Jan 13, 2021
Kevin Bacon gave Kyra Sedgwick a quarantine bikini wax
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Talk about a sticky situation.
On Tuesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” Kyra Sedgwick revealed that her husband, Kevin Bacon, gave her an “agonizing” at-home bikini wax while the couple sheltered in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It became clear at one point to me and to both of us that I needed a bikini line wax,” the 55-year-old actress recalled.“Part of me was like, ‘How hard can it be?’”
After she purchased a kit online, microwaved the wax and “assumed the position,” she decided to enlist her husband’s help with the intimate task.
“Kevin is like, incredibly handy,” she said. “I mean, he’s really good at a lot of things. He’s a good cook and he knows how to fix stuff.”
However, the Hollywood couple soon realized that waxing isn’t the 62-year-old “Footloose” star’s forte.
“I’m not saying it was a disaster, but the fact that we did not have to go to the emergency room was just an absolute miracle,” she said. “There were moments where I was like, ‘I thought you knew how to do this!’ … And he was like, ‘I didn’t say I knew how to do this. You said I knew how to do this!’”
When Sedgwick told her husband that he was “good at everything,” he replied, “well, I’m not good at this.”
Despite the waxing fiasco, Sedgwick assured Kimmel that she and her husband of over 30 years are staying strong.
“I come downstairs during this COVID time and I’m like, ‘How did you sleep? How’s your morning been so far?’ And I really care. I really want to know, which is surprising,” she said.
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Steve Nash Emphasises the Importance of Sacrifice for James Harden, Kyrie Irving Kevin Durant Trio
The Brooklyn Nets shook the NBA when they brought in former MVP James Harden in a mega trade. Harden now joins an elite team led by the duo of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.
While the individual quality of the trio is unmatched, questions have been rampant about their teamwork. Both Kyrie and Harden have traditionally played as point guards, so it will be interesting to see how they fit.
In a recent press conference, head coach, Steve Nash, talked about how positionless basketball has become and why Kyrie and Harden can take advantage of that.
He said, “The game is becoming more and more positionless; you don’t have to define a role. Fortunately for us James is a point guard essentially, but he has the size to play in multiple positions if you want to go to positional and traditional route.
“Kyrie will be point guard, he also is very capable playing off the ball. I think there is a lot of interchangeability between the players and the way the game is going and the modern game is very interchangeable and positionless as it is.”
Given that all the three players handle the ball pretty well, it will be tough to integrate them unless one of them is willing to sacrifice. Nash repeated how important sacrifice will be in this lineup.
He said, “It’s really about how much these guys wanna sacrifice to become an efficient unit and if they’re willing to do that, it doesn’t really matter who brings the ball to court and what you label it. It’s about how they play together and how willing they are to work and make each other better.”What to expect from the Nets after the James Harden Trade?
The Brooklyn Nets became instant title contenders last off season when they signed Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving from the free agency. Although the duo didn’t share the court until this season, it was clear that we were going to see an explosive Nets offense. The addition of James Harden to this impeccable duo makes the Nets the biggest threat to the champions, Los Angeles Lakers.Dec 26, 2020; Portland, Oregon, USA; Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden (13) dribbles the ball during the first half against the Portland Trail Blazers at Moda Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports
The Nets are the latest team to form their own version of a Big Three. If we were to take a recent example of a similar formidable combination, the Golden State Warriors’ trio of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant comes to mind. The trio won the championship in some style against the Cavs and KD got his first ring and finals MVP.
Can KD recreate his magic and make this Big Three work? The trio is undoubtedly one of the most dangerous offenses the league has seen in some time. The main factor will be how Steve Nash handles three big characters with their own egos and legacies.
This team has immense potential. They might struggle to find their feet at first, but once they do, they will be unstoppable. For the Nets, it’s at least Finals or it’s a bust.
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