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Lewis Hamilton is still friendly with Nicole Scherzinger’s family – see the photo!



Lewis Hamilton is still friendly with Nicole Scherzinger's family – see the photo!

Lewis Hamilton is still on great terms with his ex Nicole Scherzinger’s family, almost a year and a half after their split.

The Formula One champion spent the day hanging out with Nicole’s three nieces, and took to Instagram to share a photo of his little “monsters”.

“My favourite lil ones. Been so much fun spending time with you!” wrote Lewis, tagging Nicole’s younger sister Keala in the caption.

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The photo showed the close bond that Lewis still shares with Nicole’s family. Fans were quick to comment on their hope for a reconciliation, with one writing: “Lovely, hope u miss Nicole get her back & marry her Champ.”

“Still hoping for you and @nicolescherzy. This pic speaks a lot about your connection with her and her fam,” wrote another.

Nicole, 38, and Lewis, 31, dated on-off for eight years. They split in February 2015.

Five months after their break-up, Nicole started dating tennis star Grigor Dimitrov. Over the summer she told Fabulous magazine: “We’ve been together for quite some time now, so I’m just living in the moment and I’m happy.

“It’s good for girls to be with nice guys. Respect the nice ones – they can win! He’s so damn cute.”

Speaking about her ex Lewis, she added: “I think that we… wish each other well. In all honesty, it’s in my past and I’m all about keeping the past in the past.”

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The family pictured in New York

Lewis, meanwhile, has been linked to Rihanna and models Winnie Harlow and Barabara Palvin, although he admitted that he has been focusing on his career.

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Speaking during an interview on The Jonathan Ross Show last year, Lewis said: “I’ve been in two relationships in my life, I was 18 to 22 and 23 to 30 and so I missed the single life that all my friends had and now I’ve just been throwing myself at work, I’ve worked harder than ever this year, as I said I’ve travelled like crazy, I’ve experienced everything I want to experience.”

He also admitted that he had been dating occasionally following the break-up. “Occasionally yes,” Lewis smiled. “I’m enjoying it, it’s really good fun, it’s a fun period of time in my life.”

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“Stephen Curry bought an $8 Million condo to avoid getting stuck in traffic for 20 minutes!”: Warriors’ star got the Four Seasons’ 30th Floor residence to avoid commute to Chase Center



Warriors’ Stephen Curry bought a condo in Four Seasons Residences to avoid traffic on his way to practice at Chase Center

In today’s day and age, the toughest challenge each and every one of us faces is to get good accommodations near the workplace. More often than not, places close to the office are out of our budget, and the ones we can afford are far away from the workplace.

Getting to the office and going back home is often more stressful and tiring than the work itself. Sadly, most of us cannot do anything about the same. However, if your name is Stephen Curry, you sure can. In the summer of 2019, the Warriors bid adieu to Oakland and Oracle Arena, as they moved to their shiny new arena, Chase Center in San Francisco.

When the Warriors moved across the bridge, so did Stephen Curry. He bought a $31 Million home in Atherton, which was a record purchase in the Bay Area at that time. However, commuting from his mansion to the Chase Center was proving to be a hassle.

Stephen Curry bought an $8 Million condo close to Chase Center to avoid traffic

In the summer of 2017, Steph became the first player in NBA history to sign a $200+ million contract. After his 4-year, $44 million contract, he signed a 5-year, $201.15 million contract with the Warriors. With this, Steph now was being paid for his skills properly.

In 2019, when the Warriors shifted to the Chase Center, Steph was having trouble commuting to the new arena from his Atherton home. He was constantly getting late by 20-25 minutes. When people like us get late, we usually just start our day some 30 minutes earlier than usual. However, since he’s Stephen Curry, he decided to just get a new place near Chase Center to avoid the daily traffic.

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Steph went out and shelled $8 million to buy the 30th Floor condo at the Four Seasons Residence. The condo is just 5 minutes away from Chase Center and allows Steph to rest before and after the games.

An added advantage is that Ayesha Curry‘s restaurant, International Smoke is just a block away.

I guess when you make the kind of money Steph does, you can really eliminate all the things that can distract you from your art.


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Adorable photo shows Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry and family at Disneyland



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Adorable photo shows Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry and family at Disneyland

Adorable photo shows Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry and family at Disneyland
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Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha pose on the red-carpet at the NBA 2K16 Uncensored Premiere Event at Marquee on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, in New York. (Photo by Stuart Ramson/Invision for 2K/AP Images)
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha pose on the red-carpet at the NBA 2K16 Uncensored Premiere Event at Marquee on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, in New York. (Photo by Stuart Ramson/Invision for 2K/AP Images)

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ANAHEIM, Calif. (KGO) — After what looked to be an amazing vacation in Maui, Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry and his family made it to Disneyland!

