'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Olympic champion swimmer Ryan Lochte is diving into the world of reality television with a six-episode series debuting in April.
Michael Phelps has added another triumph to his list of accomplishments: The Associated Press male athlete of the year.
With his camera-ready good looks, quirky catchphrases and funky fashion choices, swimmer Ryan Lochte parlayed the five medals he won at the 2012 Olympic Games into a burgeoning media career.
Seven-time nominee Louis C.K. and Ricky Gervais, creator of "The Office," are among the stars who will be handing out Emmys on this year's prime-time awards show.
The London games may be over, but Britain's Prince Harry isn't letting Team USA get away with the swimming gold that easily.
Can't you just hear President Obama's speech to the U.S. Olympic athletes when they visit the White House? He'll point to their gold medals and say, "You didn't win that. Government did it for you. We built the Olympic training center the roads that lead to it we provide the coaches and team doctors. Since we won the medals for you, please place them in the communal pot behind the stage.
Phillip Phillips says he wasn't that excited about performing his debut single, "Home," when he won "American Idol" this year. That's because he didn't have any creative control over the tune.
It's time for Round 2 of Michael Phelps vs. Ryan Lochte. Their first showdown of the London Olympics went to Lochte in a runaway on the opening night of the swimming competition. This one figures to be a lot closer.
Michael Phelps spent the day thinking about all the things he's doing for the final time at the pool. It turns out that included one last win over Ryan Lochte.
Tyler Clary of the United States passed defending champion Ryan Lochte on the last lap and set an Olympic record to win the 200-meter backstroke at the London Games on Thursday.
Nathan Adrian took out the Missile by a fingertip.
Michael Phelps swam into history with his 19th Olympic medal, and this one was a more appropriate color.
Ryan Lochte grabbed at the edge of the pool, head down, staring at the water. Michael Phelps glared at the scoreboard, trying to digest the first silver medal of his Olympic career.
Michael Phelps almost failed to qualify Saturday for the final in the first of his seven events and Olympic champion Park Tae-hwan was disqualified in a stunning opening session of the London Olympics swimming program.
Ryan Lochte strolled the deck of the Olympic Aquatics Centre wearing diamonds in his mouth and lime-green sneakers on the feet that powered him through the water faster than anyone else. Beaming, he chomped playfully on his gold medal while Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the USA" blared throughout the massive arena.
Lochte said he was "honored" to lend his famous face to the cause because "water is practically part of my life."
"I was working with Alec Baldwin, who's a tremendous actor, and he helped me out," Lochte said.