Want to see the other strangest twosomes Hollywood has ever had?“This is not a political statement,” says Remigio Pereira, his voice wavering.In it, they identified Pereira as a "lone wolf." Pereira used this "coveted platform to serve his own political views," they said.Canadian vocal quartet The Tenors have opened up about member Remigio Pereira’s decision to alter the lyrics to Canada’s national anthem, and hold up a sign that declared “All Lives Matter” and “United We Stand” at the recent MLB all-star game in San Diego.It is also charged with planning, directing, coordinating, executing, controlling and informing the defense policies formulated by the President of Chile.(Photo: Getty Images)Ahead of the MLB's All-Star game, the quartet stepped onto the field to perform "O Canada." But when Pereira went rogue and changed the anthem's lyrics, his time in the spotlight arrived."We're all brothers and sisters, all lives matter to the great," he sang, replacing the original lyrics, "With glowing hearts we see thee rise, the True North strong and free."Online outrage kicked into overdrive not just over the altered anthem, but because the "all lives matter" phrase is one blasted by Black Lives Matter activists.The former tennis superstar and the stunning actress decided to break off their marriage back in 1999, and apparently their road to Splitsville was VERY bumpy!
Mm, too bad Babs and Andre didn’t stay together, nor did any other couple on this Part 2 list!
The ceremony is believed to have been held at the £10 million house they own in America's gambling capital, Agassi's home town.
Guests included Graf's mother Heidi and brother Michael, the Agassi family and Gil Reyes, his personal trainer Graf's father Peter is understood not to have been invited.
They may have decided on a low-key service as a reaction against Agassi's previous marriage to the actress Brooke Shields in 1997 in a lavish ceremony at Pebble Beach, California, as helicopters filled with photographers hovered overhead.
“It’s a difficult question to answer so soon after and I think we might take a day or two to...”“...figure things out,” Micallef continued.“But obviously after such a betrayal, not just to us but to the whole country -- two countries -- I can’t personally see myself standing on the same stage.”The Tenors have performed “O Canada” for the Queen, President Obama and at a host of events from the Olympics to the NHL’s Winter Classic.