Apolo Anton Ohno
Apolo Ohno is ready for the Winter Olympics! The speed skating icon dishes on anthem protests, his fave events and why Michelle Kwan would be ‘great’ for ‘DWTS.’
Karina went way out of her comfort zone in her hip hop dance on the Oct. 15 competition and a slippery dance floor made her take a tumble! Watch the video below!
Even with a disqualification, Apolo had a heck of a night!
US speedskater Apolo Anton Ohno, 27, already set the world record for most Olympic medals won by a US athlete in the winter games, but he took that record even further Feb. 26 by winning one more! Apolo took home the bronze medal in the men’s 5,000-meter relay race, bringing his incredible Olympic medal total to eight. But his Olympic journey wasn’t without some misfortune. Earlier in the evening, Apolo was disqualified from the 500-meter men’s speedskating final competition for allegedly touching the hip of Canadian skater Francois-Louis Tremblay and knocking him into the wall during an intense turn. Read more
With the help of top Olympians, popular reality stars and one controversial politician, Jay Leno plans on bringing in big ratings with his Tonight Show comeback!
Jay Leno is pulling out all the stops and inviting the biggest and baddest guests from across all different walks of life to the first week of his massive Tonight Show comeback March 1-5. With Lindsey Vonn, Sarah Palin, and the cast of Jersey Shore all scheduled to appear, it’s clear Jay is determined to beat out his rival, David Letterman. Check out what may be the most diverse and exciting guest lineup we’ve ever seen…
If this is Apolo’s final Olympic year, as he has reportedly hinted to the press, he’ll be going out on top — literally!
US Speedskater Apolo Anton Ohno, 27, won more than just a bronze medal at last night’s men’s short-track 1,000 meter race in Vancouver. His seventh medal also earned him a place in Olympics history, as he has now earned more medals at the winter games than any other US athlete! “It means a lot to me,” Apolo tells USA Today. “Especially in a sport like this, there’s not many athletes that come to back-to-back Olympic games and medal — very, very few. For me to be able to do it in three games, I’m very happy, I’m very blessed.” Read more
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