Shakira, Colombian pop star and girlfriend of Spain's Gerard Pique, performed at the closing ceremony of the World Cup on Sunday.

And when Shakira performs, the world watches. 

Here are highlights of her performance of summer jam "La La La" at the Estadio Maracana:

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Jeremy Hill is now a member of the Cincinnati Bengals after being drafted in the second round of the 2014 NFL draft, but he clearly still has a strong connection to his roots.

Hill showed off his very LSU-themed back tattoo on his Twitter account. Not only can he be seen in his No. 33 LSU jersey, but there is also a tiger and a large backdrop of Tiger Stadium.

You geaux, Jeremy.

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Go home, John Deere Classic signs, you're drunk.

Do fans download the app, or do fans keep their phones away? There's really only one way they must be feeling:

[Twitter, h/t Darren Rovell]

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If you're in the front row at an Arena Football League game, please keep your hands and feet inside the stands at all times.

Or maybe, just maybe, don't lean over the sideline wall and attempt to beat a professional wide receiver to the catch.

The Spokane Shock fan seen in the above video thought he had a chance to go home with a special souvenir. He got more than he bargained for.

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Portland Trail Blazers forward Thomas Robinson came up with a steal off a pass attempt to New York Knicks big man Cameron Moore on Saturday and saw the opportunity for a highlight-reel dunk on the other end of the floor. 

Things didn't quite work out that way.

The Trail Blazers lost 71-69, though Robinson, the fifth overall pick in 2012, finished with a team-high 19 points and seven rebounds.

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The World Cup final is a big day for Germany. Therefore, it's a big day for David Hasselhoff.

Thankfully, Hoff is well-prepared for Germany's clash with Argentina. 

Hasselhoff, of Knight Rider and Baywatch fame, was born in America, but his father is half-German. 

To hype himself (and Germany) for the match, Hasselhoff created "The Hoff's Game Before The Game," an incredible spoof of Beats by Dre's now-famous video

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The couple that came to national prominence during the 2013 BCS National Championship Game has made it official: Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron and his model fiancee Katherine Webb tied the knot at the Orange Beach United Methodist Church in Alabama on Saturday.

McCarron, 23, and Webb, 25, were engaged in March 2014. E! Online's Natalie Finn and Holly Passalaqua confirmed the wedding details, which have been publicly available for some time.

The pair have been dating for nearly two years, most of which has been cast into the national spotlight as McCarron competed for titles at Alabama.

Webb shot to instant fame when ESPN broadcaster Brent Musburger made a few comments about her appearance during the Crimson Tide's 2013 championship win over Notre Dame, including, "You quarterbacks, you get all the good looking women," "What a beautiful woman" and "If you’re a youngster in Alabama, start getting the football out and throw it around the backyard with pop."


Even professional footballers such as Alexandre Pato occasionally get star-struck.

LeBron James is in Brazil for the World Cup final, and apparently he ran into Pato somewhere along the way. The former AC Milan man didn't miss an opportunity to snap a photo with the four-time NBA MVP and share it on Instagram.

Our main takeaway? Pato needs to learn to take better photos. 

As for James, with all of his world fame, even a man of his stature was humbled by the experience. 


In the midst of reshaping the New York Knicks, Phil Jackson evidently still has some free time on his hands. He also has his own brand of humor and isn't afraid to show it off on Twitter.

After learning of Pau Gasol's signing with the Chicago Bulls, the Zen Master tweeted this photo:

The photo is from June 30, 2014, when lightning struck three of Chicago's tallest buildings at the exact same moment. Just as exciting as Gasol joining the Bulls, apparently. 



The Milwaukee Brewers were down 8-1 to the St. Louis Cardinals in the bottom of the fifth inning on Saturday, and Carlos Gomez fell victim to an Adam Wainwright breaking ball, striking out to end the inning. 

Naturally, Gomez was upset with his bat and tried to take out his frustrations, but it didn't work out like he planned. He went to break his bat not once, but three timesand failed.  

You've got to give credit to Gomez for not giving up right away, but he finally settled for the bat-and-helmet slam as he headed back to the dugout. Nothing seemed to go Gomez's or the Brewers' way, as the Cardinals rolled to a 10-2 victory, extending Milwaukee's losing streak to seven games. 

Maybe next time, Carlos.