One more thing -- her wig is looking much better this time around!
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It's not easy being a WAG, folks!
When one caller asked if the Detroit Tigers pitcher enjoys getting busy before OR after games, the Sports Illustrated covergirl gave a pretty shocking answer. Apparently, Kate and Justin don't really have that much sex during the season. The blonde beauty explained:
"There's no sex before a game—absolutely none. What I've just found out is, if he plays too well, there's no sex after, either…He's exhausted. It's kind of a buzzkill for me."
Whomp, whomp. Despite Verlander's career getting in the way of their sex life, Upton couldn't be more supportive of her man.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the HIGHlights from Kate's WWHL appearance (below)!
Since the Houston Police Department can't seem to find any leads as to what happened to Tom's game-winning jersey, he's taking matters into his own hands!
And his top suspects?
Teammate Julian Edelman, halftime performer Lady GaGa, The Office boss Michael Scott's "Prison Mike" character, the shark from Jaws, the infamous Brady courtroom sketch from Deflategate, and more!
Seems legit to us!
And the QB topped off his description with a Good Will Hunting quote, saying:
On Tuesday, the Zoey 101 alum took to Instagram to share a video of her daughter Maddie playing basketball (below). AH-Mazing!
Dominique Moceanu is taking a stand!
During a 60 Minutes piece on Sunday, three former Team USA gymnasts — including Jamie Dantzscher, Jeannette Antolin, and Jessica Howard — came forward to detail the sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of Dr. Larry Nassar. The women claim they became Nassar's victims while training at the Karolyi Ranch outside Houston, Texas.
Not long after the special aired, Dominique issued a public statement on Facebook where she expressed her thoughts on her fellow gymnasts' accusations. The gold-medal winning Olympian wrote:
Have U seen Tom Brady's missing jersey???
If so, you may wanna cash that in real quick! LOLz!
If stolen, authorities have categorized the crime as a first degree felony.
And in the case someone is arrested, the Houston Police Department and insurance companies will determine the real worth of the apparel — which Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison says is probably closer to $200K.
We'll keep U updated on this crazy mystery!