Gabby Douglas' story is an inspiring one. It's made even more inspirational by what the 16-year-old gold medal gymnast had to go through to get to this point. Douglas is profiled in the October issue of Vanity Fair and more claims and allegations in regards to her former gym have surfaced. Most notably in the piece is Douglas' claims that a staff member at the gym --...
The gym in Virginia where Gabby Douglas used to train responded to her bullying claims.
U.S. Olympic gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas received a makeover after she was criticized for her hairstyle during the London Games.
Celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson gave her the new do.
Douglas tweeted the photos, saying: “A special thank you to my Gold Medal Celebrity Hair Stylist.”
Gibson tweeted, "It's 3 a.m., just left Ted Gibson NYC. Love you Gabrielle Douglas...
You know it must have been a slow news day, when FOX News targeted gold medal winning gymnast Gabby Douglas for her "un-patriotic" uniforms.
FOX News reporter Alisyn Camerota took issue with it when she said that the "famous flag-style outfits" of past Olympics have been replaced by "yellow shirts, grey track suits and pink leotards"
Unfortunately, Gabby Douglas, this is the other side of fame.
For the first time since capping her team gold medal with an all-around gold of her own, Douglas emerged Monday into a whole new world: One reshaped by fame, burdened by its exhausting relentlessness and capped with the first glimpse of how celebrity inevitably melds the personal with the public.
Tired and worn down...
Women's gymnastics all-around champion Gabby Douglas likes her hairstyle just fine, thanks.
The 16-year-old said Sunday she was a little confused when she logged onto her computer after winning her second gold medal in three days and discovered people were debating her pulled-back look.
''I don't know where this is coming from. What's wrong with my hair?'...
Via AP on Fox
August 05, 2012
Gabby Douglas went from being a relatively unknown gymnast to being one of the most recognizable female athletes in the country in a matter of months. The 16-year-old became the first woman to win gold in the individual all-around and team competition in the same Olympics, and she’s already picking up endorsement deals.
Kellogg’s announced that they would be putting the gold...
RISE AND SHINE
The endorsement deals are already rolling in for women's all-around gymnastics gold medalist Gabby Douglas. The first is a cereal box.
What would you say if I told you that the best female gymnast in the world nearly quit the sport a few months ago? It would be hard to believe, right? But that’s actually what happened with Gabby Douglas.
Douglas, who won the gold medal in the women’s all-around gymnastics competition at the Olympics on Thursday, had some struggles before making the Olympic team.
Gabrielle Douglas is the 2012 Women’s All-Around Gymnastics gold medalist, becoming the first African-American woman to win all-around gold, and the first American woman to win gold in both team and individual competition.
Gabby lead all competitors with a score of 62.232.
Teammate Aly Raisman, missed out on taking home the bronze medal after a tie-break favored...