A photo posted to Instagram by his wife Ayesha shows the two and their daughters posing with big smiles.

Riley, who turns 4 years old next week, is seen wearing a princess costume. And Ryan, who recently turned 1 years old, is seen waving Mickey Mouse ears.

Steph is up for several awards at Wednesday night’s ESPYs. Click here for full coverage.

This adorable photo of the family at the Happiest Place on Earth comes after they vacationed in Maui.

A video shows the family dancing:

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Ayesha wrote, “Such a memorable family vacation and amazing way to spend our little girls birthday. We had the best time!!! We couldn’t help ourselves. Dada looking real festive in the back.”

And other photos posted to Instagram show the family posing by the beach and pool.

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Nicole Scherzinger ‘dumps Lewis Hamilton after he refuses to marry her and start a family’



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Nicole Scherzinger 'dumps Lewis Hamilton after he refuses to marry her and start a family'

IT is understood Nicole, 36, called time on her seven-year relationship with the Formula One champion after becoming convinced he would never propose.

NICOLE Scherzinger has sensationally split from Lewis Hamilton, according to a new report.

The shock separation comes after seven years of on/off dating which has been marred by both public highs and private lows.

Lewis Hamilton

It is alleged the 36-year-old singer called time on her relationship with the Formula One champion after he refused to marry her and start a family.

“It really is over this time,” a source told The Sun.

A few months ago they were rumoured to be in the process of getting engaged.

But it is understood Nicole finally called time on the relationship after becoming convinced Lewis would never propose.

But now it seems the couple’s increasing time away from each other has torn them apart.

Nicole, 36, is said to be “really upset”.

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Lewis, 30, who won his second F1 title last year, is said to be more committed than ever to his sport.

His long-standing dream has been to win three world titles to emulate his hero Ayrton Senna, leaving little time for a steady love life.

Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton

“They’d been fighting for months but things had got much worse,” said a source.

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“They spend so much time apart that things just became untenable.”

Despite splitting up a number of times in recent years, the pair seemed closer than ever at the end of 2014.

But Lewis was all too aware of the pressure that was on him to pop the question.

At Rihanna’s Diamond Ball, he told E!: “I’m certainly feeling pressure, heat from family members.

“But Nicole’s massively focused on her work the same as I am. We’re happy just way we are.”

Both Nicole and Lewis have been working hard over the last few months, and just as the sportsman got some time off, Nic joined the cast of Cats in the West End.

Lewis revealed: “Nicole is going to be working hard in London. I get a break.”

The couple are understood to have tried but failed to agree on their future.

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Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Scherzinger attend the British Fashion Awards at London Coliseum (Image: WireImage)
Former X Factor judge Nicole made it clear she wanted marriage and children while Lewis has thought about little else than beating his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg in this year’s world championship.

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“You hear about people who achieve a lot but then lose their focus and you wonder at what point does it fade off. I’m grateful that the fire is still there within me,” said Lewis this week.

“I think subconsciously the taste of success spurs me on. I like that feeling and I want to feel it again and again.”

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Steph Curry’s wife Ayesha celebrates his MVP performance at All-Star Game



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Steph Curry’s wife Ayesha celebrates his MVP performance at All-Star Game

Ayesha Curry is “so proud” of All-Star husband Steph Curry.

Taking to her Instagram Stories on Sunday night, the wife of the Warriors superstar, 33, congratulated him for being named to the NBA’s Top 75, as well as the MVP of the All-Star Game in Cleveland.

“Look at my baby!” Ayesha gushed. “@NBA top 75 and tonight’s #KiaAllStarMVP. So proud of you @stephencurry30.”

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Ayesha Curry celebrates husband Steph on Sunday night during the NBA All-Star Game
Ayesha Curry celebrates husband Steph on Sunday night during the NBA All-Star Game
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Curry holds the Kobe Bryant Trophy after being named the MVP of the 2022 NBA All-Star Game
Curry holds the Kobe Bryant Trophy after being named the MVP of the 2022 NBA All-Star Game
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In the post shared with her 7.4 million followers, Steph is seen smiling after being introduced as part of the league’s 75th-anniversary team, which recognizes the 75 greatest players to ever hit the court.

Steph then put on a legendary performance Sunday night, recording a whopping 50 points to help lead Team LeBron to a 163-160 win. He was then awarded the Kobe Bryant MVP trophy, which was renamed after the late Lakers icon.

“Obviously, the [MVP] trophy has a very special meaning, honoring Kobe and [his daughter] Gigi and everybody that was lost two years ago. Very humbled, very blessed, and I really appreciate it,” Steph said.

