The "Grace and Frankie" actress was responding to a troll on Twitter.
Roddick revealed the news during his induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
For all the breastfeeding mamas out there.
For Brooklyn Decker, long hair is so 2014. On Tuesday, the model-turned-actress debuted a dramatic new 'do via Instagram
Turns out, filming a sex scene in front of an entire crew is just as awkward as you thought it would be. Director Joe Carnahan
The 27-year-old model/actress recently visited "Extra" at their New York City studios sporting hair and makeup that we could
My mom would always say there's a simple fix for making someone feel included and showing respect -- it's as easy as using a different word.
I have been a volunteer tennis coach for the Special Olympics in Mercer County, New Jersey for over 10 years, and I can confidently say that it has been one of the most rewarding and enjoyable experiences of my life.
Scoot over, Chrissy Teigen. Brooklyn Decker is coming in hot with the sassy tweets. Decker recently admitted she "wasn't
Brooklyn Decker joins Marc to discuss her marriage to former tennis star Andy Roddick.
Model and actress Brooklyn Decker joined HuffPost Live on Tuesday to discuss marriage, modeling, hoops and her role on the new CBS sitcom "Friends With Better Lives." Decker explained to Marc Lamont Hill during her interview why it is awkward watching some of her scenes with her family.
Take a gander at Brooklyn Decker in her sexiest and silliest pics ever. And Andy Roddick? You better treat her right! Read
Indeed, Brooklyn. The best part is her apparent lack of makeup (and she still looks gorgeous, of course). What further proof
No candlelight or cooked meals for them. Instead, Decker and Roddick's idea of a good time meant bringing their best moves
Retirement seems to be going well for former tennis star Andy Roddick. On Wednesday, Sports Illustrated cover girl Brooklyn
Monday nights are no longer for football. Instead, they're all about margaritas, cheese plates and fitness DVDS, if you're
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