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Under the heading 'Too Much Sex Can Be a Bad Thing', the golfer's photo will be put on billboards in two weeks.
Due to the paparazzi invasion following his infidelity news, Tiger Woods has delivered his sorry to parents of kids who go to the same school as his daughter for inconvenience they got.
During a 15-minute press conference, the professional golfer says that he's sorry for his 'irresponsible and selfish behavior' and demands media to leave his wife and kids alone.
The golfer who has repeatedly been hit with affair reports will open up about his past and future in a gathering for close knits.
Claiming she was knocked up twice during her affair with the golfer, Joslyn James faces opposition from her stepmother who calls her a 'compulsive liar'.
Without her wedding ring and her husband, the former model enjoyed a quality time with her female friends in Orlando.
As her first gig on Extra TV, Rachel Uchitel gets to interview Jake Pavelka on what his view about Vienna and which girl his parents favor in.
Rachel Uchitel would be a correspondent of 'Extra' TV while Jamiee Grubbs joined a series which recounts her three-year affair with the golfer.
However, a new mistress claiming she has flirtatious text messages from the golfer as proof, has come clean about their year-long affair.
Plus, what happened between the couple on the night of Thanksgiving that led to his car crash accident is revealed.
Russell Simmons reveals Tiger Woods donates 3 million dollars to support Wyclef Jean's Yele foundation to create a mobile hospital for Haitian earthquake victims.
The U.S. leader refuses to give a personal opinion regarding the sensitive issue but believes that the golfer will be able to pull it off.
Tiger Woods' mistress Jamie Jungers has teamed up with Gordon Ramsay's mistress for TV project which is aimed to assist women who are also in bad relationship with married men.
Playboy model Loredana Jolie confirms through her rep that she would like to publish a tell-all book which part of the proceeds will be put into good use.
Vivid Entertainment, which was approached with the talked-about video, is still trying to identify the man in the tape.