Found December 05, 2012 on Busted Coverage:

Hypothetically, Paulina Gretzky woke up on January 1, 2012 and started thinking of what incredibly revealing piece of clothing she’d wear that day. And the same happened on January 2. And on January 3. It’s just a daily routine for Wayne Gretzky’s daughter. And Busted Coverage was there on pins and needles for her next Instagram photo. Why does the Internet continue to be fascinated by a hot chick who posts hot photos that are blurry, oddly colored and cropped by a blind person? Because we still can’t believe that Wayne and Janet created this. Sure, Janet was a model and all, but still. We also wonder what it’s like to call Wayne and say that you need the spending limit raised on the American Express. It must be an amazing life. That said, 2012 actually had some highlights for Paulina besides putting on a bikini and publishing a new Instagram photo. No particular order. • February: Freaks out when she catches Gronk dancing after the Super Bowl • March: Has Duke winning it all in March Madness • May: Starts to really learn the Kings roster; picks out single guys • June: Partied with Stanley Cup • July: Shoots scenes for Adam Sandler’s Grown Ups 2 • July: Wears a bikini • July: Shows off Wayne’s Idaho house with water slides • May: Hits a Dead Mau show • June: Spotted in jacuzzi with Jarret Stoll • August: Shows off tattoo to • Goes to five Halloween parties; dresses as Katy Perry & sexy cop • November: Takes photo with her Christmas tree   Filed under: Hockey, Lead Marquee

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