Tony Romo And Jessica Simpson Finally Break Up

Gee whiz, has it been two years already since America’s (least) Favorite Couple, Tony Romo and Jessica Simpson, first charmed the nation/horrified Cowboys fans with their whimsical romantic entanglements? Yes, sadly, it just about has.

Jessica Simpson Tony Romo

Since that time, Simpson has gone from semi-relevant pop starlet to plumped-up wannabe country singer, but Romo seemed committed through it all. He put up with her vapid blank stares in the stands, her embarrassing public comments about their relationship, and her withering career prospects. But as it turns out, even Tony Romo has a breaking point. That’s right, huge NFL news today, folks - Tony and Jessica are no more.

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Collins & Cyrus This Generation’s Hall & Oates?

Everyone wants to be associated with a winner, so it’s no surprise that when a team has the level of success the Tennessee Titans have had, men in suits begin to emerge with book deals, recording contracts and other forms of money-making memorabilia ventures, most of which are incredibly stupid. So it’s heartening to see at least one good idea come from the Titans’ 9-0 start: A Kerry Collins and Billy Ray Cyrus super-duo!

Billy Ray Cyrus and Kerry Collins

While the duo hasn’t been made “official”, TENNESSEAN.COM has news of a chance encounter between the Old Pro and the Old Mullet. Apparently, Mr. Hannah Montana has a new song called “Back to Tennessee” that he’s been trying to link to the Titans great start. Somehow, this led to Cyrus pitching the song to Collins, and the rest, as they say, will be history.

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Don’t Believe Anything You See Or Hear Anymore

At the rate things are going, we’re soon going to find out that Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny aren’t real and are just made up characters created to help sell toys and chocolate eggs. Remember a few weeks a go when there was a bit of an uproar over the fact the Chinese used CGI to enhance the opening ceremonies, and also had a little girl lip-sync “Ode to the Motherland” because the other girl was too ugly? Well, it turns out the Chinese weren’t doing anything new.

It seems that faking part of the opening ceremonies is quickly becoming a tradition, as it turns out not everything during the opening ceremony of the 2000 games in Sydney was real either. Much like your girlfriend, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra faked their performance as well.

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