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>> in 1989, it surfaced that he gambled in the world of baseball. he finally confessed to the gambling scandal, but there are proponents who stand on either side of the continued battle to be reinstated in the league and rely on the ballot. >> how do you think the hall of famers today reacted to that? >> you don't want to hear about that situation because i didn't do anything wrong as a player. nothing. the mistake i made was when i was a manager. it had to do with my playing career. all those 2,000 runs and everything else i did, i did as a player. the last time i checked -- and i could be wrong -- the hall of fame is about stats. i know most of the guys in the hall of fame, and there's not a bunch of altar boys up there. if you think since i went to the hall of fame i'm the only boy
closet, you're pissing up a rope. >> pete rose was one of the most accomplished baseball players to ever play the game, and there are a lot of people who want to see him reinstated into base, and in turn, eligible for election into the baseball hall of fame. there is now a new commissioner in baseball, so the debate has bubbled up again, and it will be interesting to see what happens. >> the difference between armstrong and i, he got satisfaction out of making people lose. i got satisfaction out of winning, and it didn't really have anything else to do with other people. >> floyd landis, a winner of the 2006 tour de france. but that title was stripped from him after allegations he used performance-enhancing drugs. he denied the claims until 2010 when he came forward with stories of widespread drug use
himself, and most notably, lance armstrong. though most didn't believe that about lance, he was finally vindicated in 2012. it uncovered one of the most sophisticated doping schemes in history, and lance armstrong lost all seven titles. >> after you won the tour and tested positive, if you had just admitted it right then and there and accepted your two-year ban, to what extent do you believe you could have come back? >> there was no way out to me because it all led to lance. once i tell the story about lance, i'm not getting back into cycling. i hated my life, i hated the way i felt. not to mention i couldn't think of a way to do it and make it look like i wasn't being just bitter and angry and doing it out of spite. all i could think at some point when i finally decided to come clean was, well, at least i paid the price for it. i paid my suspension first. i didn't do it to get out of a deal, i didn't ask the government for anything.
it. >> a lot of people thought landis was a straight-outlier liar. the only thing i wondered was what was going to happen when he told the truth, because it not only implicated armstrong, but a whole slew of cyclists who never did anything to landis. we should be glad he told the truth and it had a positive impact on the sport. so for me personally, it's an honor and a privilege to have this platform, and whether or not we're spending a couple days or a couple hours with the individual, we're being trusted to fairly and accurately tell their story, and that's a responsibility we take seriously. on top of that, we have fun on and off camera. we learn something from every interview, and i'm just so grateful that the figures are willing to sit down with us and
>> are you ready? >> our time with the nominees, bracing for hollywood's biggest night. inside sly's big come back and host chris rock's last-minute jitters. >> it's a hard hole to dig yourself out of. >> plus brie larson. we get secrets from her stylist. >> there is some black in her future. >> also jennifer garner breaks her silence on her crumbling marriage. telling all about ben and the nanny. would she take him back? find out why they are still living on the same property. >> she's like, look, i don't hate him. you don't have to hate him. let's not beat the guy up. >> then -- >> behind the scenes of celine dion's emotional return to the stain after stage after her husband's death. mid song, she stopped.
>> she said, when brad and jen broke up, i was desperate to see that they got back together. you're sucked into it. you're drawn in. but at the same time, you ow nexttencet yo n't m fe becaap opera. >> jen looks somber but still stunningly beautiful in the vatyair photo shoot. >> she had like a come to jesus one morning, and there they pop up, the head heine pops up, and she realizes i can't go down this rabbit hole. ben's like, how can you not care? she said it's the opposite. i care too much. it's too painful. >> but this is one minute jen confesses she laughed at. >> shethe only person ben hasn't been unfaithful to. >> she says i don't hate him. we don't have to beat the guy up. >> she did. she says he's the love of my life.
