Ryan Lochte

Ryan Lochte's Reality Show Unsurprisingly Cancelled After One Season
Ryan Lochte's Reality Show Unsurprisingly Cancelled After One Season
Seems that watching Olympian Ryan Lochte hit on women and misunderstand monikers that describe him weren't enough to draw in audiences and the E! reality show 'What Would Ryan Lochte Do?' -- which no one ever answered, by the way -- has officially been cancelled. Can we get a big loud, "Hell Jeah!"? (We're looking at you sassy news anchor.)
But ... Why?
But ... Why?
Olympian Ryan Lochte is continuing his tour of inanity to promote his reality show (in which he apparently doesn't understand irony or douchebaggery). And last night, David Letterman asked him to explain just why he has a reality show in the first place.
WWRLD
WWRLD
Olympian Ryan Lochte was given his own reality show called 'What Would Ryan Lochte Do?,' prompting many to hilariously wonder what the lost-for-words athlete actually would do. Judging from last night's premiere ... not much. If you plan to catch up on a rerun, prepare yourself for thought-provoking flubs like, "These are my shoes that I design from top to the very soul to the very top to th
Going Swimmingly
Going Swimmingly
Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte and model-turned-actress Carmen Electra were spotted together at Bootsy Bellows in Hollywood on Tuesday night (March 5), where they were allegedly inseparable. We wonder how Simon Cowell and his magical moobs feel about this.
Olympian Ryan Lochte Is Getting His Own Reality Show Because Andy Warhol Was Right
Olympian Ryan Lochte Is Getting His Own Reality Show Because Andy Warhol Was Right
When Andy Warhol said everyone would be famous for 15 minutes, he presciently predicted the rise of reality TV. Case in point: Olympic gold medal winner Ryan Lochte is getting his own weekly hour of television. E! has ordered six episodes of the unscripted show to be called 'What Would Ryan Lochte Do?' No, seriously.