Enquirer: Tom Brady is really upset with Gisele, told her to STFU about the Pats

We didn’t have a story about Gisele Bundchen yesterday. Did you notice? Gisele has been big news all week because of her comments about Tom Brady’s teammates just after the Super Bowl. The Patriots feel betrayed. The WAGs feel mean-girl’d. And everybody has an opinion on whether or not Gisele is a mouthy bitch. But, throughout the week, Gisele hasn’t said anything in her own defense. Tom hasn’t come out to defend her either. What does that mean? Are they hoping it will all blow over? Or is Tom just telling her to keep her head down and STFU? That’s what the Enquirer claims in this week’s issue:

When Gisele Bundchen dissed Tom’s teammated on Deb. 5, sources say Tom was incensed!

“Gisele was out of control!” a football insider told The Enquirer. “Tom prides himself on his professionalism and here was his wife screaming at reporters. He was embarrassed – and furious! Out of sight of the others, he let her know it. ‘Zip it!,’ he told her. He sacked her, telling her she’s got to keep her feelings to herself.”

“It was worse than losing the game because he feels she betrayed his teammates. Furthermore, she humiliated him by turning him into a pantywaist, causing him worldwide ridicule!”

That’s a far cry from the warm feelings that surrounded winning Giants quarterback Eli Manning and his wife Abby, who were the epitome of class, according to a source: “Manning typifies hard work and sportsmanship – everything a sporting legend should be. And the decorum shown by Eli’s wife Abby spoke volumes as she handed their 10-month-old daughter Ava to him after he was named the game’s MVP.”

With the Super Bowl over, all the NFL players face a long off-season. And sources say Gisele may try to get back into Tom’s good graces and one-up Eli Manning’s wife by adding to the Brady bunch.

“It wouldn’t be surprising if Gisele tries to give Tom a daughter,” said the sports insider. “He badly wants a ‘daddy’s little girl.’”

[From The Enquirer, print edition]

Ah, yes. Pit Gisele against a more “traditional” football WAG. That always works. Look, I’m sure Abby is a nice person, and I’m sure I’ll come back to thinking Gisele is a sanctimonious hussy momentarily, but right now I’m just feeling like Gis is getting a really raw deal. She didn’t punch a baby, you know. She didn’t kick a kitten. She was just emotionally invested in her husband’s game, and she said something kind of bitchy and rude right after a big disappointment. ENOUGH.

That being said, I do think she’ll probably get pregnant again, and soon.

Photos of Gisele and Tom in Brazil last year, courtesy of Pacific Coast News, Fame/Flynet.

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  1. paola says:

    i think you shouldn’t grudge people about what they say right after losing a big game. I don’t like Gisele in general but i think now this all thing is getting out of proportions..just put a bunch of women in the same group with a super model and they’ll all find the way to be bitchy and cruel with here even if there’s no need to.

    • Funnylilou says:

      My exact Thoughts!

      How are you paola? How was you stay in France last christmas?

    • RobN says:

      After losing a big game is exactly the time to judge them. It’s disappointment and being upset that shows your true character; it’s not hard to be gracious when you win, it’s whether you can be gracious when you lose that matters.

      • Capella says:

        Someone brought up Victoria Beckham last time. And they are right. Whether her husband wins or loses, she keeps it together, and friendly with the other wives.

        Also, Gisèle DID answer after being heckled for her loudly commented opinion on her husband’s teammates being solely responsible for their loss. She did say through her mouth piece 2 days ago that it was in the heat of the moment, and she didn’t mean it.

        Alas, it got buried under stories on how disappointed the players were with Brady’s wife comment. Than more stories came out on how mean, arrogant, and generally tw-tty Gisele is to the players’ wives.

        What did Gisele do? She posted on her Twitter account the video of her looking beautifully made up shooting and ad for Givenchy. Which certainly proved everybody’s point: Gisele is a self-absorbed, narcissistic twit, and she doesn’t give a hoot about anybody’s well being but her own.

        Like the airhead she truly is, she had simply moved on.

      • Lucy says:

        Yes, it is easy to be a gracious winner…if only someone had told that asshole Giants fan that made the crappy remark to Gis about her husband that…The Giants won…someone needs to teach those New Yorkers something about sportsmanship and class!

  2. Cindy says:

    Can we please stop making this a “traditional” or “woman” thing? It’s a “his job, not yours, STFU” thing. If my husband went on Facebook where my coworkers could see and trashed all of them while praising me, I’d be embarrassed and furious.

    • OriginalTiffany says:

      Exactly. As is the article. Just what I said would happen.
      Embarrass husband at work, put down team mates. Look unprofessional responding to a stupid fan. My husband would be so pissed if I did that to him. Just as I would be if he did it to me, even in support.
      She has his balls in her pocket and let everyone know it. She’s like Naomi, only she doesn’t beat people, she says horrible things. This being the last in a long line of things.
      Her husband played in the SUPERBOWL, she knew there would be cameras, she also knew there was a chance of him losing.
      Like I said, married to someone in the public eye? You ALWAYS keep your mouth shut until you are in private. That is something everyone knows. Never emasculate your husband or spouse in public.

    • BabyBlue says:

      Exactly. I don’t understand how people are missing the gist of this…they keep making excuses for her.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      She didn’t go on Facebook and trash all his coworkers though-THAT’S the thing. If people were blatantly taunting you about your husband to your face you SERIOUSLY wouldn’t say anything? You wouldn’t defend him???? WOW. If someone talks shit about my boyfriend I get HEATED and yeah, I am quick to defend, hopefully not at the expense of his coworkers but who knows what I might say in the heat of the moment. Again, this was said IN THE HEAT OF THE MOMENT while a bunch of unclassy Giants fans were giving her shit. This is NOT equal to Facebooking, where you have plenty of time to think about/edit what you are about to post. People are acting like she called a press conference and got up in front of 50 cameras to say her husband’s team sucks. Time to get over it people and stop crucifying her.

