Social Climber: Lolo Jones Olympics Controversy, Carmelo Anthony Reaches Career-High
Jan. 25, 2014
By ABC NEWS
Lolo Jones Stirs Up Olympic Controversy, Again
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Was she picked for her muscles or Twitter followers?
Lolo Jones is again drawing controversy after she was picked for the U.S. bobsled team to compete in the Sochi Olympics.
A few other bobsledders were less than enthused with the decision.
"I should have been working harder on gaining Twitter followers than gaining muscle mass," Emily Azevedo told USA Today.
Team officials have defended their decision. Jones has remained mum on the subject as she prepares to launch herself down an icy slide at over 60 miles per hour.
'Mork & Mindy' to Reunite on Television
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I guess it's never too late.
After more than 30 years, "Mork & Mindy" co-stars Robin Williams and Pam Dawber will be together on TV again.
The classic 1970's sitcom pair will reunite on Williams' new show "The Crazy Ones." Williams shared an Instagram photo of the pair from there former television heyday with the caption "She's baaaaack!"
No word on if Mork's signature suspenders will also make an appearance.
'Boy Meets World' Sequel Already a Success Before It Airs
Hooray for more Mr. Feeney.
The anticipated sequel to beloved 90's sitcom "Boy Meets World" is a success before it even hit airwaves.
The new show, "Girl Meets World," has already been picked up for eight more episodes before its first season even airs later this year.
Danielle Fishel, who plays now mom Topanga, tweeted "Can't wait for everyone to see them all."
Bill Gates Loses to Chess Champ in Less than 2 Minutes
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Even billionaires are just like us.
Bill Gates may be incredibly smart but against a chess master, he's still a regular guy.
While appearing on a Norwegian-Swedish television talk show, Gates took on newest and (one of the youngest) chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen.
Gates put up a valiant fight but lost the match in just 71 seconds.
Carmelo Anthony Breaks Record
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This might finally give Knicks fans something to cheer about.