Lake Bell married artist Scott Campbell in New Orleans on Saturday, and a ton of her celebrity friends were in attendance. Jennifer Aniston was decked out in a short, summery dress alongside her own fiancé, Justin Theroux. Justin, who is good friends with Scott, appeared to be part of the wedding party and, at one point, was in charge of tending to the couple's dogs. Lance Armstrong is close with Scott as well and tweeted his excitement about the nuptials before heading to the big event. Cameron Diaz looked like she had some official duties to help out her friend and What Happens in Vegas costar Lake. Kate Bosworth, who also worked with Lake in Black Rock, had her man, Michael Polish, as her date. Who else was in attendance? Marc Jacobs, Eva Longoria, Josh Hartnett, and Alicia Silverstone, to name a few.
Lake wore a custom Marchesa Couture gown, and Scott was in Marc Jacobs. Lake and Scott met on the set of How to Make It in America in 2011 and got engaged in 2012. Click through to see all the stars at Lake and Scott's wedding — congrats to the happy couple!
A former teammate, Christian Vande Velde, had accused Armstrong of threatening to fire him if he didn't start doping. Armstrong says that he never gave a direct order, but others may have felt pressured to follow Armstrong's example since the cancer survivor was the team lead. Dealing with bullies is an experience that many go through, and it can be very emotionally taxing. And the bullying doesn't always stop at your adolescent years; you might have to face it in your adult life at work. Here's how to deal with a bully in the office:
Lance Armstrong sat down for a candid interview with Oprah Winfrey, during which no question was off limits. Lance finally admitted to doping, answering "yes" to a series of questions about his use of performance-enhancing drugs over the years. Speculation on the issue was high last year after Nike dropped Lance and he was later stripped of his Tour de France titles. Until now, Lance has denied all reports of doping, so we want to know — are you surprised that Lance finally admitted his guilt?
Lance Armstrong confessed to doping in an interview with Oprah Winfrey. Their chat took place yesterday at a hotel in Austin, TX, and today, images from their conversation were released. The two apparently talked for over two hours, and Oprah has said that Lance was "forthcoming" about the drug use that propelled him to a record seven Tour de France victories. He has since been stripped of the titles, and apparently is making a public apology in order to move on with his professional athletic career. He specifically is interested in competing in triathlons.
Oprah was on CBS This Morning to talk about her questioning Lance, and said that he "did not come clean in the manner that I expected." What she means exactly will be evident when the interview airs for two evenings on the OWN network's Oprah’s Next Chapter. The program will be broadcast on Jan. 17 and Jan. 18 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Lance Armstrong has been surrounded by controversy for years over suspicion that he used performance-enhancing drugs to aid his cycling career. Lance has repeatedly denied the accusations even as he chose to stop fighting the charges brought upon him by the United States Anti-Doping Agency and forfeited his seven Tour de France titles in August. Today, Lance revealed that he would be stepping down as chairman of his Livestrong organization just as news that his longtime sponsor, Nike, released him from his contract. Read Nike's statement and tell us — are you surprised by the company's stance?
"Due to the seemingly insurmountable evidence that Lance Armstrong participated in doping and misled Nike for more than a decade, it is with great sadness that we have terminated our contract with him. Nike does not condone the use of illegal performance enhancing drugs in any manner. Nike plans to continue support of the Livestrong initiatives created to unite, inspire and empower people affected by cancer."