Olympics golden girl Gabby Douglas will make a special guest appearance on tonight’s episode of “America’s Got Talent.”
Just days after his five-medal wins at the 2012 London Olympics (and a career total of 11 medals), U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte is racing off to Hollywood.
With a little British pomp and a lot of British pop, London brought the curtain down on a glorious Olympic Games on Sunday in a spectacular, technicolor pageant of landmarks, lightshows and lots of fun.
The Olympic finishing line is almost in sight. With just a few events to go, athletes and Londoners alike are set for the mother-of-all celebrations — a weekend of gold-medal parties and a pop-tastic closing ceremony.
Sure, Ryan Lochte may have won a handful of Olympic medals and has already proclaimed that he is moving to Hollywood. He may even have his choice of starring on “The Bachelor” or “Dancing with the Stars.” In fact, there is even talk of multiple reality shows coveting the services of the champion swimmer. “I’m […]
It’s a good thing for the U.S. women’s basketball players that they weren’t near a television set at halftime of their semifinal game against Australia on Thursday.
Arlo White is just grateful that he recognized Alex Morgan’s head. NBC’s play-by-play announcer for Olympic women’s soccer doesn’t want to think about what would have happened had he blown the call of Morgan’s last-minute goal in the U.S. team’s 4-3 semifinal victory over Canada.
Gabby Douglas is golden when it comes to online popularity, too.
Here’s a TV trivia question: What was the most-watched prime-time program last week that had nothing to do with the Olympics?
Now that’s more like it. Mick Jagger has dropped by Olympic Stadium to watch some track and field, providing relief to celebrity-watchers who worried that the world’s biggest sporting event has been a little lacking in star power — off the field, that is.