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Runner Suzy Favor Hamilton on Why She Fell on Purpose at the 2000 Olympics: 'I Felt Like That Would Be the Easy Way Out'
Originally posted 08/17/2016 04:35PM
Three-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton shocked the world when she fell 100 meters short of the finish line at the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
Originally posted 04/13/2016 01:00PM
In 1990, Madonna launched her Blond Ambition World Tour. As over-the-top sexual as it was groundbreaking, the modern-pop spectacle was one of the most controversial concert events in music history. And it changed her life – and the lives of her seven backup dancers.
Originally posted 03/03/2016 03:15PM
"[Andi] sent me home, the next morning the producer's like, 'So, what do you think about being The Bachelor?' " the 34-year-old farmer says in an exclusive sneak peek at Saturday's Oprah: Where Are They Now?
And his initial response wasn't to jump for joy. "I'm like, 'No, I just got my heart broken by this girl. I have no interest in dating other people,' " he admits. "But as I was able to kind of process the breakup and feel a little bit better about life, I had some time to consider it."
Originally posted 03/15/2012 12:30PM
He's been a perfect stranger ever since he left Hollywood a decade ago. But Bronson Pinchot couldn't be happier in his new life as a home-restoration specialist in rural Harford, Pa.
"I was in New York City and I was doing a Broadway show, and I was on a computer and I happened to see country houses with land around them that were the cost of half a New York City studio apartment," the former Perfect Strangers actor, 52, tells ABC's Good Morning America.
"I just got it into my head that I had to have one, and then I got another one and another one."
Originally posted 03/27/2009 09:20AM
Eight apparently wasn't enough for Willie Aames.
The star of Charles in Charge and Eight Is Enough, after filing for bankruptcy last year and whose house is in foreclosure, has been reduced to holding a garage sale at his Olathe, Kan., home to raise some scratch.
Among the items on sale Thursday were antiques, artwork, a piano, leather couches, a TV set, a mounted lion's head and other stuffed wildlife the 48-year-old had hunted, and movie memorabilia. Aames also signed autographs while a film crew recorded the event for a TV documentary about his life, reports the Kansas City Star.
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