Lindsey Vonn Lands a Bit Role on Law & Order

Lindsey Vonn

Dreams keep coming true for Lindsey Vonn: After winning two medals at the Vancouver Winter Olympics, the alpine skier has landed a role on her favorite TV show,  Law & Order.

Olympic Moment: With screams and tears, Vonn wins downhill

Vonn, who's been described as obsessed with the NBC procedural, received the good news during an interview with Bob Costas on Saturday night. After looking back at her Olympics performance... read more

Glass Roof Breaks at Event Attended by Jersey Shore Cast Members

Jersey Shore's Snooki and Vinny

The Good Wife's Chris Noth and Jersey Shore cast members Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Vinny Guadagnino  were attending a party in New York when a glass roof shattered, injuring 10 people.

Fire officials told The Associated Press that ice broke through the glass atrium at the Sony Building, and ice and glass fell into the lobby Saturday night. No one was seriously hurt... read more

Bachelor Poll Results: Jake Should Choose Ali!

The Bachelor - Ali Fedotowsky

Ali isn't the only person wishing she'd been able to return to The Bachelor. Forty-six percent of more than 9,700 voters in a TVGuide.com online poll are hoping that Jake chooses the 25-year-old in the finale — even though she's no longer in the running to receive the final rose.

Bachelor's Ali "heartbroken" Jake didn't take her back but understands his decision

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Chynna Phillips Checks Out of Rehab

Chynna Phillips

Chynna Phillips has returned home after a stint in rehab for anxiety, according to People.

Chynna Phillips checks into rehab for anxiety

"After successfully completing her inpatient treatment for anxiety, Chynna Phillips has happily returned home to celebrate her daughter's 10th birthday with her family and friends" Phillips' rep told the magazine. "She's happy to be home with her family. It was a positive experience for her. She's doing really well. She is in great spirits."

Phillips, who was one-half of the '90s pop group Wilson Phillips, began treatment at an undisclosed facility Feb. 12.

Mackenzie Phillips' family split over star's incest claims

Phillips is the half-sister of Mackenzie Phillips, who last fall claimed to have had an incestuous relationship with their late father... read more

The Bachelor's Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney Get Married

Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney

Despite the rain, Bachelor star Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney were married Saturday, according to People.

The Bachelor's Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney to wed Saturday

About 300 guests — including other Bachelor franchise couples Trista and Ryan Sutter and Jillian Harris and Ed Swiderski — gathered to watch the couple exchange vows in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. The wedding will be televised March 8 as the ABC special... read more

Roger Ebert to Sit Down with Oprah

Roger Ebert, Oprah

Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert will appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show Tuesday, marking Ebert's first TV appearance since he lost the ability to speak.

Ebert, who lost his voice and part of his jawbone in a battle with thyroid cancer, will participate in the interview with the aid of text-to-speech computer technology. Ebert and Winfrey are longtime friends, and even briefly dated in the 1980s, which Ebert has documented on his website.

Ebert was diagnosed ... read more

Hurt Locker Producer Apologizes for Anti-Avatar E-Mails

Hurt Locker, Avatar

A producer of The Hurt Locker has apologized for sending e-mails urging Academy Award voters to cast a ballot for his film rather than "a $500 million film" — meaning the other leading best-picture contender, Avatar.

The e-mails sent by Nicolas Chartier, one of the four producers nominated for best-picture nominee The Hurt Locker, violated the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences rule against sending mailings that "attempt to promote any film or achievement by casting a negative light on a competing film or achievement," academy spokeswoman Leslie Unger told The Associated Press. The academy is considering taking action against Chartier... read more

Olympic Moment: "Night Train" Cruises to First Gold for U.S. Four-Man Bobsled Since 1948

The U.S. Four-man Bobsled Team

It was a golden and historic ride on the Night Train.

World champion Steve Holcomb piloted his four-man bobsled, called Night Train, to a first-place finish Saturday at the Winter Olympics, winning the United States' first gold in the event in 62 years.

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Four-time defending champion Germany, piloted by four-time Olympic gold medalist Andre Lange, won the silver, and Canada earned the bronze. Lange had never lost an Olympic bobsled race... read more

Gatorade Drops Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

Gatorade has dropped Tiger Woods as a spokesman, according to The New York Times.

Tiger Woods: "I felt I was entitled"

The sports drink company made the announcement Friday, one week after Woods offered a public apology for extramarital affairs and said he was uncertain when he would return to golfing.

"We no longer see a role for Tiger in our marketing efforts and have ended our relationship," Gatorade said in a statement. "However, our partnership with the Tiger Woods Foundation will continue. We wish him all the best."

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Ready for the U.S.-Canada Hockey Final? Who Will Take the Gold?

United States Olympic Hockey Team

The U.S. men's hockey team will face Canada again on Sunday -- only this time it's for the gold.

The game, which NBC will broadcast live Sunday at 3:15 p.m. Eastern/12:15 p.m. Pacific, takes place 50 years after the U.S. won the gold at the Squaw Valley Winter Olympics over — you guessed it — Canada, and 30 years after... read more

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