first_img– Advertisement – On November 6, Savchenko, 37, and Samodanova, 36, announced their split after 14 years of marriage. The estranged duo, who wed in 2006, share daughters Olivia, 10, and Zlata, 3.In a statement to Us, the Dancing With the Stars pro stressed that the twosome intended to make their children their priority following the breakup. “We still intend to coparent our wonderful children together who we love so dearly,” he said in a statement to Us. “And we will strive to continue to be the best parents that we can to them.”Samodanova, for her part, said in an Instagram Story post that their “road is coming to an end.” Later that day, the choreographer shared a cryptic message that alluded to Savchenko’s faults in the relationship. “I don’t hate you. I’m just disappointed you turned into everything you said you’d never be,” the note read.Gleb Savchenko and Elena Samodanova Were Having Issues Before SplitGleb Savchenko and Elena Samodanova Rob Latour/BEI/Shutterstock- Advertisement – A rough go of it. Gleb Savchenko and Elena Samodanova’s road toward separation was a bumpy one.“Gleb and Elena had been having issues for a few months, and his relationship with [his Dancing With the Stars partner] Chrishell [Stause] was the catalyst to bringing those issues to the forefront and over the edge,” a source tells Us Weekly exclusively. “Gleb is a very passionate person, handsome and always gets attention, and Elena can be insecure.”- Advertisement – Savchenko’s DWTS partner Stause, 39, is also in the midst of a separation from estranged husband Justin Hartley, whom she split from in November 2019. Since Savchenko’s breakup announcement, rumors have swirled about whether he had an affair with Stause. The Selling Sunset star and the Russian dancer denied the speculation.Savchenko, for his part, responded to his estranged wife’s “false accusations” of infidelity. “My relationship with Chrishell was and remains strictly platonic,” he told Us on November 7. “Our friendship during our season on DWTS was not the reason for our split. Elena and I have had longstanding issues in our marriage. This has been an ongoing situation between Elena and I paired with poor timing.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! The insider continues, “It was an ongoing thing while they were together, and it especially became an issue when he was on set, on the road and getting attention from the public.”Gleb Savchenko and Elena Samodanova Were Having Issues Before SplitChrishell Stause and Gleb Savchenko. ABC/Eric McCandlessIt all “took a big toll on Elena, and it was hard for her to adjust,” the source adds. Meanwhile, Savchenko “isn’t bothered by the attention and is just trying to live his best life and move forward” after the split.“His main focus is on his kids and trying to spend as much time with them as possible and also making time for himself,” the insider says. “Gleb feels secure and fully supported by the cast throughout everything. Everyone knew this was coming for a long time. So, they aren’t surprised and just have his back.”- Advertisement –last_img read more


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first_imgAlan Pardew is expecting the Crystal Palace strikeforce to be bolstered this week, although England international Rickie Lambert will not be one of those arriving at Selhurst Park. That win propelled the south Londoners out of the relegation zone but, while understandably delighting the new manager, has not changed his plans for the January window. “We still need one or two players,” Pardew said. “That is progressing pretty good and we hope to have some news this week, which I think might help us. “We are kind of monitoring strikers. I don’t think my pool of strikers have any problem with that. They know competition is coming in. “[Glenn] Murray was terrific and I was really pleased with him and that is a boost for us, but there will be, hopefully, a striker or two arriving.” Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis and Arsenal’s Yaya Sanogo are amongst those being linked with a move to Selhurst Park, so too is Liverpool frontman Lambert. Pardew has made an enquiry about the man he signed from Bristol Rovers in 2009 when Southampton manager, only to be told the England international will not be leaving Anfield. “I did have a conversation with Brendan [Rodgers], but I don’t think that Rickie is going anywhere,” he said. “I think that Rickie wants to stay there and try and win his position. I have no doubt that he can do that.” Press Association Jermain Defoe is another to have been heavily linked with Palace, with bookmakers going as far as to suspend the betting on him joining from Toronto FC. “Personally, no [I have not enquired about him] but I know Jermain from my West Ham days and I know what he can do,” Pardew said. “It will be interesting to see if he comes on the market and if he pitches in. He will probably have a couple of choices, I should think.” Pardew, like predecessor Neil Warnock, knows how important it is to swell the striking options at his disposal. Frazier Campbell, Marouane Chamakh, Kevin Doyle, Gayle and Murray have scored just seven league goals between them this term, although the latter looks set to become an important figure under Pardew. Murray’s Palace future had looked bleak but, having spent much of the season on loan at Reading, made his first Premier League start of the campaign against Spurs, producing a performance which impressed Pardew. “I thought he was terrific and he has done himself no harm,” he said. “I think he is a good guy. I would be reluctant to let him go back out on loan. I think he might be important until the end of the year. “He has just that bit of experience and it might have suited him to do the last 20 minutes – when the chance come you know that he has that authority to finish it, so, no, I don’t think [signing an experienced striker] is necessary.” Having ended a turbulent four-year spell at Newcastle to take the reins in south London, the former Eagles midfielder enjoyed a dream return to his old stomping ground on Saturday. Pardew’s first Premier League match at the helm saw Palace defeat high-flying Tottenham 2-1 at Selhurst Park, ending an eight-match wait for a top-flight victory, stretching back to November 23. last_img read more


