Kara is in Rio right now, and since my emails to her are bouncing back with a very cold out of office reply, you’ll all have to hear my commentary about this show you probably don’t watch, starting with: Cindy Crawford was in Sunday night’s episode?
WAGS Miami is still really happening. In this next installment of the E! anthropological docu-series, we will explore the inane hierarchy of the wives, and girlfriends of professional athletes, this time, in the city of Miami.
It looks like E! is aiming to give their new hit WAGS the Real Housewives treatment by expanding the series with a spin-off in Miami. Few things have ever made more sense.
The first episode of E!’s reality series WAGS (which stands for Wives and Girlfriends of Sports Stars), begins with an explainer about what it means to be the wife of an athlete. In case you’re unfamiliar with these duties, it’s laid out as such: Being your man’s No. 1 fan, maintaining an opulent lifestyle and being…
The Daily Fail knows why England's World Cup hopes were crushed yesterday when it lost 4-1 to Germany: forward Wayne Rooney waxed his chest before the game.
The World Cup is a big freakin' deal for soccer fans all over the globe, yet the media somehow manages to forget, as per usual, that women actually watch sports. Well, some women do - others just ruin everything.
America is no stranger to high-profile tabloid relationships between athletes and celebrities, with actresses, models, and reality stars dating the likes of Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Lamar Odom, and Tom Brady. But there's one thing America doesn't have: WAGs.
The Wives and Girlfriends (WAGs) of Footballers (soccer players) enjoy a sort of notoriety in the press. Victoria Beckham is by far the most famous, but a new crop of African women are showing off their glamor as well.