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Swimming champion Ryan Lochte covers ESPN the Magazine's forthcoming music issue, and in doing so recreates Nirvana's seminal 1991 album Nevermind.

Smells like ... Olympic team spirit?

Ryan Lochte Nirvana

Of course, unlike the baby boy grasping for the dollar bill in the grunge rock band's iconic photo, Ryan didn't actually go completely nude for ESPN.

Don't worry ladies, the hunk's not going anywhere, There's always hope on E! Ryan Lochte reality show, What Would Ryan Lochte Do? Seriously.

For comparison, or for those of you too young to even know what the heck he's doing an impression of here, check out the Nevermind cover below:

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Oksana Baiul is suing NBC and a skating program producer for $5 million for using her name and likeness to promote two shows that never ended up airing.

Oksana Baiul Pic

The 1994 Olympic figure skating gold medalist claims that Disson Skating LLC offered her a deal to perform in two shows that were to air on NBC.

Baiul declined, never receiving a contract or signing a promotional deal.

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Lindsey Vonn is in rough shape, but the four-time world champion will be okay.

Vonn crashed during a run today in Austria, mistiming her jump landing and sliding all the way into the boundary gate before coming to a stop.

She was treated on the slope for approximately 12 minutes before a helicopter swooped in and took Vonn to a nearby hospital.

Lindsey Vonn in Peach

But an insider tells Us Weekly the rumored Tiger Woods girlfriend is "banged up but fine. She's been teeing people."

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The past seven days have not been a great week for Chris Culliver.

The 49ers cornerback made all the wrong kinds of headlines when he came out against having a gay teammate, and then he was burned on a 56-yard touchdown pass by Jacoby Jones in the Super Bowl Sunday.

But while Artie Lange - the man who interviewed Culliver - says he hopes the player "learns" from his experience, he also tells TMZ that (unfortunately) "what Culliver said reflects what 99% of the league thinks."

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All of a sudden, Lindsey Vonn's love life is the least of our concerns.

The American skier, who has been rumored to be dating Tiger Woods for some reason, was badly injured today at the World Championships in Schladming, Austria.

The crash took place on the opening day of the women's Super-G event and Vonn had to be airlifted to a local hospital as soon as a helicopter could arrive on the scene.

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Rob Gronkowski has a $54 million contract with the New England Patriots, along with a broken arm that caused him to miss the 2013 playoffs.

But neither of those facts stopped the tight end from jumping on stage last night in Las Vegas, dancing shirtless... and delivering a Stone Cold Stunner to a fellow club patron.

Watch now as Gronkowski raises his cast immediately after the move and appears to be okay. But New England fans may need more proof to prevent a total meltdown:

Gronkowski is no stranger to extreme behavior. In the past, he has posed nude for ESPN the Magazine and said he wants to take Tim Tebow's virginity.

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A scuffle broke out between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers during Super Bowl XLVII after the Ravens intercepted a pass in the second quarter.

After Ed Reed picked off a Colin Kaepernick pass, players were pushing and shoving ... mostly each other. Except the Ravens, Cary Williams, who took on a ref.

Unnecessary roughness penalties were awarded to San Francisco's Joe Staley and Baltimore's Corey Graham. Williams, however, escaped being penalized.

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The Super Bowl itself ended up being pretty lights out in a different sense, but the highlight on social media was undoubtedly the 34-minute Superdome blackout.

You know what they say: When the lights go out in New Orleans, the party really starts ... to the tune of 231,500 time-killing tweets per minute in this case.

Here are some of the funniest and most timely ones, from celebs and regular folk, when half the stadium went dark inexplicably early in the third quarter:

Neil Patrick Harris Super Bowl Tweet

Neil Patrick Harris
All the lights are out!! It’s pandemonium!! Thank god we have our Beyonce finger lights!

Aziz Ansari
WHOA WHOA WHOA. Is this power outage a Fast 6 tie in?? IS THE ROCK ABOUT TO FLY A HELICOPTER THROUGH A TANK?!!

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Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco was shown dropping an f-bomb - excitedly - on live TV during the Ravens' celebration after their 34-31 win over the 49ers.

He did nothing wrong; Flacco's a grown man celebrating the biggest win of his life, unaware his quotes would be broadcast nationally. Blame CBS, not Joe.

It's just funny:

The reason CBS leaves mics and cameras running is that it may provide the most compelling moments from the Super Bowl champions to their audience.

Of course, they can't control what those moments will be, and sometimes, things will hit the air that they may wish hadn't. But congratulations, Joe!

In other Super Bowl XLVII video news:

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We're just three hours away from Super Bowl 2013 (or Super Bowl XLVII to be more accurate), and the NFL title game does not lack for storylines.

A replacement quarterback who became a star. A sibling rivalry among coaches. The grandest of exits for one of the NFL's greatest players.

Oh, and even a little deer-antler spray for good measure.

49ers vs. Ravens

There's also a chance for history. A win over Ray Lewis and Baltimore Ravens gives the San Francisco 49ers six titles, tying Pittsburgh's record.

Unlike the Steelers, the Niners have never lost the Super Bowl. Neither have the Ravens, who won their only previous appearance 12 years ago.

San Francisco hasn't won since 1995, when star QB Colin Kaepernick was seven years old. Can he write a new chapter for the franchise tonight?

The 49ers are four-point favorites, but that means little to the Ravens, who made it here by shocking Denver and New England on the road.

You tell us: Who will win Super Bowl XLVII?

 

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