Related: Venus Loses Wimbledon Title Amid Car Crash Drama Unsurprisingly, Venus is currently fighting the wrongful death suit as she has since accused at least one of the victims of last night, and it's got everybody talking today to see her pretty clearly carrying a child!Ch-ch-check out both of her performances from last night -- including one where she kept hiding the bump, and the second where she showed it all off with no hiding (below)!!!Like other similar sculptures, it probably never had feet, and would not have stood on its own, although it might have been pegged into soft ground.Parts of the body associated with fertility and childbearing have been emphasized, leading researchers to believe that the Venus of Willendorf may have been used as a fertility fetish.We're just glad little bb Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. As we previously reported, the top ranked athlete was involved in a nasty car accident last month at a Florida intersection, leaving Jerome Barson dead and his wife injured.wasn't in the car as Serena was listed as the only occupant of the 2016 Mini Cooper. Over the weekend, Serena Williams had a 1950s-inspired baby shower — and all her A-list friends like Ciara, Kelly Rowland, La La Anthony, Eva Longoria, and her twin sister Venus Williams showed out in the best way! While footage from the scene has since cleared Miz Williams' name in the criminal investigation, it appears as though Barson's estate is still suing the tennis champ for allegedly causing the fatal collision.
As we reported the other day, Serena had to pull out of the Australian Open after losing her first exhibition tennis match back after giving birth and realizing that she wasn't quite as prepared physically for a comeback as she thought. The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department found that neither party was responsible for the crash that left Jerome Barson dead and his wife injured.More recent estimates push the date back slightly to between about 28,000 and 25,000 BCE.Similar sculptures, first discovered in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, are traditionally referred to in archaeology as "Venus figurines", due to the widely-held belief that depictions of nude women with exaggerated sexual features represented an early fertility fetish, perhaps a mother goddess.Watch this acoustic rendition to see why so many are raving about her! Following a revised analysis of the stratigraphy of the site where the statuette was discovered, carried out in 1990, the figure was estimated to have been carved between 24,000 and 22,000 BCE.[ She is one of the most beloved new artists in country music and one of our faves from Nashville!