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David Beckham has admitted he is flattered by the interest top managers have shown in acquiring his services, after he announced he is quitting LA Galaxy for pastures new.
Now, the 33-year-old Maroon 5 front man has confessed that he is flattered by the pretty actress' attention.
JIM JEFFERIES last night broke his silence on Hibs and admitted he was flattered to be linked with the Easter Road hotseat.
Haskell said of his Wasps return: "I was very flattered and humbled by Wasps enthusiasm and commitment to re-sign me.
Look: The shape together with the gorgeous dark wash flattered and even elongated my short legs.
RUGBY UNION: Nick Easter is flattered to be touted as a future England captain, but believes Steve Borthwick is the right man for the job.
lt;We flattered the teacher in the hope of getting better grades.
Dr Stanley Ireland, of Warwick University, who teaches on the degree course on ancient history and classical archaeology, said: "I doubt if archaeologists are flattered by comparison with Indiana Jones.
Head teacher Martin Jones said: "We are flattered to be mentioned by the PM.
He's admitted he's quite flattered, but puts it down to her testing her man-appeal to boost her confidence.
PAUL Scholes has admitted he was flattered when he was asked to return to the England fold - but has no regrets at rejecting coach Steve McClaren's advances.
STEVEN GERRARD has dropped the biggest hint yet that he is looking to leave Liverpool, saying he was flattered by the attention of Europe's elite clubs.
Campbell said: 'Although the score flattered us the game is about scoring.
A nevada topless club being sued by Catherine Zeta-Jones says the actress should be flattered the club used her image for advertising and promotion.