[Lumiere:] Ma chere Mademoiselle, it is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight. [Woman III:] I need six eggs [Man III:] That's too expensive [Belle:] There must be more than this provincial life [Bookseller:] Ah, Belle. And now we invite you to relax, let us pull up a chair as the dining room proudly presents - your dinner! [Belle:] There goes the baker with his tray, like always The same old bread and rolls to sell Ev'ry morning just the same Since the morning that we came To this poor provincial town [Baker:] Good Morning, Belle! Actually, the "John Wall," as demonstrated by hip-hop troupe Troop 41, is surprisingly simple to do, even more so than the Dougie.
The stoic Rory Mac Donald pulled off the greatest example of this at UFC 167 when he stepped out to face Robbie Lawler to “We Found Love,” by Rihanna.
While fans get ready to watch Kobe, Le Bron, Dwight and CP3 in Orlando, is offering its own stellar basketball collection: 10 basketball-themed songs and music videos that will fire up any hoops diehard.
From Michael Jackson's b-ball jam to all-star tracks by Shaquille O'Neal and Ron Artest (er, excuse me, Metta World Peace), check out these 10 slammin' songs that can soundtrack any All-Star party.
By one measure, the modern closer era began 15 years ago last month.
It wasn't Hoyt Wilhelm or Sparky Lyle, Mike Marshall or Dennis Eckersley. No, the modern closer era began one night in July 1998 in San Diego, when Trevor Hoffman stepped out of the bullpen at Qualcomm Stadium to the deafening sounds of "Hells Bells" for the first time.
Funny story about that: Williams' pitching coach Dick Pole didn't appreciate associating his closer with a song about wildness, so he had the music changed to "Thriller". Since 1998, thirty-four closers have accumulated 150 or more saves.