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Ayesha and Steph Curry pose together with the Kobe Bryant Trophy after the 2022 NBA All-Star Game
Ayesha and Steph Curry pose together with the Kobe Bryant Trophy after the 2022 NBA All-Star Game
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Ayesha and Steph Curry embrace on the court after the 2022 NBA All-Star Game
Ayesha and Steph Curry embrace on the court after the 2022 NBA All-Star Game
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Steph, an eight-time All-Star, also recorded 16 3-pointers, the most in any All-Star Game.

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“Come on, man, this guy is from a different planet,’ James said of All-Star teammate Curry. “He literally has an automatic sniper attached to his arm and when he lets it go, everybody … is thinking it’s going in every time.

“To be out there and watch that [other] kid from Akron shoot the ball the way he shot it, it was unbelievable”

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Like James, Curry also hails from Ohio, where his father Dell played for the Cavaliers during the 1987-88 season.

Curry and the Warriors will return to the court Thursday when they visit the Trail Blazers.

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Lewis Hamilton: Formula One’s answer to Michael Jordan?



Lewis Hamilton: Formula One's answer to Michael Jordan?

(CNN)Lewis Hamilton has conquered the world of Formula One but becoming a global superstar is a far bumpier ride.

Sporting ability has been transformed into lasting celebrity by footballers like Pele and David Beckham and NBA star Michael Jordan.

At the age of 30 — and with the fastest car in the world at his fingertips — Hamilton is at the peak of his powers.
During Sunday’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, millions of hardcore Hamilton fans will bite their fingernails and hold their breath when their hero returns to the track in his Mercedes racing car.
But will the Briton’s quest for a third world title in 2015 even register with the average Joe?
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Half a billion TV viewers watch F1 across the year, a figure which pales in comparison with the 4.7 billion football fans who watch the English Premier League over the course of a season.
Jon Stainer, managing director of leading sport and entertainment market research company Repucom, argues that Hamilton, however, is already gaining wider recognition.
“On a global scale Lewis already sits in the top half of all celebrities across sport, arts and music,” he told CNN.
Repucom monitors celebrity trends by a monthly survey of the general public where 5,000 famous faces are rated according to certain parameters.
Those who rank in their study of the world’s top-20 faces includes actors Angelina Jolie and Leonardo DiCaprio, singers Madonna and Jennifer Lopez, footballer Beckham and Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates.
“We look at celebrity awareness and other metrics like likeability, whether they are seen as trendsetters, the level of trust people place in them and whether people aspire to have a life like that celebrity.
“We are starting to see Lewis go beyond the traditional Formula One audience into the mainstream audience.
“Some of that is spurred on by his on-off relationship with [former girlfriend] Nicole Scherzinger. Those stories put him in the headlines beyond the back pages.”
Hamilton split from popstar and TV personality Scherzinger for the fourth time in February after a seesawing seven-year relationship.
He may no longer be one half of motorsport’s “Posh And Becks” but he’s not been shy of socializing with stars from other spheres.
Just 10 days before the Australian GP, Hamilton was partying at Paris Fashion Week with musician and producer Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian.

Lewis Hamilton

Mixing with celebrity friends has raised Hamilton’s profile, and for some of his fans that is part of his appeal, but there is also a danger of alienating his petrolhead devotees.
The famous friends, bright red private jet — complete with traveling pampered pooches Roscoe and Coco — and forays into song writing might be at odds with the perceived image of a feisty F1 world champion.
Marketing expert Steve Martin, who worked with Hamilton in his role as CEO of M&C Saatchi Sport and Entertainment, warned the driver’s lifestyle could be “a bit showy.”
“I’m not sure if in any walk of life people like showy people,” he told CNN. “And so why should that be different on the international stage in a sporting context?”
Christopher Thomas, a Hamilton super-fan from New York, says: “Hanging out with top celebrities isn’t a problem as long as it doesn’t interfere with his ability to race.
“As long as he shows up to the race and does what he’s supposed to, everything is fine.”
Hamilton has often split opinion with his emotional approach to racing. Unlike his seemingly unflappable Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, the Briton races with his heart on his sleeve.
For some, that passionate impulse is exactly what draws them to him.
“Lewis is cautious and aggressive all at the same time,” says Brazilian fan Melissa, who shows her support for the Mercedes driver by referring to herself as Mel “Hamilton.” “Sometimes I think I will have a heart attack watching him!
“He does not live by certain standards. He is not hiding. He is authentic.”
Thomas agrees: “He’s so popular because you see him show his emotions. He stays true to himself.”

