Don't Laugh at Elton John Falling out of a Chair During the Statoil Masters at the Royal Albert Hall
Elton John fell out of a chair during the Statoil Masters at the Royal Albert Hall. [James Dart]Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
Elton John fell over backwards in his chair while watching Sunday's Staloil Masters tennis action at the Royal Albert Hall in London.Sir Elton tried to grab some nearby chairs to prevent himself from falling, but instead ended up taking the chairs down with him. John was OK afterwards, but was probably a bit embarrassed. I guess that's why they call it the blues.H/T SBNation. ...
Elton John falling off a chair at a tennis match is hard to quit watching.
My friend William Tasker started it ( via a conversation with Dathan ), so blame him. He knew what he was getting you into. And best to Mr. Descalso–I do hope he lands in a good situation. Daniel (to the tune of Elton John’s “Daniel” , of course) Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane I can see the red ball cap with so many [...]
I’ve seen several articles talk about winners and losers based on last weekend’s Draft. The winners typically include Matthew Stafford, EJ Manuel, and the NFL for getting higher ratings than the NBA playoffs for an event that is months removed from the next game-day. I’m going the other way on this one. The winner of the Draft in my mind was clearly Elton John. I’m not sure...
One year ago the city of Boston fell victim to a cowardly act of terrorism. Today, the city remains strong in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings and prepares to celebrate the 118th running of the marathon in less than a week. As Elton John said in Funeral for a Friend/Love Lies Bleeding: Oh it doesn’t seem like a year ago to this very day. To be honest, thinking...
The mayor of World Cup venue Manaus is promising to ''dazzle the world,'' dismissing reports in a London tabloid that described his city as ''crime-ridden hell-hole.'' Mayor Arthur Virgilio hit back with humor at suggestions that the Amazon city could be dangerous for World Cup fans. Britain's Prince Charles has visited several times without being bitten by alligators, he said....
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