Amy Van Dyken
Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken severed her spinal cord in an all-terrain vehicle crash on Friday in Arizona, The Associated Press reports. The six-time Olympic gold medalist, who goes by her married name Amy Van Dyken Rouen, was air lifted to Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center and had surgery to stabilize her spine.
As of Monday afternoon, Van Dyken Rouen was in good condition, according to hospital spokeswoman Alice Gierdraitis.
Katie Stevens, Rita Volk
MTV has ordered a 10-episode second season of Faking It, the network announced Monday.
Faking It is MTV's highest-rated new series this year, scoring an average of 1.4 million viewers each week. The scripted comedy tells the story of two best friends (Katie Stevens and Rita Volk) who pretend to be gay in order to become popular.
CNET's newest show Tomorrow Daily is launching June 16, and it isn't your average tech series. Hosted by Ashley Esequeda and Rich DeMuro, Tomorrow Daily hopes to capture a more fun side of the technology world.
"I'm very much a proponent of optimism in technology and enthusiasm in technology, and I think that the fanboy scene, whether it's gaming or technology or in other aspects of our lives, can be really cynical," Esqueda says. "There's so much cynicism in the world and for me it's more about appreciating what we have."
Psy and Snoop Dogg
Just what you've always wanted! Psy is back with a new music video featuring Snoop Dogg.
As you might expect with a song titled "Hangover," the video features Psy and Snoop coping with the after-effects of a wild night out, including knocking down shots like dominoes and playing saxophone surrounded by beautiful women.
Neil Patrick Harris
Sunday's Tony Awards were did not disappoint. Though Neil Patrick Harris wasn't hosting this year (that honor went to Hugh Jackman), Harris found a sure-fire way to steal the show: lap dances.
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about the second episode of Orange Is the New Black Season 2. Read at your own risk.]
After his mind-blowing exit from Game of Thrones, Pedro Pascal has landed a leading role in Netflix's Narcos, Deadline reports.