Watch this young Yankees fan completely lose it after getting Aaron Judge’s autograph
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has a certain effect on fans. It certainly helps that he gifts them with more in-game souvenirs than just about every other player in the game (obviously, with the exception of his teammate), but there has to be something more than that to inspire fans to don full judicial attire to midsummer baseball games in his honor.
Fanatics inks autograph deal with Giancarlo Stanton
A crowd had gathered after the Rockies clinched a wild-card playoff berth. Some of them Gray knew as the community of signature-seeking fans who follow the Rockies from spring training to the postseason, from Arizona to Colorado and across the major leagues. Some he didn’t know. All of them huddled to get Gray’s name.
I often think about this. My head is full of dumb stuff it calls up randomly for no obvious reason. Here’s a thing – when I think about this, I don’t visualise Taylor Swift, I see in my mind’s eye that old Vodafone advert where David Beckham gets asked for a selfie in a supermarket. See? It’s just wall-to-wall nonsense up there in my brain.
‘I broke her nose, but I’ve still got her autograph’: Tonya Harding’s fight for a second chance
It appears Tonya Harding is up to her old tricks. Her loyal agent/publicist Michael Rosenberg resigned today over Tonya’s insistence that reporters be fined $25,000 if they ask her anything about the past. Here’s his FB post…”I, Tonya” is “Goodbye, Tonya!” pic.twitter.com/5BqLuLLLDE
Elton John stormed off the stage at his Las Vegas concert at Caesar’s Palace on Thursday after a member of the audience got a bit too handsy during his performance. The singer invited fans onstage while singing “Saturday Night,” but became visibly upset after someone kept touching the piano. After a few warnings, John got up and left in the middle of the song, refusing to return until the crowd was cleared.
Pamela Anderson Recalls The Scary Fan Story To End All Scary Fan Stories
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Without everyone who writes and reads MTF there wouldn’t be a site. This is truly for the fans, by the fans!