      • katyalia says:

        The difference is this was not Ms. Random getting heckled for Mr. Random on the street.
        Gisele showed up at his work place and lashed out at his co-workers. She needs to learn more self-control if she feels like ripping into his co-workers ‘in the heat of the moment’.
        If your husband’s a gynecologist and you insist on watching him work, don’t freak out on his patients for shoving their privates into his face. And least of all blame the receptionist for letting the patient in…

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        No@originalKitten, I would not. My husband IS in a high profile job. Works now with a high profile entertainment company, has worked with some of the biggest bands around. He is both a musician and a front man. I have been in her shoes. I have heard people say things about a show to me.
        I would never do that to my husband. I respect him way too much. He knows not everyone is going to like everything all the time. He accepts the criticism as part of his chosen occupation.
        It is not my place to publicly shit on my own dinner table. You do not sink down to that in public. Cry at home, not at his work, not at rival fans. She should be used to criticism as she and her husband have chosen public occupations where they themselves are put in a place to get heckled.
        She should have smiled, walked away and saved it for the bedroom or the car.
        The team’s management, owners, teammates, WAGS all were SURE to hear this comment, since she said it twice in front of press, louder the second time. She didn’t just defend her hubby, she BLAMED it on his team, without whom he would not be there at all.
        It’s very logical, hold your head high and walk past. Sports is ABOUT heckling and she is not a nameless wife. She is Queen Gis, and had to let it be known.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        Sorry, guys but none of these analogies are working for me. I guess we just have to agree to disagree. I think people need to move on and stop crucifying this woman for defending her husband. In the end, the Pats players (who were the only ones who REALLY had a right to be offended) have publicly said they’re completely over it so maybe it’s time y’all get over it too?

      • Kara Ann says:

        @ Orig. Tiffany,

        I agree with everything that you have said. If someone’s wife did this in any other situation i.e. at the office, that person would be looked on with pity for having such an uncouth spouse. Given, I doubt office workers get much heckling! Still, I don’t think Gisele gets a free bitch pass after slamming her husband’s co-workers publically. Tacky, uncouth, classless, and ill-mannered, IMO.

  3. Kiki says:

    The thing is she was kinda right about his teammates, dropping the ball too many times. I’m not a football fan, so I don’t understand most of the rules, but I watched the game and that was my thinking as well, when I saw the Pats losing. If she had said something completely nonsense , I think people would just laugh at her for being a football-ignorant and move on.

    But her words were spot-on on what went wrong?! Maybe that’s why they’re so pissed?!

    • whatthehell456 says:

      In the sports world there’s a motto that everyone is supposed to abide by and that’s “win as a team, lose as a team”. It’s considered bad sportsmanship to “blame” any one particular player for the loss of a game. It a sure fired way to make your work environment EXTREMELY uncomfortable.

      • Kiki says:

        Here’s why I’m not bashing her. Who are you married to? Your husband or his team? I’m not saying that I agree with what she did, I would’ve kept my mouth shut, but ultimately your husband comes first. I think that’s her moto.

      • katyalia says:

        Kiki, I like your argument “who is G married to? Him or his team?”
        I just don’t think it fits here.
        She wasn’t staying in the marital home where nobody could hear her. She was on the team’s turf.
        And if she had to demonstrate loyalty to her spouse, she should have said “I’m proud of my husband. He played a great game.”
        So, if she isn’t married to his team, she shouldn’t have talked about his team. Agree?
        That remark was clearly meant to be bitchy and she was clearly placing blame. Which is non of her business. Cameras are on her because she’s a celebrity in her own right, not because people think her opinion of the game matters.

      • Petunia says:

        Well, that’s the gist of it, isn’t it? She is going to make his work environment uncomfortable for him, without good reason. He’s the one who’ll pay for her remark.

      • Belle Epoch says:

        THAT is exactly right! These guys learn very early that it’s a TEAM sport. You don’t rag on your teammate for missing a ball he has caught 10,000 times before. Everybody makes a mistake at some point. That whole “there is no I in TEAM” really is true. For the wife of a superstar she is missing the whole point of playing the game. Good luck when her son starts playing!!!

    • OriginalTiffany says:

      Maybe brush up on your football?

      He didn’t have a great game.
      He scored two points for the OTHER team getting that safety.
      He had some bad passes, just as some of his passes dropped. That’s pretty normal.
      His team got him there.
      They are not called the New England Tom Bradys.
      He also threw an incomplete pass in the waning moments resulting in a lot of time off the clock.
      Besides, if that Giant player hadn’t fallen backwards into the end zone, the game would have been over with no time left. The Pats got it back because of a huge mistake.

      Why am I defending a NY team?

      • Kiki says:

        You see? It’s pretty clear I know nothing about football and I had the same thoughts as Gisele. So if they were criticizing her for talking about a subject that she’s evidently ignorant to, I’d be okay with that. And as much as she threw his teammates under the bus, I can’t judge a woman for defending her husband. She said what she said in the heat of the moment, and again, to a friend. NOT to the media.

      • katyalia says:

        The New England Tom Bradys. Love it!

      • Heather says:

        Tom Brady set two records in this Superbowl… with 16 straight completions breaking Joe Montana’s previous Super Bowl record of 13 straight set in 1990. He also broke the record for most passing yards in Super Bowl history, a mark previously owned by Kurt Warner with 1,156.

        Yes, he scored two points for the other team. He’s not perfect. Yes, he lost. But not playing a great game? Sorry, no.

    • Bopa says:

      The ball also needs to be thrown properly for it to be caught. It’s a team effort. If the offensive line that protects Brady fails then he’ll have to throw the ball early and possibly to someone who wasn’t supposed to catch the ball during that play. I wonder if Gisel knew that the QB is never to say anything bad about his offensive line publicly this rule is even more iron clad than discussing the team publicly in a negative way.

    • whatthehell456 says:

      But that’s the problem Kiki, she was clearly heard by the cameras surrounding her, and it does appear as if she raised her voice just enough so her comments could be heard be said cameras so she was no longer just making a comment to her friend, it became a comment to everyone. As often as she’s in front of the camera,she should have known better.
      I would support my husband too, but I would have my fit in the privacy of my own home where I could throw things and bash the team apart to my heart’s content :)

      • Petunia says:

        Let’s say just for argument’s sake that she said the comment to the friend without the intent of others hearing, and yet they did overhear it. Knowing how it’s going to affect her husband with his teammates and in the press, shouldn’t she have given an apology by now? That’s more telling than the initial slip up. She refuses to apologize, so she lets the “throwing the other team mates under the bus” statement stand. Not good.

