Lance Armstrong is known as a cancer survivor, racing champion, and close friend of actors everywhere. What is not to like about Lance...
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Cancer has, sadly, been in the news an awful lot over the past couple weeks.
First, Angelina Jolie announced that she had her ovaries removed after undergoing a scare that, fortunately, did yield a positive result.
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Earlier this week, Allison Williams defended her embattled father, who has been suspended six months by NBC for lying on air about his experience aboard a helicopter in Iraq many years ago.
The actress referred to Brian Williams as an "honest man," which was a noble and understandable gesture, but come on.
Lance Armstrong Makes Anna Hansen Take Blame For Hit-and-Run
Lance Armstrong was cited by Aspen, Colo., police after a hit-and-run accident in which his girlfriend Anna Hansen initially (and falsely) took the blame.
Telling the truth is not the disgraced cyclist's strong suit.
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This has been the worst PR week in the history of the National Football League.
Star Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has basically admitted to child abuse. Ray Rice knocked out then-fianee Janay Palmer with a punch, shedding light on other domestic violence cases in the NFL and the league's lax policy when it comes to alleged offenders.
Ben Foster to Play Lance Armstrong: A Good Choice?
It hasn't exactly received the same press as the Fifty Shades of Grey casting search, but Hollywood has finally found an actor to portray Lance Armstrong.
Deadline confirms that Ben Foster (3:10 to Yuma, The Messenger, The Mechanic) will play this disgraced cyclist in an unnamed project to be directed by Stephen Frears.
Lance Armstrong: Scapegoated For Being the Best at Doping?
Lance Armstrong says he doped because everyone else did, winning was impossible without it, and he's only scrutinized because he was the best at it.