Jay Cutler D.A.R.E. tee, Kristin Cavallari Leopard: (PHOTO)



Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler and his famous-for-being-famous wife Kristin Cavallari threw an ’80s shindig tonight. Jay wore a D.A.R.E. to keep kids off drugs t-shirt, and bright orange shorts. Hot Pants style! KristinCav wore a very similar outfit to what you see above.

Here’s the pic via the Twitter account of the Chicago Tribune’s Fred Mitchell


The party was at Joe’s Bar on Weed Street and featured 80s R&B sensation Billy Ocean. Hopefully, it also featured someone bothering Jay Cutler by fawning all over him, and Cutler being extremely surly and rude in response. You know, kind of exactly like the time he did this!
I hope for Cutler’s sake that scenario replayed itself. Here’s that story again told on-stage/acted out at The Laugh Factory.

Of course, the time Cutler did this to a fan was cool too.

80% of the proceeds from tonight’s shindig will benefit the Jay Cutler Foundation for diabetes research. Both he and his wife appeared on Access Hollywood with Michelle Beadle on Monday; and talked a little bit about this soiree.

Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears report to training camp in six days. Good that he raised some money and awareness for a noble cause in the last days of the off-season.


Paul M. Banks is the owner of The Sports Bank.net, an affiliate of Fox Sports. An analyst for 95.7 The Fan, he also writes on Chicago sports media for Chicago Now. President Obama follows him on Twitter (@paulmbanks)

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  1. Jon Hlavinka says:

    You should have more respect for people with Type 1 diabetes. If you spent ten minutes in their shoes your take on Mr. Cutler would change drastically. Your pathetic diatribe against this man who has been given an early death sentence shows only your ignorance.

  2. paulmbanks says:

    You are too STUPID to keep commenting here. My god you’re an idiot. I brought publicity to his fundraiser for that very cause. and said it was a good thing he raised awareness and money. obviously you missed the point

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