Alex Boylan, winner of season two of CBS's "The Amazing Race," will be aboard the CBS Buzz Tour bus when it stops in Pittsburgh today from 4-7 p.m. on Federal Street next to PNC Park. The Buzz Tour bus is promoting CBS's new and returning fall shows and will offer visitors promotional item giveaways, a photo booth photo opportunity and the chance to meet some KDKA-TV news personalities.
From London to late night!
After captivating the nation during the Olympics, gold medalist Gabby Douglas appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" Monday.
Douglas -- who told Leno she "definitely" plans to compete in the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro -- carried her two gold medals on stage, giving one to Leno and one to fellow guest, Michelle Obama.
Douglas made history when she won the all-around gymnastics competition at the Olympics, making the young athlete the first African-American woman to do so. She also won gold in the team final alongside fellow Team USA gymnasts Jordyn Wieber, McKayla Maroney, Alexandra Raisman and Kyla Ross.
With the London Games finished, Douglas admitted she celebrated her victories by indulging in fast food.
"You're setting me back, Gabby," Obama, who is a health advocate, teased.
"Sorry!" Douglas replied.
Leno later asked the gymnast if winning gold at the Olympics was everything she had dreamed.
"I think it's very different and when I mean 'different,' it's in a better way. I mean, I never thought I would be doing the show with the first lady, or even you, Jay," she said.
Robert Pattinson stepped out for the cameras for the first time since the Kristen Stewart cheating scandal, appearing Monday in New York for "The Daily Show," People reports.
Host Jon Stewart offered the actor some Ben & Jerry's ice cream to help cheer him up, joking they were "just a couple of gals" chatting about a breakup.
A tense-appearing Pattinson begged off any talk of his recent problems.
"My biggest problem is that I don't have a publicist," he said. "I'm going to have to hire a publicist."
But when Stewart noted that for young people going through a breakup sometimes feels like the end of the world, Pattinson answered, "It is."
The audience then went "Awwwwwww."
After the "Daily Show" taping, a much more relaxed Pattinson hit the red carpet at the Museum of Modern Art for his new movie "Cosmopolis," which opens Friday.
Until now, the "Twilight" heartthrob, 26, had been holed up in Reese Witherspoon's Ojai, Calif., estate, emerging only to unwind with pals at a local bar.
Pattinson has been described as devastated by the admission by Stewart that she cheated on him with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders.
Ryan Lochte, Olympic gold medalist and Internet sensation, is set to make his acting debut with a guest-starring role on the CW's "90210," CBS Television Studios confirms. Looks like that move to L.A. is already paying off!
So who is the swimmer playing? Himself!
Yes, Lochte will cross paths with recently reunited couple Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) and Max (Josh Zuckerman) at a resort, where they are attempting to strengthen their relationship. Maybe Lochte could offer up some pointers?
Lochte's episode is set to air Oct. 29, while the show's fifth season premieres Oct. 8.
The 28-year-old recently expressed his interest in TV ... reality TV, that is. "I'm definitely looking toward 'Dancing With the Stars' and 'The Bachelor,' so we'll see what happens," Lochte said during his appearance on "Today."
Evelyn Lozada is getting a divorce. She is ending her 41-day-old marriage to Chad Johnson after the football star was arrested for allegedly head-butting her over the weekend.
A rep for the VH1 reality star confirmed reports that Lozada filed for divorce on Tuesday.
"Given the recent events that have taken place, Evelyn has decided to file for divorce and move on with her life," Lozada's lawyer, Michael B. Gilden, told the TV show "The Insider" in a statement.
Johnson's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, declined to comment.
The marriage imploded on Saturday after an argument between the two ended with Lozada being treated at a hospital for lacerations to her head.
According to Davie, Fla., police, Lozada found a receipt for condoms and confronted Johnson about it at dinner. The argument continued during their drive home, and when they arrived at their driveway, he allegedly head-butted her.
In a 911 call released by authorities, a neighbor told police that there was an incident involving a "high-profile person" and is heard telling Lozada to wipe the blood from her head. Lozada is heard saying that Johnson head-butted her, and the caller says Lozada will probably need stitches.
However, Johnson told police she head-butted him.
The U.S. economy is about to get the Bob Woodward treatment.
The next book by the award-winning investigative reporter and best-selling author will document how President Barack Obama and congressional leaders responded to the economic crisis and where we stand now, The Associated Press reports.
Publisher Simon & Schuster announced Tuesday the book will be called "The Price of Politics" and will come out Sept. 11.
Woodward isn't the first writer to take on Obama and the economy. But his publisher promises a definitive story, including "hour-by-hour accounts" and interviews with Obama and other top officials.
On Sept. 10, ABC's Diane Sawyer will have the first interview with Woodward, to be aired on "World News." Woodward will sit with George Stephanopoulos on publication day for a live interview on "Good Morning America."
Sylvester Stallone says he is coping with his son's death the best way he knows how: by moving on with his life, People reports.
Stallone, appearing on Tuesday's "Good Morning America" to promote his new movie "The Expendables 2," opened up about his son Sage's death for the first time since the 36-year-old's body was found in Los Angeles last month.
"It's very, very tough," said Stallone. "It's a horrible situation, but time hopefully will heal, and you try to get through it, but it's just something that's a reality of life."
Stallone, who stars in the new action movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Jason Statham, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Norris and Liam Hemsworth, says he plans to avoid sinking into a depression by continuing to work.
"It's important to get back and try to start reliving your life, otherwise you can go into a spiral," he said.
The cause of Sage Stallone's death still remains unclear, as the coroner finishes toxicology tests.