Apr 07, 2021
Tom Brady Reveals What He Still Has to Prove
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Tom Brady faced the “what more do you have to prove” question again. At least this time, it didn’t come from his wife, Gisele Bundchen.
Former NFL star Michael Strahan posed the question to Brady for Good Morning America on Wednesday. “Tom, what more do you have to prove,” Strahan said.
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” I don’t think proving it for me is the motivation. I still want to play. I got like little sickness in me that just wants to throw a frickin’ spiral,” Brady told Strahan. “Also about football, once you stop, you can’t go back and do it. I’ve got more football in me, not a lot, and I know that, but what I’ve got left, I’m going to give everything I’ve got.”
“I would say I was always kind of motivated by people that say ‘you can’t do it, you’re not good enough,” Brady added.
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Brady, 43, completed his 21st season in the NFL with his seventh Super Bowl win. Bundchen asked him right away after the game if he had “more to prove”, but Brady said he quickly switched the subject when interviewing on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
The former sixth-round draft pick from Michigan signed a one-year contract extension with the Bucs last month, which allows him to play until age 45. He may go longer, too.
Strahan, who competed against Brady, told fellow GMA hosts that Brady hasn’t forgotten where the New England Patriots picked him in the 2000 draft. Brady said as much on Twitter last month.
“He doesn’t know any other way, and he still feels like that sixth round draft pick. Nothing’s expected of him, and he wants to prove people wrong,” Strahan said. “And he continues to do so.”
Brady largely credits trainer Alex Guerrero for helping him keep his body right for playing into his 40s.
“For an athlete, your body is your asset,” Brady told Strahan. “What I eat, what I drink, how I work out — all of those cumulatively add up.”Offseason Catchup
Brady shared with Strahan that he took his family to Costa Rica, the Middle East, Disney World, and skiing thus far in the offseason.
“How they look forward to coming to Disney, it brings the excitement out of you,” Brady told Strahan. “Last night, my son said, ‘dad, that was the best day of my life, and he meant it.”
Brady admitted the rides make him dizzy.
“I’m horrible on the rides. My head is spinning,” Brady said. “My daughter did not want me to go with her — ‘I just want to be with my friends.'”
Fun aside, Brady told Strahan about raising children in a family where the parents enjoy sky-high amounts of success.
“I try and keep them grounded and know ‘A’, you’re going to have to work hard and ‘B’ mom and dad’s life is very unique in this world,” Brady said. “I don’t want them to take those things for granted. I want them to make the impact in the world that they’re going to make, but they’re going to make it in their way, too.”
Credit goes to his wife, Bundchen, Brady told Strahan, because she does so much to support the family day to day.
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Piers Morgan reveals the moment Prince Philip savaged his Britain’s Got Talent judging role
PIERS Morgan revealed Prince Philip delivered a stinging put down when the pair met behind the scenes of The Royal Variety Show.
It was 2007, and Piers had been on the panel that watched Paul Potts earn a memorable victory on Britain's Got Talent.5Piers Morgan lifted the lid on an icy encounter with Prince PhilipCredit: Fox
The phone salesman-turned-singer's prize was to perform in front of the Queen at the prestigious annual event - something he did with aplomb.
Writing in his Mail on Sunday column, Piers told how he was standing beside co-stars Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden in the backstage VIP area, when he asked Her Majesty: "Did you enjoy Paul’s performance?"
He revealed that she replied: "Oh yes. [Looking at Paul] You were very good."
But Prince Philip was less enthused, eyeing Piers as he asked: "You’re judges, is that right?"
Piers recalled he replied 'yes, Sir', writing: "‘So,’ he scoffed, peering at the three of us with undisguised scorn before pointing to Paul, ‘you lot sponge off him then?’"
Yesterday former Good Morning Britain host Piers shed a tear for the Queen as she stood alone at her husband Prince Philip's funeral.
The monarch dressed in black and sat with her head bowed during the moving service inside St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.View this post on Instagram
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The royals were spaced apart inside the historic building for social distancing purposes.
The sight moved Piers to tears who shared an image of the Queen along with a crying emoji.
The sentiment was shared by his followers who called the image "devastating".
Only 30 mourners, comprised of the Philip's closest family and friends, attended the gathering due to strict Covid rules.5Piers felt sorry for the Queen as he watched from homeCredit: Fox 5Philip's casket was covered with his personal standardCredit: PA Most read in News TVBIG MOVESTeen Mom Young & Pregnant star Brianna reveals she got her first apartmentLOOK AWAY, DAVID!Teen Mom Jenelle shows off curves in a swimsuit top after ex defends herTALKING SMACKSharon Osbourne slams The Talk costars as ‘disgruntled b****es’get a room!Teen Mom's pregnant Catelynn lusts over Tyler's 'body' on InstagramSCHOOL DAZETeen Mom fans mock Farrah Abraham for spelling 'Harvard' wrongExclusiveS**T TALKINGThe Talk staff believe Sharon will 'rip Sheryl to shreds' on Bill Maher
The Band of the Grenadier Guards led the procession toe the chapel, followed by the Major General commanding the Household Division, service chiefs, the Duke of Edinburgh's coffin borne on a custom-built Land Rover hearse, members of the royal family on foot, Philip's household staff, and finally the Bentley carrying the Queen.
The proceedings started at 11am today when the Duke's coffin was moved from the private chapel to the Inner Hall of Windsor Castle.
Philip's casket was covered with his personal standard along with his sword, naval cap and a wreath of flowers.
The coffin was moved by the Queen's Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, where Philip was a colonel for 42 years.5Prince Charles walked behind his father's coffinCredit: Reuters
From there, Philip's coffin was placed in a modified military green Land Rover he spent 16 years adapting to take him on his final journey.
A band played I Vow to Thee my Country as the Land Rover was driven through the Quadrangle to the State Entrance of the castle.
His coffin was given a royal salute and met by members of the Royal Family as it was carried to the hearse.
At 2.44pm, the national anthem rang out as the Queen - joined by a Lady-in-Waiting - was taken in a Bentley to St George's Chapel.
The Queen paused at his coffin to bid her beloved husband of 73 years farewell as he was laid to rest.5The Queen sat alone inside the chapelCredit: pixel8000 Most read in News TVBIG MOVESTeen Mom Young & Pregnant star Brianna reveals she got her first apartmentLOOK AWAY, DAVID!Teen Mom Jenelle shows off curves in a swimsuit top after ex defends herTALKING SMACKSharon Osbourne slams The Talk costars as ‘disgruntled b****es’get a room!Teen Mom's pregnant Catelynn lusts over Tyler's 'body' on InstagramSCHOOL DAZETeen Mom fans mock Farrah Abraham for spelling 'Harvard' wrongExclusiveS**T TALKINGThe Talk staff believe Sharon will 'rip Sheryl to shreds' on Bill Maher
At 2.45pm, the Band of the Grenadier Guards, followed by the Major General commanding the Household Division, led the procession.
Different groups followed the Duke of Edinburgh's coffin through the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Philip's children, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Prince Charles formed one group.
Prince William and Harry were separated during the eight-minute procession by their cousin Peter Phillips at the request of the Queen.Prince Philip funeral - choir sings God Save The Queen inside St George's Chapel