Dufner (right), a report claims.The pair are pictured playing for the US President's Cup team in 2013 Amanda Boyd (left) and Lindsey Vonn (right) watch their other halves in The Presidents Cup in 2013.Remember that time Channing Tatum dressed up as Beyonce on The Lip Sync Battle and performed Run The World, only to be joined by Queen Bey herself? Chatting about the whole ordeal when he stopped by The Ellen De Generes Show recently, Channing explained that he'd never even met Beyonce before that very moment."That is the first time I ever met her, right there," the actor said. ’ And then you always know she’s somewhere in the world that can reach out and touch you." But it was all totally worth it when Channing received a text from Beyonce after, which apparently said, “Hey, I would love to meet you [and Jenna Dewan-Tatum] and hang out when you’re not looking like me…Where are the women whose lives include men but don’t revolve around them?Where are the females who are mercilessly climbing to the top like , the women who are getting beat down by life, the women who are saving lives?
Romeo and Juliet are the children of wealthy warring families in “Verona Beach”—which seems to be the bastard lovechild of Venice Beach and 1990s Miami.
A source told the Enquirer that Boyd is considered a 'flirt' among Dufner's colleagues on the PGA tour and, even though her ex-husband didn't seen Woods as a close pal, he considered him a 'trusted colleague'.
Before she wasn’t restricted from getting to it, but a lot of it was tied up in investments and banked for her future, but she insisted that she be able to use all of it as she sees fit and there is nothing anyone can do to stop her from spending it all,’ the first insider added.‘Amanda can do whatever she wants for a while with all of her money but it isn't going to last forever if she spends the way she has been lately,’ the source said.
The soundtrack is a mix of Radiohead, The Cardigans, and Garbage. Baz Luhrmann’s is still one of the best Shakespeare adaptations around, because rather than binding itself to the text, it claws its way into the heart of the play.
Luhrmann’s take gives us an African-American, bisexual, glitter-dusted, Ecstasy-popping Mercutio (whose love for Romeo seems a lot more real than the titular couple’s crush…), John Leguizamo as Juliet’s cousin Tybalt, and an energetic, multicultural, genderfluid explosion of color and language. In this popular web comedy series, Second City decided to keep the trappings of Shakespeare and drop in a sassy, scarf-wearing counsel for all of the Bard’s doomed heroines.