That's the only word we can think of since we heard this wonderful news!
Scratch that! She's the mother of TWO adorable daughters!
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]
8-year-old Lacey Holsworth, who became a beloved figure at Michigan State University, sadly passed away this morning after a long battle with nerve cancer.
The little angel was known as Princess Lacey to her closest friends, particularly MSU basketball player Adreian Payne who struck up an unlikely bond with her during a team visit to a local hospital two years ago.
The big man immediately took her under his wing and the two
Ruh roh! Is there some trouble in paradise???
It's not uncommon at all to see all-star couples have a date night at Staples Center for some romantic basketball action, so when we heard Drake and Rihanna were at the Los Angeles Clippers game last night, we weren't the least bit surprised!
However, we DID find it a bit weird that the two love birds were at the same game and were NOT
March Madness may have officially brought the college basketball season to an end, but there's still some very exciting news in the world of college sports!
University of Massachusetts Amherst guard Derrick Gordon has come out to officially become the first openly gay athlete in NCAA Division I basketball history!
The trailblazing sophomore made the decision to come out publicly after
What??! How hard is this to get right!?
We've never even seen a basketball in real life, and we still know what the NCAA is! (JK, we've seen plenty of balls! Basket ones too!)
After the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team won the NCAA championship on Monday night, they became the top story everywhere.
And that includes Fox & Friends First, where Heather Childers reported that the team won the NAACP championship.
He always describes his lady love in such classy terms.
The 36-year-old rapper spit sweet nothings about his baby momma like, “one day I put an angel in your ultrasound,” "on the Bound bike I gave you only pipe," and even shouts out all of her sisters saying
Remember that guy who got a tattoo predicting the University of Kentucky would win the national championship before March Madness even began?
Yeah, well unfortunately for him, the Wildcats ended up losing to the University of Connecticut last night in Dallas, and that ink on his calf isn't going anywhere!
Kentucky superfan Tyler Austin caught a lot of people's attention after he posted
This is just so, so awesome! Bruce Springsteen was playing at the March Madness Music Fest in Dallas to celebrate the college basketball tournament when he decided to start off his set in the coolest way possible…
By putting his own spin on Van Halen's iconic song Jump!
Ya know, now that we think about it The Boss has totally been on a covers kick lately…!
We wonder what's next!?
anxiously patiently wait to see what's to come, ch-ch-check out Bruce's take on the song…AFTER THE JUMP!!!