George Clooney's reported ex Stacy Keibler is smiling through the split, insisting she's too busy to get blue. The former wrestler is promoting her new U.S. TV game show Supermarket Superstar, and she's refusing to let the end of her romance with Clooney ruin her success.
She tells TV news show Extra, "There’s nothing really dramatic that happened, so it’s all good. I’m someone that’s always lived (in) the present moment. I always look at the positive on everything... I’m so excited for all these projects coming up, and I’m super busy."
Her new TV show premieres next week (22Jul13).
The Los Angeles Galaxy player is in his native U.K. to visit family and he took time out to perform his duties as an ambassador for supermarket giant Sainsbury's 1 Million Kids Challenge.
The project aims to encourage a million children from across Britain to try a paralympic sport ahead of the 2012 Olympics in London in July (12).
And Beckham shocked youngsters at Vaughan Primary School in Harrow, north London by joining them as they tried their hand at various sporting disciplines.
He was greeted by an enormous cheer from the excited pupils as he walked into the school's assembly hall unannounced on Friday morning before joining them in the playround.
Beckham told TV show This Morning, "It's been a while (since I've been to school). I've been in my kids' playgrounds a few times but it's been a while since I've been in one in London.
"I'm here as part of (my role as) ambassador for Sainsbury's, and we have got, like, a Sainsbury's Million Kids Challenge that has been going on. It's something that I'm very proud of. What's amazing is it's a Million Kids Challenge but there are two million kids around the country that have (joined in and) tried paralympic sports.
"That's inspiring for many people. It's great for kids to try different things that are going to be in the paralympics. It's a great thing."
As part of his new role as the face of U.K. supermarket giant Sainsbury's, Beckham has shot a commercial in which he plays his beloved sport while wearing a blindfold with Britain's Paralympic soccer team.
In the ad, the usually agile player has to grab on to a guide while trying to kick the ball across the pitch, and tries in vain to score twice.
At the end of the commercial, he tries one last time, and kicks the ball to the back of the net.
The campaign is part of the retail giant's initiative to encourage one million kids to try playing a Paralympic sport before the 2012 games.
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Episode 2. Global Cuisine
(AIR DATE 07/29/2013)
A Russian immigrant with a dream, a Portuguese-American cook with a treasured family recipe and a food truck entrepreneur trying to make his father proud compete to get their international food products on supermarket shelves across the country. After receiving advice from the mentors, the cooks head into the kitchen to revamp their recipes in only 90 minutes. As the tension heats up in the kitchen, one cook discovers he has to make some tough decisions to bring his costs down, while another refuses to tweak her perfect recipe. The cooks' revamped dishes are presented to a focus group of food bloggers.
Episode 3. Natural Foods
(AIR DATE 08/08/2013)
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Episode 5. Spreads & Dips
(AIR DATE 08/22/2013)
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Episode 6. Sauces
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Episode 7. Snacks
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