It’s a drama in six acts. Model Olivia Culpo had hoped to post a series of beautiful photos of her holding a bouquet of flowers in front of a Los Angeles sunset. But things didn’t go as planned.
She titled the series of shots, “How it started vs. how it’s going.” They play out more or less like a horror film. After getting her shot with the flowers, the next set of snaps shows her beloved dog Oliver somehow on the other side of the glass fence. The pooch is only inches from a serious fall.
The remaining photos are of her efforts to retrieve the poodle and pull him back over the fence. Spoiler alert: She does.
Not to be a conspiracy theorist, but it is a bit odd that the dog could have gotten on the other side of the glass in the first place. And, more than that, why the photographer was in the perfect position to capture the scene, all the while they keep snapping away without helping. But stranger things have happened. We’ll give Olivia Culpo the benefit of the doubt and just be happy Oliver is home and happy.
Olivia Culpo’s Sister Dating a New York Jets Player
Olivia Culpo isn’t the only Culpo finding love on the football field. Sophia Culpo, her younger sister, 21, was recently spotted with New York Jets wide receiver Braxton Berrios. Evidently, the cute couple became officially over Valentine’s Day weekend. The two even participated in a “couples workout.”
The Jets see Berrios as a utility player, using him as a wide receiver and return specialist. Though, he had nearly 400 receiving yards and three scores last season, Berrios said he has a lot to work on.
“I have everything to work on,” he told NewYorkJets.com. “The whole ‘look yourself in the mirror and see what you have to do’ is not foreign to me at all. I think there is no one harder on me than me, and I’d like to keep it that way. I truly have everything to work on as a receiver, as a football player in general. Truly I’m looking forward to doing that and coming back an all-around better player.”
Maybe a few more “couples workouts” with Sophia Culpo and Berrios can help the Jets get back above .500.