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Perhaps the National Enquirer’s greatest turd that stuck to a wall was the 2009 revelation that the world’s greatest golfer, Tiger Woods, had been cheating on his wife, Elin Nordegren, with a bevy of women including Rachel Uchitel and a Perkins waitress.
Two weeks ago, there was a juicy HOTT GOSS rumor floating around that Tiger Woods was offering his ex-wife Elin Nordegren $200 million to remarry him, and he was backing that up with an additional $350 million prenuptial agreement.
As a kid who grew up fearing the pink aisle because of what it said about me, I'm happy kids like this are starting to exist.
American skier and Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn made a guest appearance on "Law & Order" last night, and she was so bad that they decided to cancel the whole show.
In the great northern alpine expanse we know fondly as Canadia (or in some circles, "Canada,") the Winter Olympics came to a close last night.
There are a lot of bad things to say about NBC's Olympic coverage: the tape delays are unforgivable, its reliance on sappy melodrama distracts from the competition, and Bob Costas's self-satisfaction over not aging the last twenty years is horrifying in HD, among other things.
With the Winter Olympics only three days away, it's hard to argue that any member of Team USA can expect to have as good a month as skier Lindsey Vonn already has.
It was either that bouquet or the Tuna Can of Victory Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn will compete in the slalom at the world championships this weekend, less than a week after severing a tendon in her had after slicing her thumb on a broken champagne bottle.