We doubt it, but somehow we bet that this interview ends up with big ratings, anyway. But since Armstrong was officially banned from all Olympic sports, he’s been remarkably quiet. During this period he’s lost all his sponsors and had his name stripped from the cancer-fighting foundation that he founded, but all the while he’s remained silent to the media.
Well, Armstrong is headed for Oprah Winfrey and the OWN network, and we just can’t help but hope she gives him the James Frey treatment. According to a press release from the network, Armstrong will appear on Oprah’s Next Chapter‘s Jan. 17 episode at 9 p.m., and promises that the former seven-time Tour de France champion will address the since-upheld allegations against him.
Recently it was reported that Armstrong was considering finally coming clean and admitting to the use of various performance-enhancing drugs throughout his cycling career. However, the plan was to use this as a bargaining chip to get his competition eligibility back for all sports overseen by the United States Anti-Doping Agency.
Joel Hanrahan visits Fenway for the first time as a Red Sox player.
— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) January 8, 2013
“I obviously have had too much of both.”
–Andy Reid on whether he prefers cheese steaks or barbecue
Overrated movie in general, but this is true.
Watching Lance Armstrong give Vince Vaughn a pep talk in Dodgeball about integrity might be the funniest moment in the movie.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) January 9, 2013
This is Kenyan runner Edwin Kipsang Rotich being tackled by a man with a history of mental issues during a 10-kilometer race in Brazil. For the record, he went on to win.