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Justin Bieber, apparently, is for more than just teenage girls.
Athletes are supposed to be good at sports, and they certainly aren’t paid to have good taste in things like music. So maybe that explains the recent run of sports stars showing up at Justin Bieber concerts.
First is was former Cy Young-winner Clayton Kershaw attending a not only a Justin Bieber concert, but a Justin Bieber concert opened by Carly Rae Jepsen of “Call Me Maybe” fame. More recently, it was former Patriot Ross Ventrone showing his appreciation for Bieber, and meeting up with some stars of Dance Moms, as well.
Well, on Wednesday night, NHL star Sidney Crosby was the latest to fall in line with the Biebs. The whole thing started with some Twitter rumors, before a picture of Crosby in attendance finally popped up on the web. Check out the evidence of Crosby’s Justin Bieber fandom in the image below.
Photo via Twitter/NHL Memes
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What originally turned out to be just another Twitter rumor, ended up being proven true. Pittsburgh Penguins star forward Sidney Crosby was spotted at a Justin Bieber concert with his teammate Tyler Kennedy, and there is photo evidence that he was there. The concert was at Pittsburgh’s Consol Energy Center, but you have to wonder why Crosby was there. I mean, sure, the lockout...
Good, bad or indifferent?
Seems Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby was spotted at Justin Bieber’s concert at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh last night, and this has set the interwebs ablaze in a firestorm of controversy. Is it that wrong for a 25-year-old NHL hockey player to be in attendance at the Biebs’ show? Does this mean Crosby’s image goes from soft...
I've been writing about Justin Bieber too much on this blog (read: more than once). Sidney Crosby apparently took in one of his concerts a little while ago. The picture above appeared on Tumblr Tuesday night, and was first shared with the hockey world by 25Stanley.com. This is a palate cleanser after a terrible day of negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA that went nowhere....
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Eric Tangradi has seen his shares of ups and downs since coming over from Anaheim with Chris Kunitz for Ryan Whitney several seasons ago. He's scored one goal in 40 games with the Penguins, but heâs played well for AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. He has a team-leading nine goals and one assist in 15 games thus far in 2012-13. Hereâs his Baby Penguins...
I've been writing about Justin Bieber too much on this blog (read: more than once). Sidney Crosby apparently took in one of his concerts a little while ago. The picture above appeared on Tumblr Tuesday night, and was first shared with the hockey world by 25Stanley.com. This is a palate cleanser after a terrible day of negiotations between the NHL and NHLPA that went nowhere...
With the NHL locked out there is a lot of free time for the leagues players. Apparently times have gotten desperate though. Pittsburgh Penguin star Sidney Crosby was spotted at a Justin Bieber show.
While Beiber was at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh so was “Sid the Kid.”
Not exactly my idea of fun but hey… (H/T 25Stanley)
I don’t know whether to blame this on the lockout or the concussions, but I do know that I hate it and it’s unacceptable. This cannot be unseen.
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While former Patriots safety Ross Ventrone is taking a break from the NFL after reaching an injury settlement with New England, he’s taking the opportunity to find his inner tween.
Ventrone — who’s notoriously active and hilarious on social media — tweeted early on Tuesday that he was preparing himself for night out on the town at a Justin Bieber concert.
Nothin but Bieber...
As Justin Bieber loves to preach to his millions of Beliebers, never say never. In a surprise move, Todd Duffee (Pictured) has been brought back to the planet’s premier mixed martial arts promotion.
According to the Las Vegas Sun, the once-promising heavyweight will meet Phil De Fries at UFC 155 this New Year’s Eve weekend.
The UFC confirmed the report by retweeting the post...