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Lance Armstrong (Ben Foster) was an incredible cycling champion before a doping scandal made him stripped off his title.
The 'How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days' actress opens up about scandals involving her former boyfriends in a new magazine interview, saying, 'I was as shocked as anyone.'
The 'Little Fockers' star will join the biopic production when it moves to the U.S., and the 'Bates Motel' actress is expected to shoot the scary movie later this month.
The film from Working Title is the third to depict the former road racing cyclist after Warner Bros. and Paramount Pictures also set their own versions.
The cycling champion will participate in The Des Moines Register's Great Bicycle Ride across Iowa in July.
The disgraced cyclist is banned from competing in the swimming event this coming weekend and all future U.S. Masters Swimming events.
The Maybach Music artist releases the music video for his track from the album of the same name.
The California-originated rock band made their first top ten entry on Billboard's Hot 200 with 'Wretched and Divine' and continues promoting the album with a series of concerts.
The 'Silver Linings Playbook' star clarifies recent rumor that he'd love to play the disgraced cyclist in the J.J. Abrams-produced film, stating that the report is 'so nuts!'
A rep for Armstrong says the former professional cyclist 'has been offered the show each and every year since its inception.'
'I've only seen [Oprah] nervous twice - Michael Jackson, back in the day that was live, and with Lance Armstrong,' Gayle says of what she saw in Oprah Winfrey before the much-talked-about interview.
The likes of Serena Williams, Lena Dunham, Rashida Jones and Rita Wilson give mixed responses to the cyclist's intense 'Oprah's Next chapter' interview.
The interview, in which the cyclist will reportedly admit his alleged doping scandal, is expanded to two-night event on OWN.
The famous bike racing athlete must face the reality that he is stripped of his Tour de France titles and also banned from cycling for his entire life.
Armstrong quits his position as Livestrong foundation's chairman and loses Nike as his sponsor after the United States Anti-Doping Agency reveals evidence in a doping consumption case against him.