Kim Kardashian Gets Snubbed & Eva Longoria Swings with George Lopez: BR5 5/9

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Welcome to BR5, your daily source for sports and pop culture news.

Today’s episode of BR5 gets you up to date with everything from Eva Longoria hitting the links to Gronk's "Choice."

Organized by famed Vogue editor, Anna Wintour, the stars of film, music, sport and society all aligned this week at New York City's Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute gala. Amongst the A-Listers in attendance included Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brady, New York Knicks forward/firefighter Amar'e Stoudemire and backup quarterback extraordinaire Tim Tebow.

Noticeably not on the guest list was former Mrs. Kris Humphries, Kim Kardashian.

This week's "Which Sucks More Wednesday" features cringing shots to the family jewels. Instead of trying to catch the ball, a poor fan at the Tampa Bay Rays and Oakland A's game let the ball ricochet off his junk and it went on to hit the poor lady beside him in the face.

Meanwhile, Fenerbahce’s Emre Belozoglu took a devastating kick to the groin by midfielder Didier Zokora.

Former San Antonio Spurs WAG Eva Longoria has been working the links. The Desperate Housewives beauty was seen at George Lopez's Celebrity Golf classic, showing off her killer swing. Former Olympian and Kardashian aficionado, Bruce Jenner, and Ocean's Eleven stars Don Cheadle and Andy Garcia were also at the Classic.

Amongst the many interests Rob Gronkowski has, women rank on the top of his list.  The New England Patriots tight end will be featured as a celeb contestant on Fox's new dating show, The Choice

Black cats, squirrels, streaking men and now a chicken? In an English Premier League match between Blackburn and Wigan, a chicken made its way onto the field, disrupting the game play. The players eventually trapped the chicken in the goal.

 

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