Lochte's All-American Girl
Ryan Lochte and Olivia Culpo :: Taylor Hill/Getty Images
Ryan Lochte has been a busy man since the Olympics ended. He raced Prince Harry during a vacation in Las Vegas, shot cameos for 30 Rock and the CW's 90210, and played strip trivia on national television. But his biggest achievement might be reportedly landing Miss USA. Olivia Culpo. The two have been hanging out in New York during Fashion Week but are not officially dating.
Javale McGee made one Chipotle-loving Nuggets fan happy. The Denver center visited the popular fast food chain and tweeted that the first 10 people to meet him there get a free meal. Unfortunately for McGee, only one fan took him up on the offer.
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Katie from Williamstown, Mass. wrote in to request I show some love to Victoria's Secret model Lindsay Ellingson. So here is some love for the lovely Ms. Ellingson.
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Olympic gymnasts McKayla Maroney and Aly Raismanboth fell and suffered injuries during a performance in Ontario, Calif.
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Pro wrestling legend Jerry "The King" Lawler suffered a heart attack last night during a Monday Night Raw event in Montreal. According to Smith Hart, who was backstage with older brother Bret Hart, the 62-year-old Lawler was clinically dead for 20 minutes before being brought back to life by EMTs. Lawler was breathing on his own by the end of the telecast and will hopefully make a full recovery. In the meantime, here's one of Lawler's most famous moments - his 1982 appearance on the Dave Letterman show in which he slaps Andy Kaufman in the face.
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There is nothing more entertaining than when the NFL puts microphones on its players. Case in point: Arian Foster against the Jaguars.
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