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The former X Factor contestant became engaged to partner French-American chef Ethan Boroian in November 2015 - and he proposed in a very romantic way to boot. It didn't take long for Ethan to decide that he wanted to spend his life with the songstress as he began filming his proposal video just over a week into their relationship. In the clip, which took the chef 18 months to film, Ethan can be seen filming himself spinning on the spot holding signs that say 'will', 'you', 'marry' and 'me'. Eurovision hopeful Lucie Jones is set to marry fiancé Ethan Boroian in August who spent 18 months planning his proposal Ethan began filming his proposal video just six days into his relationship with Lucie He filmed the clips secretly over a period of a year and a half in various locations including Paris, (nine days in to their relationship), Henley on Thames (32 days in) and Chicago (373 days in). Ethan, who met Lucie during X Factor boot camp, then showed the video to his girlfriend in the final filming location - the church they are due to marry in in August. After showing her the video her loved-up fiancé presented her with a sparkling diamond that his father had gifted to his mother on their tenth anniversary. Speaking to Wales Online at the time of her engagement Lucie said: 'We had such a perfect weekend. After he showed me the video, he got down on one knee and presented me with the most beautiful ring I have ever seen. 'I've actually known Ethan since we were both on X Factor together. We met at boot camp and got on really well but just as friends. In the video he visits various different locations filming himself holding up signs saying 'will', 'you', 'marry' and 'me' He then showed the video to Lucie in November last year before handing her the ring The couple initially met in X Factor auditions in 2009 but didn't date for several years He ended the video in the village church where the pair are planning to wed in August 'Then about 18 months ago we met up again and he invited me out to dinner. We didn't really know if it was a date or just dinner, but it soon became obvious we were meant to be with each other. 'He's always joking and getting down on one knee and then saying, 'Will you... make me a toastie' or something like that.' The former X Factor singer, who was knocked out by two-time Eurovision contestants Jedward in 2009, will perform her song Never Give up on You in the Kiev final on Saturday. 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MIAMI -- Mario Chalmers marched toward midcourt with a message. "I felt like we had them on the ropes at the time. I told him, Lets go for the kill," Chalmers said. "He said, Im with you." And once LeBron James joined in, the Miami Heat were back with a blowout in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. Chalmers led the charge, James broke out to finish it with a flurry and the Heat used a 33-5 run to rout the San Antonio Spurs 103-84 on Sunday night and even the series at one game apiece. James missed 10 of 13 shots through three quarters and the Heat trailed by a point late in the period before unleashing the lethal brand of basketball that led them to a franchise-record 66 wins this season. Chalmers finished with 19 points, and James had 17 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and three blocks -- the best on Tiago Splitters dunk attempt -- while shooting only 7 of 17 from the field. For two days following Game 1, the thought was that James needed to do more for his teammates. Turns out, it was Chalmers and the supporting cast who did something for James. "Honestly, for me, when I was struggling offensively, my teammates continued to keep it in range," James said. " And we even had a lead at one point, especially late in the second quarter when we made that run and I was struggling a little bit. "So I think Rio more than anybody kept us aggressive, him getting into the paint, him getting those and-ones and making a couple of 3s. It allowed me to sit back and wait for my time." The Heat made 10 of 19 3-pointers and got 13 points from Ray Allen, and 12 points and 10 rebounds from the previously slumping Chris Bosh. Danny Green made all six shots, including five 3-pointers, and scored 17 points for the Spurs. They host Game 3 on Tuesday night. Tony Parker had 13 points on 5-of-14 shooting for the Spurs, who were so precise in their 92-88 victory in Game 1 but threw the ball all over the white-surrounded court Sunday, committing 17 turnovers that led to 19 Miami points. "In the second half they just run us over," the Spurs Manu Ginobili said. "We didnt move the ball at all. Their pressure really got us on