Including her friends on Friday date night, Brooklyn Decker went to Pink Taco in Hollywood with hubby Andy Roddick and co-stars of "Friends with Better Lives," James Van Der Beek and Kevin Connolly (April 5).
The whole world is wrapped up (pun intended) in the Spirit of Christmas, and even our favorite celebrities are feeling the love of the holidays.
And thanks to the modern convenience of Twitter, we can all share the joy of Christmas Eve with famous folks the world over.
The 30 year-old tennis ace announced last week in a press conference that this would be the final event of his career, which turned out to be unsuccessful after a 6-7 (1), 7-6 (4), 6-2, 6-4 loss against Juan Martin del Potro.
He's spent nearly a decade trying to claim that ever-elusive second Grand Slam singles title, and now Andy Roddick seems to be down to his very last opportunity.
The American ace made a surprise announcement during his press conference at the U. Open in Flushing, NYC on Thursday (August 30), as he revealed his plans to retire from tennis after tournament's end.
She’s usually the center of attention, but yesterday (March 1) Brooklyn Decker was happy to be a spectator at her husband Andy Roddick's tennis match.
The 23-year-old has been dating Mc Hale, the older sister of WTA pro Christina Mc Hale, for a few years.
Harrison's younger brother, Christian reacted to the news, as did other players, including Andy Roddick.
Some couples spend quiet nights by the fire, but not Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick, they spend their time dancing.
In an Instagram post, the Sports Illustrated model and her tennis playing hubby are seen engaging in a little fancy footwork, throwing in a little twerking for good measure.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model sat court side as her beau participated in the Delray Beach International Tennis Championships, looking beautiful in a yellow low-cut top.
It's always one of the hottest stops on the pre-game party circuit, and GQ, Lacoste and Patron Tequila teamed up once again to throw a star-studded Super Bowl celebration in Indianapolis, Indiana on Friday night (February 3).
Singles players at Wimbledon will compete for top prizes of £1 million for the first time, but Andy Roddick is not motivated by the money alone.