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Oct 16,2013

Andy Roddick & Brooklyn Decker put $12.5 million mansion on the market

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I know that these news have been out for a while but I wasn’t sure about posting them, I decided to do so but respecting Brooklyn’s privacy I have decided to not post the pictures of the house.


Andy Roddick, Brooklyn Decker Put $12.5 Million Lakefront Mansion in Austin Up for Sale

by NESN Staff on Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 1:47PM
Andy Roddick probably didn’t have a lot of time to hang out in Austin, Texas, during his globetrotting tennis career, but he had a home there anyway — until now. Roddick, freshly hired as a co-host on FOX Sports 1 this summer, and his wife, model Brooklyn Decker, are putting their lakefront mansion in Austin up for sale. They bought the 1.8-acre spread in November 2009 and are now selling it for $12.5 million. It’s not the only home the couple has in the area, though. The pair appears to have a bit of interest in local real estate, having already bought two other houses and sold one, according to This one, though, appears to be a real landing spot for the two. It features custom his and hers bathrooms (Decker’s bathroom has its own washer and dryer as well as a custom closet, while Roddick’s has a refrigerator and an ice bath). It has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms overall as well as the customary pool, dock and boathouse.





Oct 16,2013

Brooklyn joins Watch Hunger Stops

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Brooklyn has joined Michael Kors’ campaign to fight hunger, here is a little more info about the project.



Will you support Michael Kors’s Watch Hunger Stop project?

15 TH OCT 2013
Michael Kors has devoted the month of October to the fight against world hunger by creating a network of global support.

The designer is urging its fans and fashion industry colleagues to show their support on October 16 for World Food Day, a United Nations initiative.
Watch Hunger Stop t-shirts will be distributed outside Michael Kors boutiques in New York, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Rio de Janeiro. Recipients are encouraged to have a photo taken wearing the t-shirt, which will then be live streamed on billboards in Times Square.
During the whole month of October, Michael Kors customers will also be able to add a $5, $10 or $25 donation to their purchase, which will go directly to the United Nations World Food Programme school meals program.
Kors has already helped supply over 1.5 million meals to hunger-stricken children through the sale of his specially-designed 100 Series watch, which was launched in April 2013 with Halle Berry. For every sale of the watch, 100 meals are delivered to hungry children.
Kors is eager for a social media conversation to ignite dialogue about the solution to poverty and hunger. “Our hope for World Food Day is to get people talking about hunger, and about the many ways they can help address the problem. Donate, volunteer, talk, text, tweet – really, everyone can be an ambassador,” said Kors in a press release.




Sep 21,2013

Brooklyn Decker has donated and signed a pair of her jeans for Blue Jeans Go Green

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Blue Jeans Go Green™ (formerly Cotton From Blue to Green™) today announced a unique auction designed to raise awareness about textile recycling and to help the program collect its one-millionth piece of denim.  Thirteen celebrities, including Brooklyn Decker, Heidi Klum, Adriana Lima, Britney Spears, Ryan Phillippe, Darren Criss and more, have each signed and contributed a pair of jeans for “The Great Denim Challenge,” an online auction in which denim is the currency. The bidding concludes on November 3rd.

The Blue Jeans Go Green™ denim recycling program, which began as Cotton From Blue to Green™, has diverted over 600 tons of denim from landfills since it began in 2006.  The diverted denim has been given new life in the form of nearly 2 million square feet of UltraTouch™ Denim Insulation, which has been provided to communities in need and public works projects around the U.S.


The auction puts up for bid 13 pairs of denim jeans, each autographed by its celebrity owner and paired with a note of thanks from the celebrity.   Like traditional auctions, the highest bidder will win the item, but the bids are denim — not dollars.  The bidder committing to recycle the highest number of denim apparel items for a particular celebrity’s jeans will be the recipient of that item.  All the denim collected will be converted into UltraTouch Denim Insulation, a portion of which will be distributed to communities in need.


Cotton Incorporated will host a media event in Los Angeles on Wednesday, November 6, 2013, to celebrate the millionth pair milestone.

For more info please go to Blue Jeans Go Green

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Sep 21,2013

Brooklyn Decker at The Colin O’Neal Art Show

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Brooklyn Decker attend the Colin O’Neal Art Show At Confederacy Sponsored By and hosted by Krysten Ritter and Kimberly Van Der Beek at Confederacy on September 20, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.


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Aug 21,2013

Brooklyn Decker, Jenna Fischer, Angela Kinsey Have Best Girls’ Night Ever

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Brooklyn Decker, Jenna Fischer, Angela Kinsey Have Best Girls’ Night Ever

The Huffington Post  |  By Debra Lipson
Posted: 08/20/2013 8:56 am EDT  |  Updated: 08/20/2013 8:56 am EDT

Brooklyn Decker Jenna Fischer
Monday nights are no longer for football. Instead, they’re all about margaritas, cheese plates and fitness DVDS, if you’re Brooklyn Decker, Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey.

Luckily, the three funny ladies shared their epic evening entertainment of homemade drinks, munchies and the Tracy Anderson method through social media.

Decker filmed the “Office” stars feeling the burn and showing their impressive moves.