our heels." Tim Duncan shot 3 of 13 and finished with nine points and 11 rebounds. "We didnt play well. We didnt shoot well. I know I played awfully," Duncan said. "Whatever it may be, they responded better than us. So hopefully we can look forward to this Game 3 and regain some of our composure." James insisted he wouldnt force himself to do more after he had a triple-double in Game 1 but never seized the opportunity to take control of the scoring as the game was slipping away from the Heat. He didnt need to. Not with Chalmers making big shots, the Heats defence forcing the Spurs to look shaky all over the floor, and a barrage of second-half 3-pointers. James finally got some openings late, hanging from the rim an extra second not long after a sensational blocked shot freed him up for a fast break. The often-maligned Chalmers is frequently found in Heat highlights being yelled at by James or another Miami veteran. But hes as cocky as any of the superstars in Miami, and he has the big-moment plays to back up his bravado, from a tying shot for Kansas in the 2008 NCAA championship game to his 25 points in Game 4 of last years finals. "You have to have guts to play with our guys. If you dont, you get swallowed up," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "The good thing about it is the other guys were fine with him making plays." The point guard sparked the Heat late in the third, after San Antonio had taken a 62-61 lead. He converted two three-point plays, Allen and Mike Miller nailed 3-pointers, and James made only his third field goal of the game during a 14-3 finishing spurt that sent Miami to the fourth with a 75-65 advantage. They opened the fourth with nine straight points to make it 84-65, and capped the run at 94-67 when James made a 3-pointer, erasing any chance of their first two-game losing streak in five months. "We were just a little bit more active today," Bosh said. "We really just made an emphasis to continue to try to corral them." The Spurs had only four turnovers in Game 1, tying an NBA Finals record low. But they surpassed that total in the first quarter, Parker committing two of their five after not coughing it up once in the opener, and the Spurs looked more like the sloppy Indiana Pacers from Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals than the Spurs of Game 1. The unrecognizable play continued, Parker firing passes on the pick-and-roll right into a Heat players leg on multiple occasions and even getting yanked barely three minutes into the third quarter after his struggles continued. The Spurs responded with seven straight points without him to get back within one. But by the end of the period, it was Chalmers who was the best point guard on the floor. The Heat dropped Game 1 in last years finals, and the first two to Dallas in 2006 before going on to win both titles. But those early deficits came on the road, so Dwyane Wade said Sundays game was a "must-win game" for the Heat. They arrived to white shirts hanging on the seats that read "Larry loves Miami" with a picture of the Larry OBrien trophy that goes to the NBA champion. Larrys not leaving, not if the Heat keep playing like this. They looked as good as ever in the final 15 minutes of their 100th game of the season, pouring it on and leaving Spurs coach Gregg Popovich often standing with his arms folded on the sideline, with no answers and no way of slowing down the Heat speedsters. San Antonio had its seven-game post-season winning streak snapped, as well as a six-game NBA Finals win streak that dated to the 2005 finals. Duncan, who started 0 of 5 in the opener before finishing with 20 points and 14 rebounds, began 1 for 5 in this one. But he never got untracked, though part of the problem was the Spurs inability to get him the ball enough because of their turnovers. Wade finished with 10 points and six assists. Miami committed just six turnovers. Notes: The Spurs remained at 131 playoff wins, two back of the Lakers for most in the NBA since 1997, when Duncan was drafted. ... Clippers veteran Chauncey Billups, a former NBA Finals MVP, was chosen Sunday as the first winner of the NBAs Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award. It was named for Maurice Stokes, who was paralyzed in an on-court accident in 1958, and teammate Jack Twyman, who became Stokes legal guardian and watched over him for 12 years until Stokes died in 1970. China Jerseys Wholesale . The schedule will kick off June 3 with the 30th playing of the Times Colonist Island Savings Open. After a week off, the tour will continue with the ATB Financial Classic in Calgary, AB. Cheap Jerseys China . Lady luck gave the Raptors (29-47) a rare break Friday night when Ricky Rubio -- a 79 per cent free-throw shooter -- missed a potential game-tying shot at the line in the dying seconds to give Toronto a 95-93 comeback victory over the hosting Minnesota Timberwolves (28-47). http://www.chinajerseyswholesalestore.com/ . 