Cheezy of Cherry Hill, New Jersey is a former elf in the Christmas store of Disney World and is currently a host at Madame Tussauds wax museum. Although intimidated by his parents, he is a frat boy who once walked around in a club naked. Cheezy is allergic to cats.
Cheezy appeared on I Love New York 2 as one of 20 contenders vying for the heart of Tiffany “New York” Pollard in Vh1’s second installment of the reality dating series. He emerged as one of the lucky 10 chosen from the regular casting process. Unfortunately, he was eliminated on episode 3 of the show. He has since appeared on the fourth season of I Love Money, but was the first to be sent home.
Jamie Ignao is a native Scotsman residing and performing on multi level platforms in New York city. He is an opera singer, multi-instrumentalist, guitar instructor and vocal coach.
In his opera career Jamie has played roles such as Arturo in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, Le Remendado from Bizet’s Carmen and Ralph Rackstraw in Gilbert and Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore. He also debuted at Carnegie hall with the remarkable theater brigade in several art pieces with their performance of ‘Opera Shorts’ in October 2013. Jamie continues to participate in Opera performances with upcoming roles on the east coast.
Jamie prides his himself in his varied roster of students ranging in all levels of skill and age. He holds recitals for his younger students at various New York venues providing them an opportunity to perform to a live audience showcasing their talents and giving them integral stage experience.
As well as Operatic endeavors, Jamie can be found performing various genres like blues/rock/funk/jazz/metal at venues across New York leading groups at the helm or as a hired gun. He continues to write and record in the studio, pouring over material covering all aspects of music. His creative musical inspiration draws from a furiously varied font of variety. Musicians and bands such as Luciano Pavarotti, Nicolai Gedda, James brown, Joshua Homme, Dave Grohl, Red Fang, Queens of the Stone Age….
It is Jamie’s goal to form an understanding and appreciation for all forms of music, regardless of genre associated labels and to further the musical education of all ages.
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Shrove Tuesday (also known in Commonwealth countries and Ireland as Pancake Tuesday or Pancake day) is the day in February or March immediately preceding Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent), which is celebrated in some countries by consuming pancakes. In others, especially those where it is called Mardi Gras or some translation thereof, this is a carnival day, and also the last day of “fat eating” or “gorging” before the fasting period of Lent.
This moveable feast is determined by Easter. The expression “Shrove Tuesday” comes from the word shrive, meaning “absolve“. Shrove Tuesday is observed by many Christians, including Anglicans, Lutherans, Methodists and Roman Catholics, who “make a special point of self-examination, of considering what wrongs they need to repent, and what amendments of life or areas of spiritual growth they especially need to ask God’s help in dealing with.”
Being the last day of the liturgical season historically known as Shrovetide, before the penitential season of Lent, related popular practices, such as indulging in food that one sacrifices for the upcoming forty days, are associated with Shrove Tuesday celebrations, before commencing the fasting and religious obligations associated with Lent. The term Mardi Grasis French for “Fat Tuesday”, referring to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season, which begins on Ash Wednesday.
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MANCHESTER — Jose Mourinho has confirmed new Manchester United signing Alexis Sanchez will feature against Yeovil Town in the FA Cup fourth round on Friday night.
Mourinho has warned his stars they must “perform” to keep their places in the wake of Sanchez’s arrival.
Sanchez is set to make his debut against Yeovil at Huish Park, providing the first opportunity to see where he fits into a forward line that already includes Romelu Lukaku, Juan Mata, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard.
And Mourinho accepts the pressure is on some of his players.
He told a news conference on Thursday: “This is life in big clubs. In big clubs you have big players, you have competition, you have responsibilities, you have to perform always. The players in big clubs know the squad is 20 something where everybody wants to play.
“I think is absolutely fundamental and we want to improve all the time, do better and better and better. We want to achieve big things and will not stop until we do that. We want to be fighting for titles and so it is a very, very important addition for us.
“Now we have five attacking players of high quality — Mata, Rashford, Lukaku, Martial, Alexis — and it is fantastic for me and for the team.”
Mourinho has lost one attacking player in Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who moved to Arsenal as part of the deal to bring Sanchez to Old Trafford.
The Armenian leaves after just 18 months at the club following a £26 million move from Borussia Dortmund in 2016. He played a key role in the Europa League triumph last season, scoring in the final against Ajax.
However, Mourinho insists Mkhitaryan will be better off at the Emirates, while also suggesting the midfielder could have done more at United.
He added: “I think it was a fantastic deal and a fantastic deal is only fantastic if it is good for everybody. United and Arsenal made a fantastic deal, I lost a fantastic player, Mr Wenger lost a fantastic player, Alexis changed from a fantastic club to a giant club and Mkhi changed for a fantastic club, so was a great deal for everybody.
“I believe Mkhi is going to be even better than he was with us.
“With one-and-a-half years in England, adapted, knows [the league], Arsenal play the way they think, I think is a good move for everybody, that’s why I’m also happy for Mkhi.
“Could he perform better with us, could I take more from his talent? Maybe. Could he give a little more also to adapt to us? Maybe, but I don’t think regret.
“He’s in our history, so good feeling for everybody and a very specific transfer between rivals in a big country which I have to say must happen more times.”
Sanchez could wear his new No. 7 shirt for the first time against Yeovil, who sit 21st in League Two.
Mourinho has promised to take a strong squad to Somerset, although he is set to rest one or two big names with a game against Tottenham at Wembley to come on Wednesday.
