When Halle Berry rolls onto The Tonight Show, she really ROLLS!
And in a skirt no less!
In what may or may not become a regular feature (PLEEZ say Jennifer Lawrence is going to come on and do this!), Halle and Jimmy Fallon showed off their tumbling skills with a little roll de deux!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see their gymnastic hijinks they like to call This Is How We Roll!
Get this girl to the Olympics!
The other national teams wouldn't stand a chance against Lloimincia Hall, a 21-year-old gymnast for LSU who has some AH-Mazing moves!
Just look at her tumbles, twists and hip-hop dance moves that she used to score a PERFECT 10 at a
Well this is certainly exciting news!!!
After spending some much-need downtime with her family in Los Angeles, Gabby Douglas is returning to Iowa where she'll begin training!
The U.S. gymnast will once again be teaming up with her coach Liang Chow, who helped her win the gold at the 2012 London Olympics, however they're doing their best to keep their
You've seen the Ohio State marching band before, right?
They're that incredible marching band that pulls off the most amazing halftime show performances EVER!
If not, check out some of the coolest marching we've ever seen HERE!
But even when the marching band isn't there (because it's not a football game), Ohio State's halftime shows are still something spectacular!
At a recent show, they had an AH-Mayzing woman perform: the red panda acrobat.
She not only rides a super tall unicycle… she can do crazy tricks with bowls too.
We don't wanna give anything away so just go take a look yourself!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) for one seriously impressive halftime performance!
You might have watched the real positive side of things happen live during the Olympics, but what you DIDN'T see is why we're getting a tv biopic of young gymnast Gabby Douglas!
Lifetime has just greenlighted The Gabby Douglas Story, which will be an original movie starring Imani Hakim and Sydney Mikayla as the two-time Olympic gold medalist! Gabby also has a role, but we're not sure how she fits in, when the other two ladies are playing Gabby during her childhood/teen years respectively!
Gabby started gymnastics at 6 years old, and has been called a real-life prodigy — she's also had to battle bullying and racism. She also had to leave her mother, three siblings and grandmother in Virginia Beach at age 14 and move to Des Moines, Iowa, to train. Obvs it was the right choice!
If you've ever wanted an interesting true story to be a movie — look no further!
Oh, and if you've ever wanted to know about her life AFTER the olympics… CLICK HERE!
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
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