Likely tired of being the distractions to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Tristan Thompson kind of addressed his budding romance with Khloe Kardashian.
It was reported that Thompson, who left his pregnant girlfriend Jordan Craig for Khloe, had decided to propose to his new girlfriend after only dating for two months.
“Tristan got down on one knee and asked Khloe to marry him,” an insider tells InTouch magazine, and the Strong Looks Better Naked star agreed to become his wife! “She’s delighted to be engaged and can’t wait to tie the knot early next year.” Khloe, 32, and Tristan, 25, are reportedly already making plans to have a romantic extravaganza that rivals the wedding of Kim Kardashian, 35, and Kanye West, 39.
“Khloe and Tristan plan on spending at least $1 million on their big day,” the source tells InTouch, “and they plan to invite 400 guests.” Thankfully, that massive amount of people won’t have to travel far, as Khloe and Tristan reportedly want to hold their wedding ceremony in California.
According to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, those allegations are false.
It’s only the preseason, but Draymond Green is in mid-season form. The Golden State Warriors forward was driving to the basket and was contested by Portland’s Allen Crabbe when he almost did the unthinkable.
Donald Trump provided the blueprint, and now Curt Schilling will try use controversy as a selling point for political office.
Days after the former major league pitcher expressed a desire to run for a Massachusetts Senate seat in 2018, Schilling asked Jake Tapper on CNN’s "The Lead" why Jews support the Democratic Party.
“I don’t understand — and this is, maybe this is the amateur, non-politician in me — I don’t understand how people of Jewish faith can back the Democratic Party,” Schilling said, “which over the last 50 years has been so clearly anti-Israel, so clearly anti-Jewish Israel.
“I don’t know what else would need to be done, said or happen for people to understand that they don’t — the Democratic Party is alive for Israel only because we have agreements in place to make them have to be.”
Tapper, who is Jewish, responded to Schilling saying that Jews support social welfare programs and not necessarily the Democratic Party itself.
“And I know a lot of Jews who are very strong supporters of Israel do support the Republican Party,” Tapper responded, “but again, I don’t speak for Jews.”
Schilling, a staunch conservative, said he wasn’t sure if he wanted to put his family through the scrutiny of his political aspirations. As he put it, “conservatives are fair game.”
Watch the video below to see the question that came out of left field: