Why is Ashley Cole popular right now?

Shot a fan with .22 air rifle. News Of The World got very excited. (as of February 27 at 09:39 UTC)
Category: Entertainment | Most recent: July 7 at 09:55 UTC | First appearance: March 5 at 12:50 UTC | Last defined: February 27 at 09:39 UTC | Permalink
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Feb
27
+1 year
Shot a fan with .22 air rifle. News Of The World got very excited.
Defined by Anonymous via web February 27 at 09:39 UTC
Feb
19
+1 year
Skied his penalty against Everton to knock Chelsea out of the FA Cup. The Twitterverse laughed until they died.
Defined by @themib via web February 19 at 16:00 UTC
Feb
7
+1 year
Defender Ashley Cole has been awarded England's player of the year prize for 2010.
Defined by @tallchap via web February 7 at 16:22 UTC
Nov
28
+1 year
Ashley Cole plays football and is a love rat.
Defined by @SxBwoy via Twitter for iPhone November 28 at 15:22 UTC
Nov
28
+1 year
He plays for Chelsea Football Club.
Defined by @marksummers11 via Twitter for iPhone November 28 at 15:06 UTC
Nov
28
+1 year
He used to be married to Cheryl Cole, now he is just an arse.
Defined by @itsBronagh via UberTwitter November 28 at 15:02 UTC
Nov
28
+1 year
newcastle fans are booing Ashley Cole because he cheated on Cheryl Cole.
Defined by @ColeyPaterson via Twitter for iPhone November 28 at 14:42 UTC
Nov
28
+1 year
this is because cheryl cole is from newcastle so he is getting booed even more by the newcastle fans.
Defined by @JuhitaChevli via Twitter for iPhone November 28 at 14:41 UTC
Nov
28
+1 year
previous definition was old news! why is he trending now?.
Defined by @HelenRB72 via Twitter for iPhone November 28 at 14:38 UTC
Feb
24
+12 months
Cheryl Cole has decided to separate from her husband Ashley Cole following several allocations that he sent illicit photos to various women.
Defined by Anonymous via web February 24 at 16:39 UTC
Mar
5
+6 hours
Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole was arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly.
Defined by Anonymous via web March 5 at 07:09 UTC

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