      • MmeRain says:

        @Petunia: Ok, but why should she apologize publicly ? If she does have to apologize, it’s to her husband’s teammates, not to the public. It’s not the public her comments were aimed to. She probably doesn’t really care what we think of her comment lol

    • Tapioca says:

      It’s not about whether or not she’s “right”, it’s that there’s a time and a place to say such things.

      Similarly, Kanye “ALL CAPS” West was technically correct that Beyonce’s Single Ladies video is far superior to whatever Taylor Swift’s effort was – so unmemorable I can’t be bothered even to Google it – but ON STAGE AT THE VMAs (i.e. publicly) is not the place to point it out!!

    • No Way says:

      I am a big football fan, and saw it differently. The receivers did drop some, but Brady wasn’t at his best. He drew a safety by grounding the ball in the end zone, he threw an interception, and a lot of the balls he threw would have been amazing catches if the receivers did hang on. The reality is Manning was a bit better, and the play that turned the game around was an amazing catch, throw and fancy footwork. This is why you never blame just one aspect of your team, because it never is true. Gisele should know by now, and not rise to any bait. But let’s be honest this woman always says something that gets her in the gossip sites- stepson, Brady’s ex gf, breast feeding, etc. Did we expect anything different.

  4. nina says:

    Abby? Abby who? Abby Nobody? And since when is popping a baby such a big accomplishment? A baby is not something a woman gives a man. Comparing Gisele, a successful self-made to some vanilla, former sales-clerk , uterus-for-hire WAG is ridiculous.

    • Cindy says:

      I know nothing about Abby Manning, but I also don’t recall seeing any news reports or video where she says a word about the Gisele incident. The Enquirer brought her name up, along with the baby nonsense. Why so hostile?

    • Riana says:

      Uterus for hire?

      You’re right…wearing pretty clothes and walking where the people tell you to walk is such a hard career. Goodness imagine if she didn’t look so good in a bikini she might have had to take easy work like being a teacher or working in an office.

      Everyday I wake up I say “God grant me the strength to be as hardworking as the woman in 6 inch heels and frilly underwear” then I powerwalk out of my bedroom with my hips swinging!

      • SG says:

        I know right?! Ok, I will say that modeling can be hectic during the runway shows and fashion weeks (which does not last that long). But it seems to be pretty sweet once all of that is over, has anyone seen videos of fashion shoots and do you really see anything stressful there?

        I think the hardest part of modeling is the criticism one gets over their bodies etc, but that seems to wane off at the Supermodel stage.

      • nina says:

        It requires a lot of discipline, involves pressure and a lot of travel. Every time i have to travel on business and go into a meeting straight off a plane, it is painful! And they essentially do it all the time. In the meantime the stay-homes do have it much easier, and all professional, accomplished, women I know, who had actual careers, admit it!

      • nina says:

        It requires a lot of discipline, involves pressure and a lot of travel. Every time i have to travel on business and go into a meeting straight off a plane, it is painful! And they essentially do it all the time. In the meantime the stay-homes do have it much easier, and all professional, accomplished, women I know, who had actual careers, admit it!

      • HAHAHA says:

        Maybe you are not “a hardworking woman on 6 inch heels and in frilly underware” because well you just CAN’T… just saying…

        Not everyone can make money off their looks,modelling is not as easy as it looks,, it is very competitive, you are always under pressure and you have to really work hard on your body and career to achieve something.
        She is phenomenal at doing it, she is the most paid and praised supermodel of all time, that means that besides having fantastic looks, she has to be hard working somewhere, just sayin’ again

      • SG says:

        ^ But I said that for supermodels it’s much easier. When you’re at that level, you’re given more leeway over your schedule and what projects to take on. A person of Gisele’s reputation and standing is basically no longer experiencing what a model of lower name recognition would undergo. I have no doubt that she had to work hard, but when you get to the level she’s at now, things are much, much easier. So that’s why I really say that Gisele does not work all that hard (comparatively).

        Kind of like a struggling actor always going to auditions versus a movie star getting deliveries of scripts.

      • Riana says:


        I call bull. A lot of people would love to discount the work stay-at-home Mom’s do without doing it themselves.

        Simply because you put on a suit and run to an office does not mean you’re putting in more work than the woman who has to slave over her house and children all day.

        I say this as someone with a very good career who did the stay at home thing for 2 weeks and was EXHAUSTED. I couldn’t do it.

        The work is different, not easier, only the immature or ignorant would discredit it.

      • Riana says:


        I think most people can’t be models. This is because most people have no tolerance for the BS.

        The only requirements for runway are height and bone structure, a very plain person can be transformed into a model so long as they have the first two. The average person with a extra foot and 50 less pounds could likely model.

        However there’s a fine line to how much a person can stand to be critiqued daily, made to feel like crap over their weight and how they look. Modeling is a vicious business that really asks you if you really want to do it.

        Personally I prefer to use my brain and make good money and give the middle finger to anyone person who says 120 is fat.

      • Funnylilou says:

        @Riana:It’s not because they cannot put out with the BS that people do not model it’s because they CAN’T!
        You can buy boobs or lips but you cannot buy tall and thin and a great bone structure, so to speak!

        You were the one who tried to put down modelling, by comparing it to a more classical career, not the way around!and it is as difficult and under pressure as any other clerk job!

        and no matter which career a woman chose, it is preferable for her to be inoff a lady to not have to flip her middle finger so easily… no matter the chosen career path it only speaks about the level of class of that woman…

      • Riana says:


        There seems to be a reading comprehension issue on your part.

        1. I clearly said most people don’t have the build for modeling, but if they did they could easily be trained to model.

        2. I’m not even sure what you’re complaining about here, regardless I just don’t believe modeling is very challenging mentally. Physically, sure, gotta maintain that 95lb build but mentally…sorry, can’t be convinced of that.

        3. Sadly class is something you clearly know nothing of. Anyone who feigns superiority over a sarcastic off-hand comment said on a gossip website (Yes…I really walk around giving people the finger all day) is clearly lacking in both the intelligence and sense of humor department.