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— Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) March 10, 2015
Hamilton’s fiery responses have helped make him a fearless, instinctive driver who gives no ground on track.
Consider the mental resolve required to win both his world titles at the final race of the season — or, in the case of his 2008 triumph with McLaren in Brazil, at the very last corner.
But then there have been the meltdowns, which reached their nadir in a tumultuous 2011 season when Hamilton had an ongoing spat with Ferrari driver Felipe Massa — at one point calling his driving skills “frickin’ ridiculous” — and controversially criticized the race stewards in Monaco.
“A lot of commentators diss Lewis for being open about his emotional life,” says Tom Roope, whose company The Rumpus Room creates Hamilton’s digital media. “There is that Marmite-ness — you either love him or hate him.
“But I think people like the fact that he’s not running around trying to be perfect.”
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His hot-blooded impulses do allow a fleeting glimpse into the real Hamilton.
Following Hamilton at grands prix over the last six years, he’s not a very visible driver compared to others who can be seen chatting with team members and guests inside the motorhomes.
He is courteous and friendly in media briefings, where he will often chew on a handful of sweets, but it is hard to get beyond the façade of the PR-trained F1 driver and understand what he is really like.
Marketing and PR expert Martin believes Hamilton could improve his global popularity by opening up a little more.
“If I were to do one or two things, I’d like to make him more natural, to make him relax and be more comfortable in his own skin,” advised Martin, whose clients include footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, another athlete who has successfully transcended his sport.
“When he talks to use a language that isn’t so robotic. Humility and having a common touch is a very big skill that people forget.
“Beckham is the best example, he can show humility, he’s down to earth, he’s a smiler and he takes the highs and lows in his career very well.
“He has that continuous appeal that is so enduring, and you can take a lot of lessons from that.”
If Hamilton is to extend his celebrity beyond the sporting sphere, he could do well to follow Beckham’s example in another area too — philanthropy.
The former Manchester United, Real Madrid and LA Galaxy star retired two years ago but he has been an ambassador for children’s charity Unicef for the last decade.
He and his popstar-turned-fashion-designer wife Victoria have their own charitable trust.
When Beckham signed for French club Paris Saint-Germain in 2013 he also donated his multi-million dollar wages to charity.
Hamilton has also contributed to Unicef’s campaigns and during a break last season he traveled to Haiti to see first hand the charity’s work there with malnourished children.
Last May I visited kids displaced in Haiti’s earthquake. 5 years on & still supporting, @Unicef_UK protects globally.

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— Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) January 11, 2015
“Being involved in charity and community work is a way Lewis can develop his appeal beyond F1 and the sport audience,” suggests Stainer.
“That’s how Beckham managed to mold and transform his character and marketability towards the end of his playing career.
“Lewis can also touch the lives of more people but that is a difficult thing to do when you’re at the peak of your career.”
Martin agrees that having a strategy for his career beyond sport is absolutely essential to maintaining a high profile.
“We’ve worked with Lewis for a number of years and he’s been brilliant but it’s not about living in the moment, it’s about having a plan that evolves,” he added.
“How does he make sure his appeal is so enduring that it lasts beyond his Formula One career?”
Hamilton still has plenty of racing left in the tank. Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen is the oldest driver on the 2015 grid and the Finn will turn 36 in October.
For now, at least, there is one relatively easy way for Hamilton, allied with Mercedes’ powerful car, to crank up his kudos.
“Win more championships,” says Thomas. “And win more races in the U.S. and Canada.
“F1 is still growing in the U.S. and when it comes to celebrity status the U.S. has a big deal to do with what happens globally.
“If you’re a celebrity in the U.S. then it transcends outwards into other countries.”
Hamilton wins Formula One world title

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Could winning a third world title with Mercedes push Hamilton into the ranks of F1’s greatest drivers and deeper into the public consciousness?
“He’s the favorite in 2015 because the Mercedes gap to the others is so big that even if it’s reduced, it’s probably still going to be there,” Hamilton’s biographer Mark Hughes told CNN over the winter.
“Lewis is in a position to make it a great career and if he keeps winning titles he will be recognized as one of the giants.”
Hamilton has already raced his way to riches from rags, becoming F1’s first black star, a winner of 33 grands prix and two world titles, against a backdrop of racing rivalry and a rocky celebrity romance.

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On Sunday, another chapter will be written in the double world champion’s rollercoaster story when the 2015 season fires up around Melbourne’s Albert Park. So, what next?
“Lewis is a bit like a soap opera,” says Roope. “It’s amazing how much drama there is around him.”
“You need to create a story around somebody to have ongoing appeal,” says Martin. “What makes great sports people, the ones that fans like over time, are those who come back from tremendous highs and lows — that’s a great story.”

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