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Winter has finally arrived. Some cold weather and even a little snow. No better place to be than inside a nice warm cozy gym watching hoops. The best time of year if you love the game - lots and lots of games. Here are five NBA Thoughts. 1. TRISTAN THOMPSON (Cavs): His first professional appearance for him at the ACC this evening. Hometown kid comes home to play in front of family and friends. Good for him. Hes done a nice job so far. Is he a bit raw? Yes, but hes a guy that rebounds, blocks shots and finishes around the rim. Lots of areas that need work, but in time he will become a good pro if hes willing to pay the price to be a top-notch player. Always a big moment; your first time playing at home. A culmination of lots of years of sacrifice, dedication, and hard work that you can reflect on and briefly celebrate your arrival. Then its on to business. 2. MANU GINOBILI (Spurs): A huge loss for them. The heart and soul of their franchise. He makes them go. 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NEW YORK -- Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and the Nets turned the Brooklyn blackout into a blowout, beating the Chicago Bulls 106-89 on Saturday night in Game 1 of their playoff series. Williams scored 22 points, Lopez had 21 and the Nets ripped apart the Bulls vaunted defence with a spectacular second quarter, when they made 16 of 20 shots. "Thats a hell of a performance," Nets interim coach P.J. Carlesimo said. Joe Johnson finished with 16 for the Nets, who made their successful first season in Brooklyn even better with a victory in their first playoff appearance since 2007. They will host Game 2 on Monday night. The Nets wore their road black uniforms and fans were encouraged to wear black as well to make it a "blackout" for the first major post-season game in Brooklyn since Oct. 10, 1956, when the Yankees beat the Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series at Ebbets Field. The Nets then came out white-hot, shooting nearly 56 per cent and putting six players in double figures. "It was the end of the first (quarter) and they hit us with a haymaker, got us back on our heels," Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said. "So end of the first, second quarter, poor defence, poor intensity, poor energy on offence. You cant win like that." Carlos Boozer had 25 points and eight rebounds for the Bulls, who had Joakim Noah in the starting lineup despite foot pain. But he was clearly limited, and there was no reason to play him more than the 14 minutes he got with the game never in doubt after halftime. The sellout crowd of 17,732 was roaring long before Nets reserve Jerry Stackhouse, who wears the No. 42 that Jackie Robinson once sported in Brooklyn, sang the national anthem. Owner Mikhail Prokhorov, who spent hundreds of millions on player contracts last summer expecting a longtime loser in New Jersey to win big in Brooklyn, came on the court to thank fans for their passion and support, telling them that this playoff appearance was only the beginning. And what a beginning it was. Williams even had a reverse dunk in the third quarter, showing how much better he feels after ankle pain had him playing well below his usual level before the All-Star break, when he could barely jump. Gerald Wallace and C.J. Watson each scored 14 for the Nets, while Andray Blatche had 12. Noah has battled plantar fasciitis in his right foot and Thibodeau said he didnt want his All-Star centre playing if he was injured. But Noah, who grew up in New York, wanted to give it a try. He finished with four points. "The thing is he hasnt practiced so hes going to be rusty, but Id rather have him out there. Whatever he can give us is a plus," Thibodeau said. "We didnt play well. It wasnt Jo, it was our team. So hes a big plus for our team, so wed like to have him out there. Weve got to play better. Everyone has to play better." The Bulls are still without Derrick Rose, who tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in last years playoff opener. Thibodeau hasnt ruled out the former MVP returning in this series, noting the end would be two weeks from Saturday if it went the distance. That looked unlikely after Game 1. Chicago won three of four during the regular season, holding the Nets to 87.5 points per game, but Brooklyn had 89 after the third quarter of this one. Fans chanted "Brooklyn! Brooklyn!" before