    • Nilber says:

      I usually read through the responses, occasionally leaving one but not often. I also feel to each their own. I am 50/50 on the whole Brady “scandal” since she has been around the game for a bit now. She should have thought before she spoke but I respect defending your spouse. With that being said, Abby didn’t do out of the ordinary for them and your comment was beyond WTH. Most of the wives are not models, rich, etc. Defending one wive by completely being derogatory towards another is pathetic. I am at an utter loss on how to even adequately respond to this idiotic train of thought you wrote…

      • nina says:

        I know a bunch of women who gave up their careers (6-digit salaries, not office equivalent of a sales clerk) and all of them said that taking care of kids and house was much easier. Being someones wife profesionally without having had a career first is pathetic.

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        @nina-sorry can’t respond directly. Being someone’s wife without having a career first is PATHETIC? You do realize you are here because the women in your family did that. Maybe not your mom, but women throughout time have been professional wives and mothers.
        That comment shows a lot of hate.
        I had my own career before being a FT mom. Being a FT wife/mother is the hardest thing I have ever done. Much harder than Nuclear Radiology. I’m responsible for raising two competent, kind human beings. It’s not an easy thing to do.
        Maybe when you grow up, you’ll see things a bit differently.

    • DG says:

      Nina, you sound “pathetic” and quite frankly, like an angry person. It takes all kinds of people. One day when you grow up you may understand that rather than judging people who choose to be mothers or wives. And I say all of this with a professional career and as a wife and mother. Good luck with your anger problems.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @riana @originaltiif, ITA with the both of you. Being a stay at home mom isn’t easy. Two of my friends, who planned on staying home with their kids, we’re back to work within a few months because they couldn’t hack it. Personally, going to work is a “break” for me! As physically and emotionally draining as my job is, being a mom is much more difficult. Anyone who thinks staying home with kids all day is “easy” must not have them.

    • blouson says:

      Nina, I am going to assume that you are either 12 or have never “popped” a baby so to speak. Because your comment is really foul and shallow. I know people who may not be supermodels or millionaires who probably have made a more significant contribution to the planet than GB ever will.

  5. Tapioca says:

    Oh yes, I can totally see Gisele giving TB permission to tell her to “Zip it!”.

    @Nina: I think you’ve confused “self-made” with a girl born into a wealthy family who won the genetic lottery to make a living posing for a camera. At least sales clerk is a proper job!

    • nina says:

      Gisele is not from a wealthy family: her mother worked in a bank and her father taught university. To have a long-standing model career requires more work and dedication, than having some guy spot you at a shop or a salon and impregnate you. As for genetic lottery, people tell me that too, and I call bs- it is called exercise and not stuffing your face.

    • LAK says:

      Ladies Nina [even if we think it's Gisele in disguise] is speaking the truth.

      Gisele was not born to a wealthy family. She won the genetic lottery, google the rest of her sisters including her twin, it’s not pretty. HOwever, even with that kind of advantage, for every girl that makes it, and not just to supermodel heights but to ‘working’ model status, the road is littered with thousands, if not millions of others who tried just as hard but were not so lucky.

      Who would go into such a career knowing those odds. It’s interesting that the majority of models who do persevere, given the obstacles, come from very poor backgrounds. And when you look at their career trajectory, they always go with the money, rarely the edgy/cool editorials or shows.

      I think only Carla Bruni came from money.

      And by the way, inspite of what you see on ANTM, you get a job not because you are pretty or edgy, but because you are the least flawed model in the room.

      • TheOriginalVictoria says:

        Gis works hard and is professional for sure. I mean that bitch on the VSFS runway is all about business. While everyone is flirting with Justin in the 2006 show, bitch walked rght by him with that amazing, struck that pose that makes the VS stuff stand out and strolled by him again. She takes her job seriously, which is funny and yet, I love her for it.

        Stella Tennant is also from rich folk. She is a Mitford relation.

      • LAK says:

        @ original victoria – i forgot about Stella Tenant. The point remains the same. If you take top 25 models from the last 10-20 years, i would wager only 5 max came from money.

        Carla Bruni, Stella Tenant, Yasmin Ghauri, Devon Aoki, possibly Iman. Your thoughts??

    • The Truth Fairy says:

      Genetic lottery?!?! She’s had a nose job, boob job, and she has no waist what so ever. There are a lot of beautiful models out there walking the runway but she isn’t one of them – even with all her surgery.


      Here’s her boxy torso: http://www.gceleb.com/gisele-bundchen-bikini-in-brazil

      • LAK says:

        Yes, Genetic lottery. We are talking about modeling here, not Miss Universe.

        As i said in my previous comment, Giselle appears to only go for the big money contracts. Runway doesn’t pay like it used otherwise all the big models would still be doing it.

        The fact she has no waist is exactly what is required in fashion. Heidi Klum has a waist, and yet she’s very rarely been on a runway that wasn’t Victoria’s secret, even back in the day before she made it big.

        It doesn’t mean i appprove, but it is what it is.

      • TheOriginalVictoria says:

        @Lax, agreed!

        Gisele is middle class and her parents had five other kids so I’m sure they were comfortable but very frugal.

        Gisele may have had a nose job, but she didn’t get implants.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        There’s no way in hell she has implants. And ok if you think she’s not pretty-you’re certainly entitled to your opinion but she was a VS model for a reason. I don’t generally see Victoria’s Secret hiring ugly chicks.

  6. emb says:

    He needs to keep his hair short. Giselle appears to be a blow-hard, so I think all the shit she is getting is somewhat entertaining.

  7. lex says:

    I do not see her appeal, facially. There’s something…off about it……

  8. Riana says:

    I don’t really care for sports but seriously…why are people still talking about this? Same with MIA’s 1 finger salute.

    1 day chatter, fine, 2 days fine, but folks are acting like she slaughtered a lamb and drank it’s blood.

    She made a mistake, people need to get over it and move on. Unless you’re a member of the team that was insulted you’re taking it all too seriously. Giselle’s kinda dumb…was anyone surprised?

    • Cindy says:

      I agree that there’s no point in rehashing it. I think it just annoys me because people are trying to defend Gisele by saying it’s misogyny. Um, no, Gisele says stupid things pretty regularly.

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        Thanks Cindy. Maybe CB can do a recap of the idiotic things that Gis has said.
        This is the last in a long line of stupidity. BTW, if your hubby is a FB player for a SB winning franchise, you might want to brush up on the game. That way you don’t look like a stupid bitch.
        Clearly she said it once, then repeated louder for all to hear.