We’re totally jealous of their girls’ night — it looks hilarious! Can we get an invite for next week?


Aug 20,2013

Brooklyn & Andy on how they met and deciding on Andy’s retirement

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This is quite rare as Brooklyn & Andy are very private about their lives but they did an interview together for Andy’s interview for a HBO show, they discuss how they met and how Andy decided with Brooklyn to retire from tennis.

Roddick on HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel: Excerpt

by Staff | August 19th, 2013

Now in its 19th season, REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL, TV’s only sports program recognized with a prestigious 2012 George Foster Peabody Award, presents more enterprising features and reporting when its 197th edition, available in HDTV, debuts at a special time TUESDAY, AUG. 20 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.

Segments include: Andy Roddick, now 30, retired from tennis in Aug. 2012 after a fourth-round exit at the US Open, where he captured his lone Grand Slam title in 2003. Retirement has changed not only Roddick’s life, but also the face of American tennis. Meanwhile, the outspoken Roddick has found a niche in broadcasting, recently signing on to co-host “Fox Sports Live” on the newly established Fox Sports 1 network. In this REAL SPORTS/Sports Illustrated collaboration, Roddick sits down with correspondent Mary Carillo on the eve of the 2013 US Open to talk about his post-tennis endeavors and the state of the game they both love. Also interviewed is Roddick’s wife, former supermodel Brooklyn Decker.


Andy Roddick did not plan on retiring after his 13th US Open last summer, but two days after arriving in New York he says that something felt very different when he woke up.

ANDY RODDICK: “I woke up and — I was kinda pacing around my hotel room for an hour or so.  Brooklyn was out — kinda running some errands. And I said, ‘You need to come back ’cause I’m kind of in a weird deal right now.’”

BROOKLYN DECKER: “And I came home. And he said, ‘This is it.’ That’s exactly what he said. He said, ‘I am done.  This is it.’”

Roddick’s wife, the former supermodel Brooklyn Decker, explains further about the day he decided to leave the game of tennis.

BROOKLYN DECKER: “It was his 30th birthday. Oh, such an emotional day. And I said, ‘Do you want to wait on this, and — and just maybe sleep on it, and announce it tomorrow? You know — are you in a bad mood today? You know, are you on your period?’ I asked him all the questions one would.”

ANDY RODDICK: “We talked it out and — that was that. I decided at 10:00 that morning and I was at a press conference at 5:00 or 6:00 that evening.”

Roddick and Decker discuss how they came to be a couple.

BROOKLYN DECKER: “Andy will tell you that he quote-unquote stalked me. I just thought it was incredibly creepy that I got a random call saying, ‘Hey, this guy wants your number.’ I mean, it’s — it’s a little weird. So I’m like, ‘No, that’s — no thank you. Like, if we can meet, he can come up to me and ask for my number. But it’s not gonna be through his agent.’ So five months goes by. My agent showed me a press conference from the Aussie Open in ’07.  Yeah…”

MARY CARILLO: “It’s a classic.”

BROOKLYN DECKER: “It’s a classic.”


BROOKLYN DECKER: “So he shows me the press conference. And I was like, ‘This guy is pretty funny.’ He came to New York for our first date. And we’ve been together ever since.”

ANDY RODDICK: “I didn’t know that until yesterday. She said she had watched videos and said I was funny, but I didn’t know it was that one specifically.”

MARY CARILLO: “That press conference has done a lot for you.”

ANDY RODDICK:  “It’s done a lot for me, we’re standing here probably because of it too.”

The golden age of American tennis had produced one superstar after another. From Connors and McEnroe…to Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras. Roddick was supposed to be next.

ANDY RODDICK: “Everyone wanted me to be Pete or Andre, and I would’ve loved to have been those guys, you know. And I would’ve loved nothing more. But I slept well at night knowing that I had had a productive day and kinda built towards the goal of winning another one. It didn’t happen. But I put myself in position a lot. And it was real close.”

Roddick made it to four more Grand Slam finals. All four times he lost to Roger Federer.

ANDY RODDICK: “I was very good for a long time and I think people respect the way I went about it.  And — you know frankly the fact that I was a smart-ass probably got some play also.”

Retirement didn’t last long for Andy Roddick. When Fox Sports was looking for just the right personalities for their brand new 24-hour sports network, Roddick was an unlikely choice.

ANDY RODDICK: “They were hiring me because they understood my personality and they didn’t wanna like, rein it in, they just wanna make sure that I don’t get ‘em kicked off the air — you know.”

MARY CARILLO: “And you’re gonna get to wear makeup.”

ANDY RODDICK: “I know. It’s completely emasculating. ‘Andy, makeup.’ I’m like, ‘I’m good today. I’m feelin’ really good about where my skin’s at today. I think we’re good.’ Doesn’t work.”

Andy reflects on the manner in which he chose to retire.

ANDY RODDICK: “I think I got it right. I’m positive I got it right. And I’ve talked about it — you know, with some friends. And they were like, ‘We can’t believe you just pulled the trigger like that, gone.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, it was — it was ballsy. It probably wasn’t smart.’  But it went exactly how I wanted it to go.”