You know whom we should all be proud of? A-Rod. For a guy who obsesses over what people think, he sure doesn't act like it. First he was seen gallivanting about in Canada (of all places) with a chesty erotic [sic] dancer, then he ditches his family not because of a certain affecting pop star (despite massive evidence to the contrary) and then he's seen horsing around (and probably grab-assin') with that same pop star (thank gawd it wasn't Miley Cyrus, she's suffered enough). (By the way, we're talking about Madonna.)
And now the tall, handsome and clutch-noncompliant star is hanging 'round another gal who may be too something for him. Per the New York Daily News, has been squiring The Real Housewives Of New York City person Bethenny Frankel about Miami, Florida (particularly around the fabulous Hotel Fontainebleau).
A rumored rendezvous earlier in the year and its subsequent denial by Bethenny Frankel (of The Real Housewives Of New York City) are said to have prompted Alex Rodriguez (of baseball's New York Yankees) to call her up on the telephone.
If you're a fan of The Real Housewives Of New York City (really a bit of a misnomer given the addresses, marital statuses and occupations of most of the cast), you'll know that Bethenny Frankel has been a touch unlucky in the love department. It's said "lucky in love unlucky in cards," maybe A-Rod can substitute his "lucky in cards" for a "not terrible in the playoffs."
Glad that A-Rod has lots of time to work on his game while the Yankees less-than-sprint out of the gate. Also, if you're partying at The Delano in Miami instead of the Hotel Fontainebleau are you just a total loser these days?
In case you're not a fan of The Real Housewives Of New York City but like to keep up on your pop-culture gossip, Bethenny Frankel is not the one who allegedly bonked her husband (that was Kelly Killoren Bensimon) and she's not the one getting divorced (that's the Countess Luann de Lesseps). So, now you know more about things that will probably not cause you to live longer or love better.