      • JudyJudyJudy says:

        wow – you and original tiffany really hate this woman you dont know. LOL. waste of energy hating strangers – gossip sure, hate like that? wow. just wow.

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        I don’t hate her at all. I don’t care about her. We comment because it’s more about the actual conversation going on about the topic at hand.
        This is a women who said all women who don’t breastfeed should be jailed.
        Not a bright bulb, and if you follow fashion you have read her interviews. I’m just appalled that she gets a pass for emasculating her husband in public.
        If she had kept her mouth shut like every other wife and had a little class, there would be NO story. She brought it on herself. Its pretty amusing. And it’s been snowing and I am resting my bad back. Might as well snark-we get crappy cable in London.

  9. JudyJudyJudy says:

    I don’t believe any story where the sources wont allow themselves to be named.

  10. Vixenela says:

    I’d stay pregnant if he was my hubby!

  11. Masque says:

    Is he……is he….wearing a headband???

  12. sassenach says:

    Why is Abby being brought into this and who cares about her anyway? She couldn’t even be bothered to hold her baby the ENTIRE game. I can not believe she brought the nanny to the game!

    • Lucky Charm says:

      Well congratulations that you can hold your ten-month-old baby for over three hours all by yourself! As for most other people, we do occasionally let other people hold our babies, and play with them. Even during a one-hour church service my mom or sisters or husband would take and hold my babies. Obviously you’ve never actually taken a baby that age somewhere for several hours or you would know better than make such an ignorant remark.

  13. kay says:

    am I the only one who finds him repulsive?

    Even David Beckham is better looking.

  14. Quinn says:

    HEADBAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!! For f*cks sake!

  15. JD says:

    The second picture of him in the white tank-top is not flattering at all.

    He looks more feminine than his wife.

  16. HAHAHA says:

    Gisele is not from a wealthy family, she comes from middle class, so she IS a Selfmade woman!

    • specs says:

      Yes, but she didn’t attend any school, so she is basically ignorant. That’s why she doesn’t know when she has to talk and when she has to zip it.
      She doesn’t understand one is supposed to express his / her opinion when he / she has something interesting to say. Otherwise it’s much better to listen to those with more experience or skills or knowledge about that specific topic. This is a simple rule, but, again it’s a matter of education.

  17. lucy2 says:

    That article is crap, but whatever. Not surprised they haven’t said anything – I imagine he wants it to go away, and she doesn’t think she did anything wrong.
    I said this the other day, but again, I think she was stupid and out of line, but it’s not the end of the world. Time to move on.

    He looks horrible. He used to be attractive, but wow, not at all anymore.

  18. Darla says:

    Gisele is about a 8.6 on the moronometer. She is dense enough to bend light, really.

    But the game was an emotional one, she was upset and angry, and then someone makes a dig at her husband. Boom. Mouth opens and caustic verbal vomit comes out. Happens to the best of us. It’s happened to me. It’s not like she gave an interview with SI. You should have heard the crap that Kurt Warner’s wife used to say when she used to call in to radio stations with when they started in on her husband. It’s over. Let it go. If TB is still bashing on her, then he confirms that he is the doucvhe that I always thought he was.

  19. Paloma says:

    I don’t think Tom told her to zip it.

    And, to open another Pandora’s Box, I am team Bridget. I am in the mood to cause trouble.

  20. fabgrrl says:

    Okay, so she made a stupid, public faux pas. How about we just let it go? Maybe she learned from this incident and speaks more carefully, or not at all, about her husband’s career in the future. If she does it again, then we can criticize.

  21. sallyreo says:

    Gisele was very unprofessional. Her
    comment was very inappropiate. You walk
    away from an insult, act with dignity.

    One day she is praying to Jesus, next day, she is using foul language.

    At the end of the day, the one she hurt was her husband by embarrassing him.

    Tom can take care of TOM. He is a big

  22. The Original Mia says:

    Oh, for the love of all that is holy, let this story go. While I’ve enjoyed how it completely overshadowed the Giants win, it’s absolutely played out. It was a non-story on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and today.

  23. Delta Juliet says:

    I find the whole thing amusing, only because when the Pat’s were losing all the time, they were called the team with class and respect. All the sports guys were singing Brady’s praises on and off the field. Fast forward thru the whole “dynasty” and now they are pond scum and Eli Manning is the one with class.
    I think it has more to do with cheering for the underdog than any real affection for either team. Give the Giants another Super Bowl win and everyone will hate them too.

  24. nina says:

    @original tiffany: you mean you were a radiology technician? Hardly a demanding career….

    • OriginalTiffany says:

      You know what a Nuclear Medicine technologist does? Obviously not, or you wouldn’t say it wasn’t a demanding career. I have a degree in regular RT as well. Nuclear Medicine is completely different than taking a chest x-ray.
      I was 26, running a department of 10 people at a top hospital, and working over 60 hours a week on terminal children, all the way to adults, scanning everything imaginable. Not just an x-ray tech.
      Study up on your medicine. That whole year of Nuclear Physics was nothing. Really easy.
      What is it that you do? Getting very personal here, you obviously have an axe to grind. I’m not ashamed of what I do at all.

    • Deb says:

      Nina, I don’t comment often, but reading this thread was fascinating, particularly your comments about other women. Your anger against women in general radiates from your multiple posts. Clearly, I am only able to base my impressions on the wording of your posts, but you seem to be filled with negative feelings about women who don’t fit a narrow definition of success. I have two masters that I worked hard to obtain. I have also been lucky enough to experience both life as a stay at home mother and as a succcessful consultant. In both, I had have challenges and successes. There is no right way for all women to live their lives and to suggest that only way has worth is ridiculous. I have no idea why you are so angry, but it is childish and mean spirited to lash out at others who don’t conform to your narrow views of women. You never said what you yourself do, but I suggest it might be beneficial to you personally and professionally to look at how you treat others. For me, the tone of your comments explains why you think it was ok for G.B. to be so rude. Your condescending posts come across the same way.

