Orlando Bloom's Next Girlfriend
For those of you who aren't into the Lord of the Rings movies, the name Orlando Bloom may draw a blank. All you need to know is the guy just broke it off with his supermodel wife, Miranda Kerr (pictured left), and is back on the market. What a dummy. PaddyPower.com has odds out on the English actor's next gal pal.
Kirsten Dunst (+175)
For the 10 people that actually saw "Elizabethtown", this pairing makes sense. But for those measuring Dunst against Bloom's past track record, she doesn't look like a live favorite as his rebound.
Kate Bosworth (+400)
We've all had a "Blue Crush" on this blonde beauty since that surfing flick. She's a former flame of Bloom's and could be an easy rebound for the "elfish" actor.
Cara Delevingne (+600)
Delevingne is a fellow Victoria's Secret model and a friend of Bloom's ex. It would only make sense he would move on to the next best thing.
Taylor Swift (+1,000) / Elizabeth Olsen (+1,600)
Bloom probably doesn't want to end up the punchline in one of Swift's annoying breakup ballads, so there could be better value siding with Olsen. The actress seems like a much better fit and wouldn't write a nasty song about him if things went south.
Marion Cotillard / Amber Heard (+2,000)
Cotillard isn't Bloom's type but that French accent can go a long way. As for Heard, I don't think we need much explanation. She's just really, really, hot.
Sienna Miller (+2,500) / Erin Heatherton (+3,300)
Miller is right in Bloom's wheelhouse and he in hers. She loves her some skinny actor, having been with Jude Law in recent years. Heatherton is cut from the same cloth as Kerr, and is a Victoria's Secret Angel.
Katy Perry (+6,600) / Kate Upton (+8,000)
It's a choice between two Kates. Perry has a thing for British bad boys, having been married to Russell Brand. Upton is more in to beefy athlete types, so Bloom may have to hit the weights to score the SI cover girl.
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"miranda kerr you fool"
1* Georgetown (7:05 ET): By this point of the season, you should need much more in the way of rationale for playing against St. John's. First year head coach Chris Mullin really walked into a bad situation here and so far the Red Storm are just 7-17 straight up w/ their last win coming all the way back on December 13th. So yeah, go the other way.
Georgetown is back home after an ugly week (0-2 on the road) and looking to end a 5-game ATS losing streak. The Hoyas have won just one of those games straight up, beating Creighton by a single point. Off an 11-point loss at Butler and eight-point loss at Seton Hall, John Thompson III's team really needs a "pick me up." They should get it here as they just beat St. John's, by 20, on the road last month.
It was a season-high 93 points scored by the Hoyas in that first meeting. I'm not sure if they'll get quite there again, but the offense should certainly be better here than it was against Seton Hall on Saturday (33.9 FG%). St. John's defense is giving up an average of more than 80 points per game in conference play and as a team just got torched, losing by 33, at home to Butler on Satuday. Lay the points as this should be a blowout. 1* Georgetown
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