Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has had a hard time since he gave Oprah the straight dope (see what we did there?) on his years cheating at the sport. Now Armstrong's buddy Matthew McConaughey is coming to his defense.
Charlie Sheen appeared on the 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' Wednesday night (Jan. 30) to promote his show 'Anger Management' -- and to rant about the one time he met performance enhancing drug-using cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Sheryl Crow has always said she felt bad for ex-fiance Lance Armstrong as stories of his doping swirled and his Tour de France titles were stripped -- but no one ever asked her on the record if she knew what was going on during her two-year relationship with the disgraced cyclist.
But in the wake of Armstrong’s big Oprah interview, new information has come to light that indicates the Grammy Award-
Remember how Lance Armstrong offered his really non-contrite confession about doping, bullying and cheating to Oprah?
Turns out, he didn't confess everything -- and he may have outright lied quite a bit. To Oprah. That's nut(s).
While we were drinking and live-tweeting the first part of his interview on Jan. 17, Lance Armstrong was sharing what he assumed was his deep dark secret with Oprah Winfrey and the world: He used performance-enhancing drugs during his record-setting seven Tour de France wins.
It didn't take long after Lance Armstrong told Oprah those words everyone had been waiting years to hear -- yes, he doped during his illustrious cycling career -- before Twitter lit up with reactions.
When we weren't taking shots or playing bingo, we complied some of the better tweets we saw.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's much-anticipated interview with Oprah Winfrey will finally air on Thursday and Friday night, during which he's expected to admit that performance-enhancing drugs were a big part of his storied career.
In response, humanity has decided to create drinking games inspired by his shameful ways. It's what we as a species do best.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong will finally open up about those allegations of performance-enhancing drug use which saw him stripped of his seven Tour de France titles last year, cost him several lucrative endorsement deals and made him step down as chairman of his Livestrong charitable organization.
And who better to discuss the complete and utter destruction of his life with than Oprah Winfre