In the next round of Chris Craziness, a lovely comedian and actress hits the court against one of the best tennis players in the world. Check it out.
Today in the wonderful world of Chris Craziness, we meet our next pair of contenders. Of course, as March Madness rages on, we continue to get closer and closer to the champion. It’s been a surprising fight thus far but we all know that some Chrises are stronger than others. Yesterday proved that superheroes and singers always have a leg up on the competition as Chris Evans, Chris Pratt, Christina Aguilera and Chris Colfer advanced to the next round. And today, we bring you another exciting match up between Kelly Bundy and an 18-time Grand Slam tennis champ.
Christina Applegate arrives at the “Bad Moms” Los Angeles Premiere held at the Mann Village Theatre in Westwood, CA on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (Photo By Sthanlee B. Mirador) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
Christina Applegate (Actress)
Christina Applegate’s played her fair share of characters whose likability are a little hard to embrace. But her charm always sees her through because she seems like one of the nicest people around. She’s sweet and genuine. For example, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she used the opportunity to spread awareness and share what she was going through. In addition to her several roles on television, her most recent role was in Bad Moms, which is getting a sequel. Though, there’s no word if Applegate will be in the second one.
Jun 2, 2015; Paris, France; 2014 women’s singles champion Serena Williams (USA) with Chris Evert at the ITF Champions Dinner on day 10 Pavillon Cambon Capucines. Mandatory Credit: Christophe Saidi-Pool Photo via USA TODAY Sports
Chris Evert (Tennis player)
Okay, the above picture shows two amazing tennis players. But only one of them is the best. For Chris Craziness, we’re going to say that it’s the woman on the right — Chris Evert. And that may very well be true, especially considering that Evert’s one of the most decorated players of all time. With the exception of 1979, Evert remained the No. 1 player in the world between the years 1974 and 1981. And she’s got nearly 200 championships and titles in her back pocket. So despite retirement and becoming an ESPN analyst, Evert’s still one of the most formidable opponents on the court. The Chris Craziness court, obviously.
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