that? >> besides that, it seems that jen won't be taking ben back. it's heartbreaking as she still calls him the most brilliant person in any room. the most charismatic. when his sun shines on you, you feel it. when his sun shines elsewhere, you feel cold. >> she says i failed at this twice. what did i do? where's my part in this. she knows how hard this is. ben had been through a very public broken engagement and a string of high-profile romances. she was very clear about it. make no mistake, i did not marry the movie star. i married him. and i would run down that beach and marry him again, and i have no regrets about that. next, oscar prep and security. michelle turner was on the oscar red carpet. >> the academy released vi an insgrhe what
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did you see this earlier in the week? chris rock posts this shot dressed as an astronaut. i'm guessing he was wearing it to spoof the martian, because he also wore this one. >> it's amazing how you deduced that? tina fey knows all about hosting. she and amy poehler worked the golden globes three times. and tina told us that oscar takes the perfect man to rule the night. >> what are you looking forward to with chris rock? >> i'm looking forward to the jokes, because chris is like the greatest living standupmedi thin wouldve
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more questions next month. number four, erin andrews lawsuit. the sports reporter is suing the nashville marriott because she claims back in 2008 employees there allegedly gave michael david barrett, a man who was later jailed for stocking andrews, erin's room number, 1051. >> tell them that she was there and then put him in a room next to her, and he's up against the door videotaping my daughter. she's undressed. she didn't know anybody was at th or.this gas a killer, she'd be dead. number three, charlie sheen versus denise richards. tell mom to go eat pork and die. you are both really expletive rude.
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>> after winning both the critics' choice and the golden globes awards, sly is truly able to appreciate what's happening. >> it's emotional. >> i guess. i just didn't expect it. and when you say standing ovation, i just, i love the character. this character keeps staying in my life. >> do you think this will help your kids recognize what a big deal you are? >> oh, my god, it's the first time i've seen my kids cry over something like a movie. you understand that hard work and discipline kind of pays off. this is a great life lesson. >> now the academy has been known to use the best supporting actor award kind of like a lifetime achievement award. if stallone wins at age 69, he'd be one of the oldest winners in oscar history. >> my fixers are crossed. we go inside versace's mansion you can now stay in.
ten bedrooms, 11 baths, 23,000 square feet of mediterranean decadence. >> this is the villa suite. and this was giani versace's -- >> okay. this is the biggest bed i've ever seen in my life. >> and what celebrities have stayed here? >> oh, all sorts. this is where kim kardashian stays. >> the kardashians rented out the entire hotel once. scott having a rowdy moment outside. >> he wasn't actually staying during that particular period of time. >> they hung out. and this is where they all hung out. you see them all thrown across the bed chitchatting and hanging out. >> the suites run from $1,000 to $4200 per night. worth it. intricate mosaics on the floors. gold on the fixtures, in the bed, in the pool.
beauty, so did the biebs. >> i hope justin bieber was clothed. >> partially. >> justin stayed in the venus room at $3,000 per night. >> he kept our room service busy round the clock. >> this is a very sizable bed. >> yes. >> was it just little justin in here by himself? >> well, you know, i don't know exactly who was on the bed. but i know there were quite a lot of people in the room. >> built in 1930, giani built it in 1992 and spent a whopping amount for improvements. >> elton john went for the cheaper room? >> he brought all his a-list pals. and since 1997 and versace's murder, his spirit is still felt on the premises. >> the whole place really is an
quite a lot of people who believe in the supernatural who feel that he literally is still here. >> the spirit of versace? >> they claim they've seen spirits and go into certain rooms and doors open and close and things of that nature. >> and back to bieber, we're told he booked a room after seeing a girlfriend there. he had an entourage of people with him, stayed up late and had spa treatment by the pool. nice, actually. still to come, remember this reality star? she made headlines for marrying a 51-year-old when she was 16 years old. coming up we're with r as she goes uthe knife. d about the bumps on the side of my nose. then our '80s flashback. >> when the fans are screaming, what is it they're saying most? >> get off. first, in the entertainment
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