Alexis DeJoria is one lucky (and fast) girl. She is a professional drag racer driving the NHRA Funny Car on the circuit, head of her own Patrón Tequila drag racing crew, web radio host on RaceTalkRadio.com and wife to Jesse James.
North Carolina State center fielder Brett Williams is a lot more popular today. While playing the New Mexico State Aggies he pulls off an amazing catch that morphs into a somersault. Then, shakes it off with genuine autoswagger.
The Nebraska Men's Gymnastics team recently uploaded their own Harlem Shake video. With this many abs in one place, it should come as no surprise that it's already gone viral - about 200,000 hits in four days.
Given the things that manage to make it onto your average episode of Two And A Half Men, it'[s hard to believe CBS would shy away from anything racy - but apparently, this uncensored version of the spot features a lot more tongue than they were comfortable with. And with that - a warning - there's a LOT of tongue.
Alicia Keys will join the ranks of greats like Whitney Houston, Billy Joel, Diana Ross, Neil Diamond and Mariah Carey this February 3rd when she takes the stage at the Superbowl to sing the National Anthem.
This video clip pretty much says it all. In the first two minutes of Oprah's interview, Lance Armstrong essentially admits that he has not just been living a lie, but nastily, defensively and aggressively hyping his lie for years.
The Penn State scandal may be only a few months old, but that isn’t stopping Hollywood from telling its story on the big screen. But who will be the man chosen to play legendary football coach Joe Paterno? None other than legendary actor Al Pacino.
At one time in his home country of Bosnia, Edin Dzeko didn't have enough food "for three meals a day." Today, he stands as Manchester City's success story, the striker who could: the man with the team's second highest trade.
As we near the airing of Lance Armstrong's sit down interview with Oprah Winfrey, there is much speculation about just how much said, and how apologetic he was. But there's little doubt about his attitude and defensiveness in this video compilation of his vehement denials over the years.
Ryan Lochte is about to make a splash on Reality TV. Forgive the swimming pun, I couldn't resist. I would also accept 'Diving into reality TV,' 'Dipping his feet into reality TV,' or 'hopes to strike ratings Gold on TV.'
This little kid does NOT phone it in. Little Christian Bottger loves 'the dance.' And his dad happens to be the Buccaneers Video Production Manager. So hooking him up with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders was NOT a problem. First the crowd loved him... Now he's a youtube sensation.
Three years ago, on November 25, 2009, The National Enquirer was breaking a story on Tiger Woods. Sure, the mainstream media wouldn't listen (at first) but before long, the world would be talking about the athlete's scandal, and his life would be changed forever. But the thing I remember most was the covers from The New York Post.
A freaky moment at an Iranian Soccer game unfolded right on tape. After an object was thrown onto the field, midfielder Adel Kolahkaj instinctively picked it up and threw it off to the side. Upon hitting the ground again, it exploded.
After the Penn State scandal that rocked college football last year, it’s no surprise that a film based on Joe Posnanski’s biography, "Paterno" is in the works. And now, we are getting word that Al Pacino is getting ready to play the part of the shamed coaching legend.