      • nina says:

        Read the article. You are decontextualzing my comments. GB was contrasted with the other, ‘examplary’ WAGs. Actually, Gisele threads are always most woman-hating: “she looks like a dude” etc. Am fed up with the grief her and Goop are getting for being successful and outspoken and skinny

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        Thanks Deb, just what I was trying to say. I have a 4 year degree, plus another 3 years specializing.
        What’s it to you, Nina? What are your qualifications?
        I’ve had my career, I have two kids, I am now touring and being a FT mom and have been with my husband for over 20 years. Why is it YOU that call other women pathetic? Why is it you that makes fun of other posters on this board and who in the hell are you to make fun of or mock my degrees and my line of work? I have a great life, you mocking me doesn’t matter at all, it makes you look a fool and uneducated, not me.
        Besides, who cares what I do? I know waitresses that have hard jobs. Why do YOU feel the need to put other women down? We are on a thread talking about a husband who has to deal with a wife who said something after a game. Not women’s rights.
        Look back, I have never ever said one thing about Giselle’s occupation because it has no context here.
        Grow up. You don’t criticize other posters work, degrees and personal life.

      • JD says:

        A four-year degree is more than Giselle has.

    • whatthehell456 says:

      @nina: Who the hell p*ssed in your Corn Flakes this morning? This is not the place to come to to try and work through issues you may be having in your personal life, we’re here to rag on celebrities….. Celebitchy, duh.

  25. jamminatorr says:

    Well I could see why he would be upset with her. The thing is, he’s been underperforming for years – and the NFL doesn’t like non-NFL sanctioned press. Her comments could have repercussions for him professionally beyond just making it difficult for him to work with his team. As much as I hate the Pats and Tom, he shouldn’t have to apologize and mend bridges with his teammates because of something stupid his wife said.

  26. mimi says:

    I live in Boston, love Tom Brady and the Pats so I’m disappointed & heartbroken. I think all the backlash to her comment is just because people have had enough of her superiority complex…he really is a humble guy so I can’t believe he married that narcissist…BTW, is that a headband in his hair?

  27. TheOriginalKitten says:

    What? Why should she have to issue a public apology? I’m sorry-does anyone except the Pats players need to be offended by her statement? I’m assuming she apologized to them in private as they have all moved on. I would think a private apology means a HELL of a lot more than a public one intended as a PR move. I saw an interview with Khloe Kardashian in which she was defending Giselle saying that she often heckles Lamar and yells at his teammates. It’s not unusual as sports can get emotional.

  28. MGirl81 says:

    Okay, so I’m a lifelong Patriots fan and MA native. This…did not go down well in our little corner of the world. Personally, she entertains the sh*t out of me and I’d like it to continue.

    p.s. If you’re a Pats fan you know why my ultimate dream is for her to be forced to interact with Rob Gronkowski and some trick. With cameras rolling. Please.

  29. Hugo a go go says:

    Now we know why leo moved on from Gisele.

    The girl is hard work and her poor hubby just has to keep making excuses for her time and time again.

    It’s his life Gisele, not yours!!!

  30. pamela says:

    Kiki says:

    So she could not “defend” her husband without criticizing his teammates? I believe Gisele wanted the Super Bowl win even more than Tom because she knows that the Pat’s fans say that she is a jinx, as the team hasn’t won the SB since he has been with her. It’s all ego.

  31. layla says:

    Should she have thought a little more carefully before she spoke, sure. She knows this game. But she also has a right to her opionion (like everyone else) and the right to defend her husband. Especially under those circumstances.

    Should she publically apologise for her opinion? – I dont think so and actually respect her for actually not acknowleding this ridiculousness and moving on with life. If only more celebrities stood behind their words instead of slinking back with a half hearted apology when the mini van majority cried foul with an opinion they didn’t like.

    Just as Gisele defended Tom, I don’t think you will see Tom publically sh*t all over his wife. Who knows if he reprimanded her or high fived her behind closed doors…. just like we don’t know if she apologised to the players privately or ever really called the other WAG’s homely.

    I also think this is a classic case of the regular girls seeing a chink in the armour of the popular/pretty/has everything girl, and going for blood.

    Petty jealousy at this point.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      ITA with everything you said. I also think that a lot of people (understandably) just dislike Gisele for things she has said in the past. I think it would be more honest of people to just say they hate her and everything she does and this incident is no different. Instead, people are getting sanctimonious about it and just blowing it WAY out of proportion. I wish people would stop making sports into a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills episode and bring the focus back to THE GAME. If you’re a Giants fan you should be celebrating your win, not focusing on the opposing team’s wife’s off-the-cuff comments.

      • TheOriginalVictoria says:

        Can we be internet sisters OK? I enjoy all your posts even if we have sometimes disagreed, though I can’t remember if we ever have. I just love your sensible thinking.

        There is a lot of hateration for this woman. No matter what she does, people will crucidy her.

        Gisele’s attitude reminds me a lot of most Brazillian mothers I know: Passionate, overbearing, slightly preachy, very loving to family and friends and it comes off bitchy and know it all. A lot of women are that way. A lot of women on here who blast her sound the exact same way about things they re passionate about whether anti or pro; Prop 8, abortion, the Kardashians, Halle being and evil psycho, The Duggars, and the Sister Wives. I wish they could hear themselves. Maybe that’s why they don’t like Gisele. Because they are too much alike LOL.

  32. Tweakspotter says:

    Screaming?? Was she “screaming at reporters”?? I must have missed that part of the video. I’m sure he just said something like “now honey…we don’t do that in Football” and that was it. Now please stop making me defend this smug b*tch. Oh and his hair is ridiculous, fem, and FUG.

  33. sara says:

    Tom and Gisele want both a lot kids. So not surprise if she is pregnant soon

  34. nina says:

    @ tiffany: i really have to spell it out for your “mommy brain” , dont i? Gisele has had an amazing carreer for the last 17 years. Clearly, she is a top-notch hard working, top performing individual. So she is a bit direct. Who cares? She has high standards. She is not as soft and fluffy as the Professional WAGs, but she has real accomplishments to show for. Thats all i am trying to say. No need to get your panties in a twist over an imagined attack over your 2-year carreer.

    • OriginalTiffany says:

      My mommy brain? I have been a SAH mom for 2 years, I worked for 20. My Children are 12 and 14. I don’t have a mommy brain. You coming in here to shit on a fellow poster is sad.
      You now realize you just put down all Mothers in here. You are embarrassing yourself. Maybe you are Giselle. That would be hilarious!
      At the end of the day, you have NO IDEA what my education and life experience I have. You, OTOH, are making yourself very transparent. And you have never seemed to mention what YOU do.
      This site has picked up some very unpleasant people here as of late.

