Gomez is gone
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have called it quits, which means the pop prince is on the prowl. Bieber should have his pick of the litter, and our fun-loving friends at SportsInteraction have set odds on his next gal pal.
Barbara Palvin +500
Bieber has been rumored to be seeing Hungarian model and Victoria's Secret angel Barbara Palvin. The move to a blonde bombshell is the natural progression after a brunette.
Taylor Swift +600
Take it from every guy who has ever dated Taylor Swift - don't! Chances are you'll piss her off and end up the inspiration for one of her girly songs. And with Bieber on the rebound like Rodman, this could only end in tears and terrible songs.
Candice Accola +800
Accola is a singer/actress, known best for her role on the teen drama The Vampire Diaries. She's a budding songstress and could use Bieber to further her career, while he uses her for... other things. People helping people. It's a powerful thing.
Ashley Benson +800
Yep, that's Benson hanging half naked off of Bieber's ex. The two were in the film Spring Breakers together which makes her kind of forbidden fruit for Bieber. And what Bieber wants, Bieber gets.
Ashley Greene +1,000
Greene has shown on up a lot of "possible girlfriend" lists, and why wouldn't she? The Twilight star is smoking hot and isn't afraid to flaunt it. Did you see her SoBe ad in SI's swimsuit edition?
Vanessa Hudgens +1,000
Hudgens is another cast member of Spring Breakers, giving her the "best friend" appeal when it comes to Bieber's ex. However, those nude pics that showed up a few years back took a lot of the mystery out of Hudgens.
If Bieber wants to get as far away from the squeaky-clean image of Gomez, Ke$ha is his girl. And if Bieber is wondering what it's like to have an STD, she might also be his best option. Any girl with a dollar sign in her name is bad news.
Jennifer Lawrence +1,200
The Hunger Games starlet is the current Hollywood hot girl, with the looks and acting chops to carry a film. However, she may be into more manly men, like current co-star Bradley Coooper, than boyish good looks.
Victoria Justice +1,200
Justice is Selena Gomez 2.0, gaining her fame from the Disney child-star mill. Nothing would get under the skin of his ex more than getting with her replacement.
Katy Perry +2,000
Perry is getting over a divorce with the help of notorious cocksman John Mayer. Maybe pop's princess would like to give pop's prince the full tour of Candy Land.
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Earlier this year, ESPN's SportsNation unveiled a great graphic of Derek Jeter's Dating Diamond, featuring some of the legend's amazing lineup of past girlfriends. Following the Captain's final All-Star appearance Tuesday evening, we thought we'd throw together a slide show featuring his exes. Respect indeed.
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FHM Sexiest Woman In The World 2015 Prop Odds
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"I bet Bieber will finally come out of the closet and date a dude! - that's good
handicapping eh? - i mean why do they assume he will date a girl?"
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How do you go about basing your Over/Under picks in the NHL (or in any sport for that matter?). Do you look for a team that’s currently red hot offensively and simply bet the OVER? Do you automatically assume a total will go UNDER the number because a team has done well defensively of late? Those of course are the most obvious factors to base a “totals” play on, and while “recent performance” does play a role in my selection process, it’s certainly not the only set of criteria that I use. Anyone that’s followed me for any lengthy of time knows that I am primarily a “situational” handicapper at heart, but that I don’t follow any one particular methodology religiously and that I believe remaining “flexible” at all times is the best way to approach a contest. Being a situtational handicapper allows you to take the “players” out of the equation a lot of the time, and for me that’s definitely the case for the most part, it rarely matters who is playing and who isn’t in my process (unless of course it’s a Top 5 player like LeBron James or Tom Brady etc). It’s not a big secret in that I base my Over/Under picks on “lop sided” trends and numbers and in this case, each team has played to the UNDER a few times coming into this one, switching the value to the higher number in my opinion. While the Pens opened the second half with a 5-3 win over Winnipeg, they’d then revert and fall 4-0 the following night to Washington; Pittsburgh has seen the total dip below the posted number in three of its last four. New Jersey came out of the break with a low-scoring 2-1 win over Toronto, after playing to three straight OVERs to end the first half. However take note that of the three games these teams have already played against each other this season, two of of them have dipped below the posted number, including in the last two straight. I’ll be the first to admit that the “Law Of Averages” is flawed in many ways, but I have always felt that “lopsided” numbers and trends have a way of naturally “correcting” themselves over the short, mid and long term. I think there are enough factors working in our favor here to pull the trigger on the OVER.
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