He said: “We want to win, we know what cups are. We have to go with a very strong team, we are going to rest a couple of players, we have also a couple with little problems we want to try to resolve to have them without problems for the next matches coming in February — Premier League and Champions League — but apart from that we go with a very strong team.”
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It’s championship weekend in the NFL, with the final four teams vying for the right to play in Super Bowl 52 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
This means 28 fanbases are left without an obvious rooting interest, other than perhaps hoping their favorite team’s rival gets crushed on Sunday.
If you are looking to pick a side this weekend, there’s something to like about each of these teams. But first, here’s a look at each team’s odds heading into the conference championships.
Conference Championship Odds
Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots (-8)
Minnesota Vikings (-3.5) at Philadelphia Eagles
New England Patriots: 21-20
Minnesota Vikings: 23-10
Jacksonville Jaguars: 6-1
Philadelphia Eagles: 6-1
Odds are courtesy of OddsShark.com and updated as of Saturday, Jan. 20 at 12 p.m. ET.
Maybe University of Alabama fans will cheer on their professional counterpart in football dynasties as a good omen of continued excellence (or considering how far apart the fanbases are geographically, perhaps not).
The Patriots also have the most high-powered offense of the four teams remaining, so they also leave fans with the best shot at seeing some truly special offensive plays in the Super Bowl—though the other three teams are of course capable of their own bits of magic.
Then again, the Pats offense might not be humming along this weekend. There is a good bit of intrigue surrounding Brady this weekend. He’s listed as questionable with a hand injury, and his thumb required stitches this week, according to NFL Insider Ian Rapaport.
The Patriots are notoriously difficult to figure out when it comes to who is injured and exactly how hurt a player is, but a limited Brady could leave the door open for their upstart opponent.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are the underdog taking on the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. Their history is not a glamorous one, with just one other conference championship appearance in team history. The Jaguars boast a voracious defense, a powerful running game and a fantastic, fun smack-talker in All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Quarterback Blake Bortles has also become an object of fascination, as he’s a middling quarterback just two wins away from immortality.
Some think it’s wild that he’s even in the AFC title contest, like former NFL punter Pat McAfee:
There are shades of Baltimore Ravens’ Trent Dilfer here, with Bortles tasked with doing just enough to let his fantastic running back Leonard Fournette and the ball-hawking, quarterback-hunting defense propel the teal-and-black team to victory.
In the NFC, it could be a blast to ride the wave of good feeling and root for the Minnesota Vikings. They are in the championship contest thanks to one of the most remarkable touchdowns in NFL history—a play worth watching again and again.
The Vikings are also trying to avenge their franchise’s four Super Bowl losses between 1969 and 1977, as well as become the first team to play the big game in their home stadium.
Minnesota’s feel-good storyline also extends to their quarterback, Case Keenum—a journeyman who is having a career year. Keenum has the luxury of throwing to two excellent wideouts in Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs, with the latter responsible for being on the receiving end of the miracle in the video above.
Like the Jaguars, the Vikings are also predicated on defense, and they boast one of the oldest regular players in the league in 39-year-old cornerback Terence Newman (New England linebacker James Harrison is also 39 and a few months older, while Brady is 40; the rest of the elder statesman are kickers).
Newman is feeling so good at 39, he may not retire on a high note if the Vikings win it all.
“Let’s just say hypothetically speaking that I was able to (win a Super Bowl), then why not try to get two?” Newman said Thursday, per Chris Tomasson of the Twin Cities Pioneer Press. “You can look at it at both sides.”
While there are reasons to root for the Vikings and Jaguars that hardcore football fans can appreciate, Bleacher Report’s Mike Tanier noted that those two meeting in the Super Bowl might make it tough for the millions of casual fans who tune in for the big game to get excited about the whole affair:
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Manchester United will hope to heap more misery on relegation-threatened Stoke City when they host the Potters at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Monday.
The Red Devils are second in England’s top flight, 15 points adrift of neighbours Manchester City.
Reds manager Jose Mourinho will be without the suspended Ashley Young and injured striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Meanwhile, Stoke will arrive in Manchester fresh from sacking Mark Hughes as manager, with first-team coach Eddie Niedzwiecki set to take the former United player’s place in the dugout.
Mourinho revealed how Ibrahimovic is still struggling with his recovery from a long-term knee injury, per Charlotte Duncker of the Manchester Evening News: “The date for him to be back to training with the team was around end of Jan beginning of Feb so let’s hope his feelings are better and we have him with us as soon as possible.”
Missing Ibrahimovic means United need a quick return to form from Romelu Lukaku. The ex-Everton attacker has struggled for goals recently but boasts the pace and power to trouble Stoke’s leaky defence.
City have conceded 47 goals, the most in England’s top flight. It’s the main reason the Staffordshire club is in the bottom three.
Unfortunately for Stoke, several defenders remain injured, including Erik Pieters, who is a doubt because of a tight hamstring, according to Metro’s Avinash Bhunjun. The same source also revealed how “Ryan Shawcross (calf), Glen Johnson (hamstring) and Bruno Martins Indi (groin) remain sidelined.”
United have their own problems at the back, with centre-back Eric Bailly still out with an ankle problem, while right-back Antonio Valencia is a doubt, per Helen Rowe-Willcocks of The Sun.
Mourinho can still call on Phil Jones, Victor Lindelof and Chris Smalling in the middle, yet replacing Valencia will prove trickier, particularly without Young. The converted winger is serving the final game of his three-match suspension for elbowing Southampton’s Dusan Tadic.
With issues as the back for both teams, it’s safe to expect goals in this one. United should make home advantage count against a struggling Stoke side still seeking a fresh direction after Hughes’ dismissal.