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‘I’m getting my boobs out!’: Chrissy Teigen reveals plan to remove implants

‘I’m getting my boobs out!’: Chrissy Teigen reveals plan to remove implants

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Chrissy Teigen says she is getting her breast implants removed - and she can't wait to get back to her natural size.The 34-year-old model made the announcement to her fans on Instagram, after revealing on Twitter that she had undergone a coronavirus test. Along with a black and white topless shot, with hearts carefully placed to hide her nipples, Teigen wrote: "So I posted myself getting a covid test on the twitter, as I'm getting surgery soon."She added: "A lot of people are understandably curious (and nosey!) so I'll just say it here: I'm getting my boobs out!"Teigen has said she had the original surgery in her early 20s to increase her confidence while on bikini shoots. ...
England legend Freddie Flintoff reveals why he would ditch players shouting Howzat! in cricket

England legend Freddie Flintoff reveals why he would ditch players shouting Howzat! in cricket

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Freddie Flintoff would get rid of players shouting Howzat! if he was allowed to change anything about cricket. The England legend took 226 Test wickets and was more than accustomed to a passionate appeal to the umpire – or ‘begging’, as Fred put it! AFP - Getty Freddie Flintoff would do away with cricketers shouting Howzat! He was asked on Monday’s talkSPORT Breakfast to reveal the one thing he would change about the game and he picked how players appeal. Flintoff said: “One rule with cricket? I would make it compulsory for everyone around the world. It’s a compulsory sport in schools and everywhere. “I would stop shouting ‘Howzat!’, because I don’t know what it means. What is it? Why do you turn around as grown men, shout at a bloke with a long
Boxing legend Mike Tyson once tried to fight NBA icon Michael Jordan at boozy dinner, ex-manager reveals – ‘He looked like he’d seen a ghost’

Boxing legend Mike Tyson once tried to fight NBA icon Michael Jordan at boozy dinner, ex-manager reveals – ‘He looked like he’d seen a ghost’

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Mike Tyson’s ex-manager has revealed details of a run-in between the boxing legend and NBA icon Michael Jordan at a dinner in 1988. Both sporting heroes have dominated the news in recent weeks, with Tyson announcing a return to the ring for charity and Jordan at the centre of popular Netflix docuseries ‘The Last Dance’. Getty Tyson and Jordan were two of the biggest names in sport in the late eighties Back in the eighties, the two Americans were at the top of their game, but despite being the undisputed and undefeated heavyweight champion of the world, Tyson was also battling with inner demons. His violent marriage to Robin Givens, and their subsequent divorce, caused Tyson’s personal life to eventually spiral out of control. Jordan briefly dated Giv
Arsene Wenger reveals why he loved ‘special’ Highbury but also why he ‘pushed’ Arsenal to leave their beloved home for the Emirates Stadium

Arsene Wenger reveals why he loved ‘special’ Highbury but also why he ‘pushed’ Arsenal to leave their beloved home for the Emirates Stadium

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Arsene Wenger has told talkSPORT he loved Highbury so much he would take a detour on his drive home just to see the ‘special stadium’. But he has also explained why he ‘pushed’ Arsenal to leave their beloved home for the Emirates Stadium in 2006. The legendary former Gunners boss joined talkSPORT host Jim White and Gunners legend Martin Keown on Friday for a very special interview, on the anniversary of Arsenal’s final game at Highbury 14 years ago. getty Arsene Wenger steered Arsenal to three Premier League titles during their Highbury days, but silverware dried up following their exit to the Emirates Stadium The Arsenal Stadium, as it was officially known, was home to the north London club for 93 years, from 1913 until 2006, when it was partly demo
Boxing news: Evander Holyfield announces ring return at 57 after old rival Mike Tyson reveals plans to fight again

Boxing news: Evander Holyfield announces ring return at 57 after old rival Mike Tyson reveals plans to fight again

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Evander Holyfield has announced he is making a return to boxing at the age of 57. The four-time world heavyweight world champion is to fight in exhibition bouts to raise money for charity campaign Unite 4 Our FIght. He declared on social media: “The moment you’ve all been waiting for…. The Champ is back! “I’d like to announce that I will be making a comeback to the ring. “I will be fighting in exhibition matches for a great cause. I’m training to promote a charity that’s very close to me. “Our #Unite4OurFight campaign aims to provide students the resources they need for emotional development and education.” Holyfield’s return raises the prospect of a third showdown with his great rival Mike Tyson. Tyson recently revealed he is also planning to put his boxing gloves back on to compete in