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Wednesday, 18 May 2011

image for Liverpool star, Steven Gerrard, uses his wifes make-up before games, what a Scouse Bitch!
They also use a bit of slap in the scrum and in the showers afterwards: Men my butt!

A make-up artist to the stars has revealed that several "hard-nut" soccer, Rugby, F1 stars, etc, have consulted him because they want to look even prettier whilst performing. (not a gay thing BTW, bitch)

Scouser Stevie has come clean and admitted that he uses his wifes powder puff before games and a bit of mascara to enhance his eyes. The only time he refuses to wear his missus's make-up is when he's playing Man United at Old Trafford, what a ponce!

Jason Button has also revealed he has his own make-up collection called " Slap it on and Button-it-up" and Jason's make-up is even non-runny which is neccessary especially after being sprayed with champers after winning races. As for his pretty-boy counterhand, Lewis Hamilton, he doesn't need make-up, he feels he's pretty enough.

Rugby star, Johnny Wilkinson, a real man, has also been know to slap on a bit of a slap, but was always careful when entering the showers with it on?

Rugby players are renowned for going on gender-benders after downing plenty of booze and Johnny didn't want to end up being a "gay icon" like his Welsh colleague, Gareth Thomas; who was at that time the "only gay in the bath with a cauliflower ear or two (or?)."

Slap my bitch up!

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