On Tuesday, USA Today reported that Olympic snowboarder Shaun White reached a settlement with the former drummer of his rock band Bad Things, after she filed a lawsuit against him last year accusing.. GrindTV
It was 74 degrees and sunny outside a nondescript studio in West Hollywood last week. But inside, the Winter Olympics had come nine months early. On Stage 1, an industrial fan blew smoke and fake snow.. bizjournals
On Monday night, Jimmy Kimmel opened up his late night show with a more intimate monologue as he explained how his newborn son, Billy, was born with a rare heart defect, Last night, though, Kimmel had.. Source: Wochit News -
Jimmy Kimmel is one funny guy. Do you remember when he duped the world with a video of a twerking girl who caught on fire? Almost 23 million people (suckers) watched that video. That’s the equivalent.. Huffington Post
Kimmel baby's heart defect is common, fixable The hole-in-the-heart problem that plagues comedian Jimmy Kimmel's newborn son is one of the most common heart-related birth defects, and it usually can be.. SeattlePI.com
Shaun White is one of the most decorated competitive snowboarders in the history of the sport, with 18 Winter X Games medals and two Olympic gold medals to his name. But judging off his activities over.. GrindTV
VAIL, Colo. (AP) " Shaun White upped the ante on the halfpipe Saturday, landing two of his sport's most dangerous tricks in the same run for the first time in his career to win the Burton U.S. Open.The.. New Zealand Herald
An investment property that Olympic and X Games gold medalist Shaun White sold a year ago for $2.3 million has flipped back on the market at $3.995 million.
The contemporary-style home in Hollywood.. L.A. Times
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Shaun White is interested in turning his Air & Style series into an Olympic qualifier for the Big Air competition, which makes its Olympic debut in 2018 in Pyeongchang,.. CBC.ca Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOX Sports
Shaun White, the two-time Olympic gold-medal-winning snowboarder whose aerial feats are enough to make you leap out of your skin, is finally comfortable in his own.
“I’d never go back to my.. L.A. Times