    • aprayerforthewildatheart says:

      What’s PATHETIC is “sticking up” for a woman who doesn’t even know you exist. The “As for genetic lottery, people tell me that too” comment, well I must give you that one because it did make me laugh. Especially after the heated attempts to make OriginalTiffany appear as if she’s lying. We project onto others what we know to be true about ourselves… ;)

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      This level of viciousness towards OT is really out of hand, nevermind Giselle. In what universe should a person apologise for pursuing an education? Should I get ill, I don’t see where denigrating health care workers is supposed to get me It’s like Michel Foucault and Kevin Trudeau are having a pillow fight in here. Giselle’s beautiful and all, but she’s also got an eighth grade education, so everyone’s got a gap, somewhere.

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        Hey Thanks all you regulars! I appreciate it. Samigirl got attacked the other day. I don’t understand the mind of some people to behave in that manner.

        I love it here most of the time. Not even a troll like Nina changes that. Even when we disagree at least we stand up for each other.

        *Blows kisses and waves to the girls* Nina may need a cracktini and a shot of delusion. Very calming.

  35. Brenda says:

    I don’t get why Abby Manning was the epitome of class. Because she handed her baby to her husband after he won? I’m not saying she did anything wrong, but if all it takes to be the “epitome of class” is to be quiet and hand your baby to your husband, then I think I misunderstood what “class” meant.

  36. Team Six says:

    In December 2006, she began dating New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. On Thursday, 26 February 2009, Bündchen married Brady in a small Catholic ceremony at St. Monica Catholic Church in Santa Monica, California.[78] On 5 April 2009, the couple remarried in a larger ceremony in Costa Rica, with Brady’s son (whom he had with actress Bridget Moynahan) present.[79] However, several writers have begun pointing out that Brady and the Patriots, despite great success in the regular season, have not won another Super Bowl since Bündchen and Brady began dating,[4] and at least one columnist for the Business Insider has suggested that the relationship may be cursed, as Brady (who was 3-0 in Super Bowls before leaving the mother of his first child for Bündchen ) has failed for five straight years to win another NFL championship.[5] Sports of Boston speculates that “the Gisele Jinx” came along just in time to replace the Curse of the Bambino.[6] A Facebook page has been started for the “Gisele Bündchen curse”.

  37. benny says:

    A model and an athelete. They seem like two people who are so in love with themselves, that there isn’t much room to love the other. Don’t see this marriage lasting.

  38. Team Six says:

    She is simply horrid and has been from the first .. you don’t think DiCaprio is “dodged a bullet”?

    From this site ….. On Monday, Vanity Fair released an interview with model Gisele Bundchen that was fairly explosive. Bundchen didn’t seem capable of censoring herself or using the slightest bit of tact or discretion. In it, she said her baby stepson (the child of her husband Tom Brady and his ex-girlfriend, actress Bridget Moynahan) is 100 percent her own, amongst other shockingly insensitive claims.

    In Vanity Fair, Bundchen not only said John was “100 percent her child,” she added: “It’s not like because somebody else delivered him, that’s not my child. I love him the same way as if he were mine. I already feel like he’s my son, from the first day . . . He’s my little angel — the sweetest, most cuddly, loving baby. I feel blessed to have him in my life. I understand that he has a mom, and I respect that. But to me, it’s not like because somebody else delivered him, that’s not my child — I feel it is, 100 percent.”

  39. Jayna says:

    I never saw her screaming at reporters. I didn’t see her respond to them once.

  40. anne_000 says:

    For the same reason that Tom doesn’t go to fashion shows and then publicly slam the designers, the other models, the stylists, hair & makeup people, Gisele needs to stop slamming people when she goes to his work place. And for the same reason Gisele would expect Tom to get along with anybody connected to her fashion world that she works with, she should try to get along with the other football wives.

    And Gisele no doubt knew there were cameras all around when she made that remark, since there was footage of her walking up to that area before she made that comment. She knows that there were several cameras and quite a many people around her at the time.

    • Kitten says:

      WHY oh WHY are we comparing fashion to the sports world?? Maybe you have to live in New England-sports are a very very emotional thing. No, Tom Brady isn’t going to shout at fashion people-WTF would he?? There is nothing emotional about walking a runway. Sports in the USA are a VERY emotional thing-a lot of cultural history, a lot of $$$$ riding on it, a lot of reps/legacies to uphold. Ugh. See? This is the problem with posting “sports-related” stories on a gossip website. A lot of people who just don’t GET IT. Apples and oranges, y’all. Lots of silly/irrelevant analogies/comparisons going on.

  41. BELLA says:


  42. blc says:

    This has got to be the stupidest controversy ever. Gisele did not make these comments publicly, in an interview with a reporter. She was speaking privately to a friend after watching her husband lose, and someone happened to tape her. Gisele has the right to say what she wants to her friend. Not to mention, she was being heckled by Giants fans and was understandably upset when she said it. Also….she wasn’t wrong. The Patriots receivers did drop a lot of balls.

    I think people just like to hate on Gisele because she is such an enviable person, making millions of dollars because of her fabulous figure. Let it go people.

  43. Dawn says:

    I don’t buy any of this. I think he is nuts about her and would never tell her to STFU. I do believe he may very nicely tell her to stop reacting to fools trying to get a rise out her but that’s about it.

    • AmayaRose says:

      I agree and I like both Giselle and Tom – big fan.

      Also, I must say that Giselle isn’t a narcissist at ALL (I’m a psych major and was influenced in part because my own mother DOES possibly have a Narcissistic Personality Disorder – and Giselle does NOT fit that PD).

      I can explain (maybe it’s rationalizing) Giselle’s comments easily too. 1) The all women should breastfeed thing…About 80% of Latinas in the US breastfeed. More Latinas breastfeed than Black or White women. Giselle is Brazilian and that counts as Latina more or less (due to S. American location and social norms).

      Here is proof:


      2) I don’t think she is stupid at all but also not the smartest women EVER. English is her second language and I must add that Brazil has the LOWEST literacy rates in Latin America.

