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Congratulations to the happy couple!!!!! Longtime successful TV producer Greg Berlanti is now married to soccer star Robbie Rogers after the two tied the knot on Saturday in California!!! Related: Nikki Reed And Ian Somerhalder Are Adorable! The couple originally got engaged about a year ago, announcing the big move on Instagram — and now, a year later, [...]
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They made it official in Malibu.
“To marry the man I love in front of all of my loved one’s was not something I grew up thinking would ever happen."
Power couple alert.
Soccer player Robbie Rogers, who retired from playing professionally last month, and his longtime partner Greg Berlanti (producer/director of Dawson’s Creek, Brothers & Sisters, Green Lantern, Everwood, Political Animals, Arrow, The Flash and Leg… Read The post Robbie Rogers and Greg Berlanti Married Over the Weekend: PHOTOS appeared first on Towleroad.
The Arrowverse producer and soccer star celebrated with family and friends in Malibu.
Rogers was the first openly gay male athlete in a major North American professional sport.
LA Galaxy defender Robbie Rogers announces his retirement from football following an ankle injury sustained last season.
Robbie Rogers, the first and currently only out gay man in professional U.S. sports, today announced his retirement from soccer. Rogers made the announcement in a statement from the L.A. Galaxy: “It is with mixed emotions that I announce my retiremen… Read The post Robbie Rogers Retires from Soccer, Leaving No Out Gay Men in U.S. Pro Sports appeared first on Towleroad.
Los Angeles (AFP) – Los Angeles Galaxy defender Robbie Rogers, the first openly gay male athlete to play in a major North American sports league, announced his retirement on Tuesday. Rogers, 30, confirmed his retirement in a statement...Show More Summary
Rogers, 30, says he leaves the game "full of pride of what I have accomplished as a person and a player."
Robbie Rogers is retiring from soccer. The LA Galaxy defender was the first openly gay male athlete in a major North American professional sport
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Plus Gordon Ramsay, Robbie Amell and Joanna Krupa dined in Las Vegas Roger Daltrey, the frontman for The Who, wrapped a six-date residency in Las Vegas at the Colosseum at Caesars by bringing his limited-edition Champagne Cuvée Roger Daltrey to the champagne trolley at Mr Chow, the Chinese restaurant at Caesars Palace, on Friday, Aug. Show More Summary
Lindsey Vonn keeps it chic and sophisticated as she hits the carpet at the Sports Illustrated 2017 Fashionable 50 Celebration held at Avenue on Tuesday evening (July 18) in Los Angeles. The 32-year-old ski racer was joined at the event by Robbie Rogers, Chantel Jeffries, Kate Bock, Noureen DeWulf, Russell Westbrook, Ryan Miller, Haley Joel [...]
Robbie Rogers hasn't play at all this season after having foot surgery in December.
The Galaxy announced Thursday that defender Robbie Rogers has been placed on the season-ending injury list. Rogers, who made 19 starts last season, Rogers, 29, is a 10-year MLS veteran. He joined the Galaxy in 2013 after making his debut with the Columbus Crew in 2007. “For us it has, from a soccer perspective, been […]
LA Galaxy defender Robbie Rogers won't be playing this season