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Olympic weightlifter Zoe Smith responds to hateful Internet bullies who blasted her as a “lesbian” who “looks like a bloke.” C’mon, really?
We think we were gymnasts in a past life.
The certifiably insane and undeniably hilarious Absolutely Fabulous stars Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley carry the Olympic torch and partake of some prohibited behaviors whilst wearing the Olympic torch garb.
Kim Kardashian took to Instagram last night to post several photos of hers and Kanye West’s gold bangles. You know, just in case you were unclear on how rich they are.
MObama hasn’t wasted any time at the London Olympics, always looking simultaneously chic and approachable whilst displaying her love for mixing patterns and incorporating bright colors.
We present, in no particular order, our list of best and worst dressed athletes from the Olympic opening ceremony. Here’s a preview: Great Britain did not make the best-dressed list. Eek.
We’ll readily admit we have Olympics fever, but did you catch the opening ceremony Friday night? More importantly, did you catch the uniforms? From the Democratic Republic of Congo’s teal pants to Brazil’s neon green and yellow miniskirts, we’ve got every last look in the gallery below. And if you don’t see your favorite, don’t worry — we’re uploading as we go.
Earlier this week, American Apparel CEO Dov Charney slammed Ralph Lauren for outsourcing the U.S. Olympic Team‘s uniforms. The retailer boasted that it could manufacture the uniforms domestically, and in less than a week. Charney also said the company was in talks with the Russian Olympic Team to manufacture uniforms for the 2014 Games in Sochi. But according to new reports, the Russians didn’t approach American Apparel at all.