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Ant Anstead Jokes About Christina Anstead Divorce After She Files

first_imgHe still has his sense of humor! Ant Anstead joked about his professional and personal life amid his divorce from his estranged wife, Christina Anstead.The 41-year-old mechanic announced his exit from Wheelers Dealers, which he’s starred in since 2017, on Monday, November 2. He subsequently opened up about his departure with costar Mike Brewer and his replacement, former Formula One mechanic Marc “Elvis” Priestley.- Advertisement – “For me, I’m sad because you and me have got an amazing bromance,” Brewer told Ant in a clip shared via his Instagram Stories. “There’s no, you know … People are gonna say ‘Brewer can’t hold onto these mechanics’ and all this nonsense.”Ant Anstead Jokes About Not Being Able to Hold Onto a Job or Wives After Christina Anstead Files for DivorceAnt Anstead Can Nguyen/ShutterstockAnt quipped back, “People say that about me and my wives!”Us Weekly confirmed in September that Christina, 37, and Ant called it quits after less than two years of marriage. The duo, who wed in December 2018, share son Hudson, 13 months.- Advertisement – “Ant and I have made the difficult decision to separate,” the Flip or Flop star wrote on September 18 via Instagram. “We are grateful for each other and as always, our children will remain our priority. We appreciate your support and ask for privacy for us and our family as we navigate the future.”Nearly two months later, Christina made it official and filed for divorce at a courthouse in Orange County, California, on Tuesday, November 3. A source previously told Us that the duo’s inner circle is surprised by the news.Ant Anstead Jokes About Not Being Able to Hold Onto a Job or Wives After Christina Anstead Files for DivorceChristina Anstead Courtesy of Christina Anstead/Iinstagram- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “Christina and Ant have been very private about this and friends are shocked to hear the news because they seemed happy together publicly and while in front of others,” the source said in September.The HGTV star was previously married to Tarek El Moussa. The pair, who finalized their divorce in 2018, share daughter Taylor, 10, and son Brayden, 5. El Moussa has since moved on with Heather Rae Young, whom he proposed to in July.“Tarek is sad that Christina is going through a hard time,” a second source told Us. “But [he] did not think that Christina and Ant would last.”Ant, for his part, was previously married to Louise Herbert for 12 years. The former spouses share Amelie, 17, and son Archie, 14.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories!last_img read more

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Mrs. Marilyn A. (Miller) Morgan

first_imgMrs. Marilyn A. (Miller) Morgan, age 77, of Vevay, Indiana, entered this life on July 9, 1939, in Ripley County, Indiana, the daughter of the late, Arnold Wilbur and Gladys Mary (Lindsay) Miller. She was raised in Switzerland County, Indiana since the age of five where she attended the Vevay High School. Marilyn was united in marriage on June 30, 1955, in Vevay, Indiana to Pastor Robert E. “Bob” Morgan and to this union arrived two daughters, Angela and Linda and two sons, Gary and Joshua to bless their home. Marilyn and Bob shared nearly 54 years of marriage together until he passed away on February 22, 2009. Marilyn was a former Associate Pastor for the Cornerstone Christian Fellowship Church in Greensburg, Indiana. She was a member of the Vevay Assembly Church in Vevay, Indiana. Marilyn was a wonderful homemaker and enjoyed spending time with her family especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Marilyn passed away at 7:15 am, Saturday, August 13, 2016, at the Swiss Villa Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Vevay, Indiana.Marilyn will be dearly missed by her daughters: Angela (Morgan) Browning and her husband: Donnie of Vevay, IN and Linda (Morgan) Faust and her husband: Larry of Lafayette, IN; her son: Gary Morgan of Vevay, IN; her 10-grandchildren: Jared, Ashley, Drusilla, Randi, Danielle, Samantha, Robert, Korey, Alan, J.J. and Cody; her 10-great-grandchildren: Madison, Emma, Conner, London, Cecelia, Ethan, Elliott, Sophie, Chloe and Jackson; her brother: Rev. Kenny Miller and his wife: Carolyn of Vevay, IN; her sister: Carolyn Griffin and her husband: Dean of Pleasant, IN and her several nieces and nephews.She was preceded in death by her parents: Arnold Wilbur and Gladys Mary (Lindsay) Miller; her husband of nearly 54 years: Pastor Robert E. “Bob” Morgan, died February 22, 2009 and her son: Joshua David Morgan, died February 17, 1995.Graveside Service: Family and friends to meet at Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home to go in procession to Moffett Cemetery at 10:00 am, Thursday, August 18, 2016Memorial contributions may be made to The Gideon’s International Memorial Bible Program or Vevay Assembly. Cards are available at the funeral home.last_img read more

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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred slurs speech in Opening Day interview, and Twitter notices

first_imgMORE:  Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whip-around show on DAZNManfred, usually succinct and clear in his delivery, did not sound like his usual self, slurring his speech. Seriously. You good, Rob Manfred? pic.twitter.com/NFvNuzQndH— Alex Kozora (@Alex_Kozora) March 28, 2019Here’s Rob Manfred sounding odd during this opening day interview…(cc: @rtjr)https://t.co/cFSM8e8mvS— Benstonium (@Benstonium) March 28, 2019By comparison, here is what Manfred normally sounds like, in an interview just a day ago: Not everything can go according to plan on Opening Day of the Major League Baseball season. There are bound to be some kinks that need to be ironed out for the remaining 161 games.During AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh’s telecast of Thursday’s Pittsburgh at Cincinnati game, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred sat in the booth to break down his reservations about adopting a universal designated hitter in the near future. For opening day, here is my full sitdown with the commissioner of #MLB on pace of play, salaries, good news on young fans and much more. Play ball! @GetUpESPNhttps://t.co/ylJ4io9fuo— Mike Greenberg (@Espngreeny) March 28, 2019As Twitter tends to do, it had a field day with Manfred, questioning the status of his health, or even if he had partaken in too much stadium beer and hot dogs.If there’s something legitimate that I’m missing, my apologies in advance, but Rob Manfred sounds like he is under the influence of something.— Chris Mueller (@ChrisMuellerPGH) March 28, 2019I admittedly don’t know, but does Rob Manfred always sound like this?— Josh Rowntree (@JRown32) March 28, 2019Is Rob Manfred speaking like he generally does or is he slurring his words? Is all ok with him?I’m not being flip.— Colin Dunlap (@colin_dunlap) March 28, 2019I don’t know if I ever heard Rob Manfred speak before .. but is it usually like this?— Steven Fabian (@StevenFabianTV) March 28, 2019Rob Manfred in the booth pic.twitter.com/REKJiuL0WD— Smitty (@Z23smitty) March 28, 2019Rob Manfred sounds like he’s really enjoying Opening Day.— Adam Bittner (@fugimaster24) March 28, 2019Rob Manfred sounds hammered— Rum Bunter (@rumbunter) March 28, 2019Following the social media storm of fans and media concerned about Manfred’s status, Pirates play-by-play announcer Greg Brown, who was in the booth with the commissioner, said Manfred was dealing with bad feedback in his headset, causing him to be very slow and deliberate in his delivery.Opening Day may have been a bit of a strikeout for Manfred in the booth, but he’ll have plenty of chances to round into midseason form in the months ahead.last_img read more