Things got a little cheeky in the first rate at the Canterbury race track in Sydney, Australia yesterday when jockey Blake Shinn's trouser elastic snapped as he rode Miss Royale toward the finish line.
Even with his backside on full display, he managed to finish second, right in front of a horse named Modesty.
This stuff you can't make up.
And while it was embarrassing, it didn't affect him much. He won the last race of the day on a horse named Eisenhower.
Sandra Bullock Named PEOPLE's 2015 Most Beautiful Woman
Congrats to actress Sandra Bullock! She has been named PEOPLE Magazines 'Most Beautiful Woman.' And this is the best part ... when her publicicst called to tell her the exciting new, Sandra responded by saying "That's ridiculous." HA HA! I love her. And it gets better, when the magazine asked her about her beauty philosophy she said, "The people I find most beautiful are the ones who aren't trying." So do I count? Currently wearing no make up, yoga pants and a sports bra.
Video of One Direction singer goes viral over soccer game "exposure"
OK - I am embarassed to admit I just Googled and then watched this video. All for the job people, all for the job. So apparently a member of One Direction was caught on camera running around on a soccer field...and he wasn't wearing a...ahem...cup or jock strap thingy. So his One Direction man parts are flopping around. And it's crazy! Fans are going WILD over this video. Louis Tomlinson (the One Direction band member with the floppy thing) has not issued any sort of statement. I mean should he?
Robert Downey Jr. Storms Out Of Interview After Personal Questions
Note to Self: NEVER ASK ROBERT DOWNEY JR ABOUT HIS PAST DRUG USE!!! WOW! The A List actor walked out of an interview yesterday after a whole bunch of personal questions were thrown his way. He was being interviewed by a British reporter about the new "Avengers" movie. But the questions turned to his personal life & past addictions. He got up and walked out. Straight up left the room! WOW! Not sure who is at fault here ... I mean it is the job of the reporter to report, right?