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Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
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Atlanta Hawks Center Al Horford was married on Christmas eve to former Miss Universe, Amelia Vega (representing Al’s native country of the Dominican Republic)
The ceremony was held at the home of the 26-year-old singer’s uncle, an award-winning Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra.
In 2003, the then 18-year-old Vega became the first Dominican to win the Miss Universe crown. Vega then moved to Miami to open a boutique. In addition to her store, Vega was also a TV host and recently released her first album, “Agua Dulce” (Fresh Water).
For photos of the newlyweds, click here.
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Horford seems to have Vega all emotional when he asked for her hand in marriage. I just hope he has a prenup.
Atlanta Hawks big man AL HORFORD tied the knot Saturday with his girlfriend, singer and ex-Miss Universe AMELIA VEGA in a private Christmas Eve ceremony with their families in Santo Domingo.
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Marvin Williams had 14 points and nine rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks opened a double-digit lead early and cruised to a 106-70 victory over the sluggish Nets on Tuesday night in their final home opener in New Jersey.
Marvin Williams had 14 points and nine rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks opened a double-digit lead early and cruised to a 106-70 victory over the sluggish Nets on Tuesday night in their final home opener in New Jersey. Jeff Teague added 13 points, Joe Johnson had 11 and the Hawks got big games off the bench from Zaza Pachulia (13 points and 11 rebounds) and Vladimir Radmanovic (17...
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