      That would explain a lot of her clumsy speech.

      Lastly, I think she has the warmth and traditional values of many Latinas and Brazilians in general. Adriana Lima is also Brazilian and Catholic and it was a big deal when people heard that she was a virgin and waiting, etc.

      She and Giselle are two different people but both Brazilian and CAtholic and definitely an innocence about them, as well both models.

      It’s soo funny that she is getting called a Narcissist and not classy…like J.Lo and that people are citing Abby and Bridget Monihan (as in J.Lo’s case people can’t help but bring up Jennifer Garner) as classy women.

      People take Giselle’s comments soo directly and literally but can’t seem to understand her or want to. So yea, I agree with Dawn here that Tom is crazy about her. She loves his child and the one they made together. They are Catholic and despite being a “model” is probably really earthy like so many Latinas!

      • heidi says:

        I am European and I have been living in Brazil for some years and there is something in your explanation I don’t get.
        First of all, Brazil is a country with a specific culture that isn’t precisely latin. Besides, there is not a “brazilian” kind of woman, breastfeeding, caring, down to earth and warm. Of course many of them are like this. But you can experience great differences – from South to North and, most of all, according to the the social level. In fact I met a lot of wealthy Brazilian women who do not know where their washing machine is, whose children are totally raised by nannies (that they treat like slaves). Those women are so interested in their implants that they would never breastfeed their children. I’m not criticizing them: some friends of mine behave like this but, at the same time, they are great as socialites (very good conversation, international education, travelling experiences, great hosts) and they are 100% Brazilian.
        Not to mention that many of the poorest women living in the favelas (not all of them, of course) did experience abuses need and hardship. I assure you they are not caring or warm.
        Besides your latino definition sounds more like a stereotype than a fact based condition.

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        Here’s to hoping you pass through the ‘diagnosing people you’ve never met’ stage of your development soon.

  44. marie says:

    What is the big deal about those two? He looks like a girlie man with his long hair. His forhead is too high, he has funny eyes, and a girlie mouth. She is an Olive Oyl type. I do not see why people say she is so beautiful and he handsome.

  45. Maritza says:

    They look like brother and sister probably that’s why they were so attracted to each other.

  46. maeir says:

    I like how the article says she “screamed” at reporters. She didn’t know she was being filmed as had her back turned to the crowd when she said it, and fairly quietly.

    I would love another Bundchen/Brday bb, love them as a couple.

  47. lileneboheme says:

    Good advice Tom, Gisele needs to stop putting her foot in her mouth.

  48. Lauren says:

    I am much more disturbed by Tommy`s Caveman Hairband, than skinnyhorseymouth. Very strange indeed.

  49. JudyJudyJudy says:

    OriginalTiffany says:
    February 10, 2012 at 10:23 am

    I don’t hate her at all. I don’t care about her. We comment because it’s more about the actual conversation going on about the topic at hand.
    This is a women who said all women who don’t breastfeed should be jailed.
    Not a bright bulb, and if you follow fashion you have read her interviews. ”

    Okay – I stand corrected. I must have confused you with someone else. i am with you – this is just passing time while my knee heals.

    • OriginalTiffany says:

      Exactly. And I would never tear down another person posting here. I’ve been here a while (touring and living all over the world cuts off the tabloids) and I love some of our “conversations” in here, but the personal attacks, I just don’t get.
      At least I have CB while I’m healing up the back. It’s my morning thing after I send everybody off to school and work.
      Nice cup of tea and gossip before my day really starts. Which is at night. Yea, I know, weird life right now.

      • JudyJudyJudy says:

        see, I would totally call someone on being hateful. Totally. This stuff that is said about people gets sucked into the internet noise machine and if someone is vile I call them on it. And if they are over the top in their hatred I call them on it too. Sometimes people do not realize how extreme they are being until someone shows them they are. So cool if you dont care to, but I do.

      • OriginalTiffany says:

        I would call someone out for being hateful to a poster, but not a celeb. They put themselves in the public eye and it goes with the job. Notice we don’t read about the celebs who do their work, stay quiet and live their lives.
        Celebrities do not really care what you or I think. They care of their brand sells, but not really what gossip sites say.

  50. Katie says:

    Gisele stole his man card and turned him into a panty waist along time ago! Just look at the pictures. Her body language clearly states she wears the pants.

  51. Erin says:

    She can’t be as bad as people are making her out to be–she is listed on the charity sites as one of the most giving celebrities. Such is life–the world remembers your mistakes not the good you do.

  52. NinaG says:

    Forgive me, but why is this still a story, I mean the Superbowl is over, the Giants won but the media is still trying to drag on something she said. It’s time for a new story…I don’t think the NYGiants is getting as much press as Tom Brady and Giselle which is sort of funny in and of itself!!! But I saw on one of the media entertainment shows, Donald Trump is putting his to sense in about this, which is completely annoying!

  53. Dana says:

    His teammates should just let Brady take a few hits next season. He’ll get banged up, play mediocre and coast on past glory for yet another year. Can Gislut STFU about EVERYTHING and not just the Patriots?

  54. marisa says:

    Worse thing to happen to Brady & the Pats. Damn Ginxsele

  55. aprayerforthewildatheart says:

    Was Gis screaming at reporters? I thought she said something to her friend when cameras were around? This article was hilarious “pantywaist”…what does that even mean? hahaha!!

    It’s getting a little too mean at this point. I’m sure she realizes she made a mistake, but she said something in anger, and I have said FAR worse things in anger.

    Then comparing TB and Gis to the classy Manning couple, come on now. Like TB isn’t known for his sportsmanship? SMH The tabs have lock-jaw on this story, and they’re not letting it go, next they’ll have her clubbing baby seals, I’m calling it now.

  56. DeCe says:

    tom is a self proclaimed bad loser, i guess he taught her well, not to mention she also lived in NY since she was 14 years old, they also taught her well, because they are not only poor losers, but lousy winners as well! having a baby is not the answer, unless she’s ready, he needs to come to grips with this on his own. does anyone forget that his ex-girlfriend, tried that? and i hope he remembers what gisele went through and still is, and how she stood by him, with all that “just found myself pregnant crap”? and as for the patriots you all should be thanking her, because the media and fans are to busy hatting on her to make those of you resposible for the loss accountable!