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Don't get distracted by pants: Mr T's latest curling tip


Better known for his macho A-Team role, it appears these days Mr T is more “pumped” watching the Winter Olympics, and one sport in particular – curling.

The 65-year-old star, who rose to fame playing BA Baracus in the hit US TV drama series, has been following the Games closely and tweeting his thoughts throughout.

He has admitted watching events he never thought he would watch before, “like curling. You heard me, curling Fool!”

The celebrity has been rooting for the US teams, but has been impressed by athletes all-round, tweeting: “I like tough competition, but I also like to see good sportsmanship. Just do your best, give it all you got, and then shake hands when it’s over.”

He says you never lose if you try, in fact, he pities the fool who won’t even try.

Here are some of Mr T’s most enthusiastic tweets about the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, so far, including one where he blamed the US men’s curling team for losing because of “too much jibber jabber”.

It all started when he watched curling for the first time…

He quickly became impressed with the sport…

He was happy about how much he was learning from curling…

He particularly enjoys the “little broom” which reminds him of his Swiffer Sweeper…

But he still admits it’s a delicate sport, not like when he was a bouncer…

Mr T also thinks curling is less wear and tear than what he is used to, and therefore “chooses” curling. Is he hinting at a change of career, perhaps?…

He was really excited to settle down for the USA to take on Canada…

But he wasn’t mad at Nina after the loss…

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However, he was little less forgiving of the men…

No doubt he will continue to explore his new-found passion for curling, “You heard me, curling Fool!”


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