Tonya Harding

Celebrity

News

Top Moments: Paul Rudd Is the Lip-Sync King, The Americans' Compromising Position

Paul Rudd

Our top moments of the week:

12. Worst Flameout: After weeks of training at the academy, the time finally comes for Dawson to take the final firefighters test on Chicago Fire. Although she starts out strong, helping to untangle another trainee's hose, she trips and injures her ankle. She recovers to finish the test, but a... read more

Nancy Kerrigan Looks Back on "Sad" Tonya Harding Scandal, Defends Herself: I Wasn't Whining

Nancy Kerrigan

Nancy Kerrigan opened up for the first time about the Whack Heard 'Round the World Sunday on NBC's documentary Nancy & Tonya. And befitting someone who has avoided the spotlight the past 20 years, she doesn't waste many words describing the scandal that ushered in the age of salacious celebrity headlines.

It's sad," Kerrigan said. "The bizarre craziness that all transpired — it's all sad."

NBC revisits Nancy Kerrigan-Tonya Harding scandal in "fascinating character study"

Kerrigan was infamously clubbed in the knee at the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in an attack hatched by Tonya Harding's ex-husband Jeff Gillooly and clumsily executed by Shane Stant, who jumped through a Plexi-glass door to flee. Though many people, including Harding's former coach, entertained the possibility that Harding was somehow linked to it, Kerrigan revealed that ...
read more

NBC Revisits Nancy Kerrigan-Tonya Harding Scandal in "Fascinating Character Study"

Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan, Mary Carillo

On Feb. 23, 1994, all eyes were on Lillehammer.

Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding were set to face off in the ladies' figure skating Olympic short skate, just six weeks after Kerrigan was clubbed in the knee at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in an attack orchestrated by Harding's ex-husband Jeff Gillooly. The tape-delayed broadcast drew more than 70 million viewers and a 48.5 household rating — still the seventh highest-rated TV program in history.

The most memorable Winter Olympic moments of all time

Twenty years to the day on Sunday, the two will be back on an Olympic broadcast in NBC's one-hour documentary Nancy & Tonya (7/6c) to discuss the soap opera-like scandal that riveted America — and in Kerrigan's case, for the first time. "Everyone's talked about this except Nancy. Tonya can't stop talking about it! But Nancy wanted to do this. She was ready," Mary Carillo, who produced and narrates the documentary, tells TVGuide.com. "I think 10 [years] might still be too close, but 20 is a long time. Looking back is ...
read more

Nancy Kerrigan to Serve as NBC's Figure Skating Analyst During Sochi Olympics

Nancy Kerrigan

Former figure skating star Nancy Kerrigan will serve as NBC's figure skating analyst during the upcoming Sochi Olympics, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"[I'm] thrilled to... read more

Nancy Kerrigan to Open Up About Tonya Harding in New NBC Documentary

Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan

NBC is developing a documentary about Tonya Harding's notorious attack onNancy Kerrigan at the 1994 Winter Olympics, the network announcedSaturday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.

read more

Tonya Harding Welcomes a Son

Tonya Harding

Tonya Harding has given birth to a baby boy.

The former figure skating champ delivered her son Saturday via Cesarean section in a Washington state hospital, The Oregonian reported.

"Everybody's healthy and happy," her friend, Don Horn, told the paper. "She's always wanted a baby," he said. "She was told she could never...
read more

Tonya Harding Expecting Baby Boy

Tonya Harding

Former figure skating champion Tonya Harding and her husband, Joseph Price, are expecting a son, ABC News reports.

Get more of today's news

The 40-year-old, best known for conspiring an attack on skating nemesis Nancy Kerrigan, said she is "super excited" about her first child.

Harding later took up ... read more

TV's 10 Most Memorable Winter Olympics Moments

Nancy Kerrigan in Lillehammer

Before Michelle Kwan was forced to bid a sad adieu to her gold-medal dreams... before Ted Ligety came from nowhere to win the alpine combined... and before the world had ever heard of a Flying Tomato, these Winter Olympians gave TV-viewers much to talk about and forever remember. 1. Heiden's Fantastic Five — Lake Placid 1980In the speed-skating equivalent of running — and winning — a sprint, a mile, a marathon and nearly everything in between, Eric Heiden achieved what fellow Olympian Dan Jansen calls "the single greatest feat in the history of sports." Hard to disagree. Looking more superhero than mere mortal in his skin-tight uniform, the thunder-thighed skating machine collected five individual gold medals, setting four Olympic records and smashing a world record in his last event, the grueling 10,000-meter race, by more than six seconds. His incredible accomplishment has never been duplicated. read more

TV's 10 Most Memorable Winter Olympics Moments

Nancy Kerrigan in Lillehammer

Before Michelle Kwan was forced to bid a sad adieu to her gold-medal dreams... before Ted Ligety came from nowhere to win the alpine combined... and before the world had ever heard of a Flying Tomato, these Winter Olympians gave TV-viewers much to talk about and forever remember. 1. Heiden's Fantastic Five — Lake Placid 1980In the speed-skating equivalent of running — and winning — a sprint, a mile, a marathon and nearly everything in between, Eric Heiden achieved what fellow Olympian Dan Jansen calls "the single greatest feat in the history of sports." Hard to disagree. Looking more superhero than mere mortal in his skin-tight uniform, the thunder-thighed skating machine collected five individual gold medals, setting four Olympic records and smashing a world record in his last event, the grueling 10,000-meter race, by more than six seconds. His incredible accomplishment has never been duplicated. read more

2006 Winter Olympic Games: Opening...

Shaun White

2006 Winter Olympic Games: Opening CeremonyIt's a little ridiculous how excited I am that this night has arrived! There's something so magical and exciting about the Winter Olympics that I just can't explain. I can't believe it's already been four years since I was tearing up when little Sarah Hughes took the gold in Salt Lake City. But before the madness begins, it's the mother of all events: Opening Ceremony. During this extravagant four-hour affair, we were taken on a journey of passion, fire, ice and endless clichés. Not to mention the obvious push for a time of peace during the one moment when the entire world is united. It all kicked off with NBC's Brian Williams reminding us how "dicey" our world is now and that "sports can do what diplomats and p read more

1 | 2 | Older »

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular