Today in the world of celebrity news: The prince of pop posted a risque illustration yesterday, Rachael Ray's show may be getting sued, and good god another sex tape.
What was already a years-long rivalry between two great players has now transformed into a full-fledged war of words with racial undertones fueling the No. 1 ranked golfer in the world heading into golf's major summer tournaments. Here's how Garcia's apology tour is going, and how Tiger Woods is reacting.
The 32-two-year-old Australian high-five expert awoke a nation of napping Americans early Sunday evening — and enlived an entire continent Down Under, where it was Monday morning — with a miracle 20-foot putt at the Masters and a double-overtime win worthy of a wild sports weekend in the South.
Controversy has erupted at one of the most prestigious tournaments in professional golf. Tiger Woods, in the midst of his glorious comeback, has been accused of cheating and receiving special treatment by Masters officials.
The sponsor pushed out its latest Tiger Woods comeback ad last night on Facebook, where it's been shared more than 8,000 times, with messages of support and messages of disgust and general argument because, well, Nike's message is simple — and brazen.
Here's the most absurd parts about the couple's official confirmation of what the tabloids have been reporting for weeks: The awkward staged photos on their Facebook pages prominently feature mega-sponsorship deals.
A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.
The White House Press Pool made a stink on Sunday after they were refused access to President Obama's golf game with Tiger Woods in Florida.
Today in Sports: Will they or won't they have a track and field run off?; Michael Phelps dials it back a notch, and Tiger Woods is on a roll.
John Mayer just can't shake the Jennifer Aniston-era of his life, so he wrote her an inoffensive pop song to show he cared., Tiger Woods is acting like the same old Tiger in Las Vegas, and Maggie Gyllenhaal gives birth to a hopefully non shift-shirking individual
Also in sports: Good news on the Joba Chamberlain ankle injury front.
Also: more details from swing coach Hank Haney's upcoming Tiger Woods tell-all
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Also: the Downton Abbey set almost became Andrew Lloyd Webber's junk drawer for priceless art, Elin Nordegren is tearing down a $12 million house and building an exact replica in its place, and some moms are considering a lawsuit for the inconvenience Blue Ivy's birth put them through.
Today in books: Penguin signs its first writer off their "electronic slush pile" Bookcountry.com, nine Chinese authors are suing Apple for copyright infringement, and Tiger Woods' former swing coach has written a non tell-all book about the golfer.
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