In this week’s edition of “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” the answer is: respond to an excited teenage girl fan running and jumping at him by attempting to catch her, with the end result being both Lochte and the fan tumbling to the ground and the Olympic gold medalist tearing his MCL and spraining his ACL in the process. To Ryan’s credit, the fan was uninjured in the incident. Keep reading for the full statement from Lochte’s rep and to watch ESPN’s Mike & Mike debate which injury is more embarassing, Ryan Lochte’s excited fanjury or Brandt Snedeker getting hurt getting off of a Segway. Jeah!
This is probably for the best: Now that What Would Ryan Lochte Do? has been canceled, the Olympic swimmer can go back to doing what he does best… And we don’t have to pretend the show is amusing. TVLine reported E! pulled the plug on WWRLD? after one season because of low ratings: The show […]
Olympic swimmer and E! Reality star Ryan Lochte, who was nominated as “America’s Sexiest Douchebag” by Jezebel last year, just wants to settle down with the “one.” Why can’t he find her?
Olympian turned hopeful reality star Ryan Lochte is on the promotional trail for his show, What Would Ryan Lochte Do?, set to premiere Sunday on E!. While we all might have to wait until the weekend to find out what the JEAH man would do, what became painfully and hilariously obvious during an appearance on Good Day Philly is that one of the things he shouldn’t do is interviews! Check out a highlight clip of the lowlights as well as the entire interview as one of the anchors is left to wonder, “Seriously, how are they gonna get enough material?”
Ryan Lochte has been in talks to star in his own reality show since August, and today, it was officially announced that he will star in the upcoming E! show What Would Ryan Lochte Do? E! president Suzanne Kolb confirmed the swimmer’s big news earlier today.
It’s been brought to my attention that we’ve been severely lacking in our Speedo Bliss and cute animal posts so I figured I’d knock both of those demands out with the help of Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte. JEAH! Take a gander at some serious posing from Ryan and then caption the photo from the perspective of his Doberman Carter.
Usually it takes a little creativity to manufacture an internet meme but Olympic gold medal swimmer Ryan Lochte is his own walking, talking meme to be. Dude can swim, and he also looks pretty darn amazing in speedos causing daydreams of a different kind of breaststroke. Alas, he apparently has the personality of that frat-boy mistake all women, and some men, regret later in life. The latest proof of Lochte’s “Lochteness” is his attempt to trademark his own catchphrase. Find out the one word phrase basically stolen from Young Jeezy that he wants to cash in on including two great meme pics and a video of Lochte explaining how he, like, came up with, like, the word.