the tip and chanted Wallaces name during it, recognizing his strong performance after a difficult regular season. The Nets jumped out to an 11-point lead after one quarter, getting 12 points from Lopez. It was 38-26 midway through the second before the Nets blew it open. Lopez made two straight baskets, the latter a dunk after Williams juked Marco Belinelli so badly that Jay-Z practically jumped out of his nearby courtside seat. Former Bulls backup Watson followed with a 3-pointer to make it a 20-point game for the first time, and it was 60-35 at halftime after the Nets scored the final six points. "I thought we competed extremely well, I thought we defended extremely well and pushed the ball and shared the ball extremely well in the first half," Carlesimo said. Noah started the second half, clearly not running well, but was back on the bench before long. Nate Robinson scored 17 points for Chicago, while Jimmy Butler and Belinelli each had 13. Luol Deng had just six on 3-of-11 shooting. NOTES: Carlesimo got his first playoff victory since April 30, 1997, when he coached Portland. ... The Bulls reached the conference semifinals the previous three times they were a No. 5 seed. ... Jay-Z was in his usual seat near the Nets bench even though the rap mogul is selling his small portion of the team, as required, to focus on his player agency business. Nelson Cruz Authentic Jersey . Bryant scored 13 of his 42 points during a 20-0 run in the last 6:22 of the fourth quarter, and Los Angeles overcame a 25-point deficit to fend off the New Orleans Hornets, 108-102 on Wednesday night. 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Tyler Kennedy tallied in regulation for the Penguins, who have won four of five and crept within four points of first place Philadelphia in the Atlantic Division. Marc-Andre Fleury made 19 stops in the first 65 minutes, then three of four saves in the shootout. It is not something we have been fazed by before, said Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma of his club showing resilience with so many key players out of the lineup. Our guys keep playing and keep the standard up no matter what is happening in the game. Tonight is another example where we played well defensively and didnt give them a lot of chances. We were able to get the goal to tie the game and we had some chances to win, but it was a hard-fought game. Mike Richards lit the lamp for the Flyers, who have dropped two in a row and four of six. Philly tied a season-low for shots in one game with 20, first set on January 6 at New Jersey. Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 30 shots in defeat. Fleury let Richards chance to open the final round settle in his breadbasket, then Kunitz managed to slide a shot underneath Bobrovsky for the game-deciding score. Bobrovsky was tested in the first three minutes of the game, but turned back Kennedys breakaway bid with his right pad. The Flyers took a one-goal edge with 4:42 left in the first period, when James van Riemsdyks pass into the slot for Richards ppopped up off his skate, then floated over Fleurys head before settling in the net.dddddddddddd Kennedy did even the game 61 seconds into the second period, ripping a shot high and inside the right post. Bobrovskys right pad bailed out his club once more, after Maxime Talbot capitalized on a miscommunication and soloed in on the Philadelphia net 3 1/2 minutes into the third period during a Flyers power play. James Neal also hit the Russian rookie in his pad with just under three minutes to play, then Kris Letang was stopped by Bobrovsky with just over two minutes left in overtime. Seconds later, the Pens defenseman shot high over an open net. We didnt play good the whole game, not just the third period. We didnt have a shot on net for I dont know how long, said Flyers defenseman Andrej Meszaros. Luckily we had Bob [Bobrovsky]. He kept us in the game. He was unbelievable, but we cant have those kind of games close to the playoffs. GAME NOTES:Pittsburgh improved to 7-2-0 in its last nine trips to Philadelphia...The season series concludes on Tuesday in the Steel City...Coming into the game, the Flyers held a record of 14-3-1 against Atlantic Division opponents, the best record of any NHL team against its own division...Philly set a franchise record by participating in its fourth straight shootout...The Penguins added backup goaltender Brent Johnson to the list of wounded, out with an upper-body injury. The club recalled netminder Brad Thiessen from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the AHL earlier Thursday...Attendance was a season-high 19,902. ' ' '

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