first_imgSAN ANTONIO — Clippers coach Doc Rivers on Wednesday was fined $25,000 for what the NBA termed his “public criticism of officiating” after the San Antonio Spurs’ 111-107 Game 5 victory over the Clippers on Tuesday at Staples Center.Rivers referred to several plays, including an offensive goaltending call against Matt Barnes in the second quarter, a traveling violation on Blake Griffin in the third quarter and J.J. Redick’s sixth foul – on Tony Parker – with 48.5 seconds to play and the Clippers down 107-105.“I don’t complain much, but I thought we got some really tough calls tonight, some brutal calls,” Rivers said postgame.He was asked his thoughts about the fine Wednesday at the team hotel. Like vintage Doc, he made a joke about it. “It was a good call,” he said. “It was, it was a great call.”He said he didn’t go into his rant knowing this would happen.“No, no, I don’t plan … sometimes I’m smart enough to plan things, sometimes I’m not,” said Rivers, whose team is down 3-2 to the Spurs in their Western Conference best-of-seven series; Game 6 is Thursday night at 6:30 at AT&T Center. “I just felt like it needed to be said. So, I’ll take it.”The 50-50 gameRivers on Wednesday reiterated what he said after the Game 5 loss, that although he was upset at some of the calls that went against his team, there were other things that contributed to the loss. “The Spurs made plays,” he said. “We had 10 uncontested 3s we didn’t make (them). But I just thought the game came down to the 50-50 game. You look at all these other things that everyone looks at, this unit, this group, this player, the 50-50 game was the difference in that game.“They made all the necessary plays, to me, to win the game. Every loose ball, they got. And they got turnovers down the stretch, so you have to give them credit. It was their defense.”Rivers was a bit more harsh about the 50-50 thing in the postgame news conference.“I think going into this series, we’re the team with the speed,” he said. “A loose ball is a fumble and the team with the speed should get it.”The Clippers were 1 of 14 from 3-point range.Jordan’s ‘dumb play’Clippers center DeAndre Jordan was real tough on himself following Tuesday’s loss. It was his offensive goaltending violation of a missed shot by Blake Griffin with 4.9 seconds to play that helped the Spurs emerge victorious.Watching the replay, it’s really tough to decipher whether the shot would have fallen without Jordan touching it.“I was under the basket, so I couldn’t really tell,” Jordan said. “I was trying to make a play on the ball, but it ended up being a dumb play.”Jordan tipped the ball in, but the basket did not count. The Clippers were down 108-107 at the time.Hats off to DuncanGriffin scored a game-high 30 points in Game 5, but he made just 1 of 9 field-goal attempts in the fourth quarter, partly because of the defense of Tim Duncan. Duncan, who turned 39 Saturday, remains a marvel.“Yeah, he was good,” Rivers said. “Not only offensively, I thought he was good defensively.”Rivers spoke of the block Duncan had of an, 8-foot shot attempt by Griffin with 59.9 seconds to play and the Spurs up 107-105. Duncan’s teammate, point guard Tony Parker, raved about it.“That play was huge for us,” Parker said. “Huge block, huge play.”More checking outThe Clippers had a 27-13 lead late in the first quarter Tuesday and looked good. Just like that, the Spurs went on a 15-0 run. Mentally checking out has been an issue all season. But Rivers didn’t see it that way.“There are runs in games,” he said. “When we were up 14, I was hoping we would stay up that much. It’s the NBA. I don’t put a lot of stock into that.”center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more


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first_img“When civility leads to death, revolting is the only logical reaction,” Kaepernick wrote on social media. “The cries for peace will rain down, and when they do, they will land on deaf ears, because your violence has brought this resistance.”We have the right to fight back! Rest in power George Floyd.”Violent demonstrations had spread across the country through Saturday. First, Goodell’s statement, which referenced the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery: pic.twitter.com/rRUOPpWSpE— NFL (@NFL) May 30, 2020Followed by the Kaepernick responses:Where was this energy when @Kaepernick7 kneeled and peacefully protested?— Y🙃WN (@yawn_323) May 30, 2020Oh so now the NFL gets to cherry pick when they do and don’t care about black people 🙄 Kaep tried this the formal way and he was blacklisted— shawn 🧬 (@shawnwatsonjr) May 30, 2020pic.twitter.com/3LcHHvJiIf— 🧞‍♂The📚Liberal📚Guru, M.A.🧞‍♂ (@A_Smart_Liberal) May 30, 2020This is exactly what Kaepernick was protesting. Did y’all forget about that?— Harry (@Harry8__) May 30, 2020Will the NFL please lift its on-field kneeling ban?— Adam Rifkin 🐼 (@ifindkarma) May 30, 2020Save the bullshit— Kenny Stills (@KSTiLLS) May 30, 2020Where was this energy at years ago? pic.twitter.com/LgIXCVUt8R— Published Author (@Ter0me) May 30, 2020And so on.Kaepernick, who remains a free agent, voiced support this week for the violent protests over Floyd’s death at the knee of former police officer Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis.MORE: Eric Reid calls out VP Mike Pence for tweet about protests The NFL got instant feedback — and lots of it — Saturday after commissioner Roger Goodell commented on the most recent set of publicized police killings in the United States.Not surprisingly, the league wound up with heavy doses of Colin Kaepernick in its mentions, with many of the reactions in the vein of “You could have led the fight against police brutality and racial injustice four years ago, but instead you worked against peaceful protesters like Kaepernick.”last_img read more