(Yahoo! omg!) - In case you missed it, Lance Armstrong finally admitted he was doping during his storied cycling career. But, you live in the modern age of tweet or it didn’t happen and, since the story practically broke the internet, we know you know.
And you weren't the only ones tweeting about it. Since Armstrong was such a huge star with so many celebrity fans and friends, the Twitterverse was exploding during his big interview with Oprah Winfrey on Thursday night.
We thought we’d save you the grunt work and share some of the (mostly hilarious) highlights. Be sure to let us know your favorite in the comments.
Thank you, Lance Armstrong, for sitting down with Oprah last night. I missed the interview, but I heard it was dope. #ThankYouNoteFriday— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) January 19, 2013
The Lance Armstrong confession should've ended with him pedaling away on a tiny bike with training wheels. You know.. symbolism.— Dane Cook (@DaneCook) January 19, 2013
Bad day: Spent it on a 787 Dreamliner with Lance Armstrong and Manti Te'o's ex girlfriend.— Steve Martin (@SteveMartinToGo) January 18, 2013
Despite the latest news my father will not stop using Lance Armstrong as an adjective for strength and determination.— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) January 18, 2013
I'm just bummed I wasn't asked to sing on this episode. #Oprah— josh groban (@joshgroban) January 18, 2013
Great day for liars! They are dominating the news today. #CongratsUSA— Rashida Jones (@iamrashidajones) January 18, 2013
I always want to make sure Oprah is on MY side.— matthew perry (@MatthewPerry) January 18, 2013
Wow. Watching @oprah interview. Just WOW— Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) January 18, 2013
CHEAT ( noun) A person who behaves dishonestly in order to gain an advantage. Lance left out the "behaves dishonestly" part, right?— Rita Wilson (@RitaWilson) January 18, 2013
Honestly I don't care that Lance doped. He gave people hope and that's more important then anything. So what if he lied. #livestrong— Jack Osbourne (@MrJackO) January 18, 2013
Would love to see Lance Armstrong and Barry Bonds do The Odd Couple on Broadway.— Albert Brooks (@AlbertBrooks) January 18, 2013
Wow..... Oprah comes out very strong!— andyroddick (@andyroddick) January 18, 2013
"It didn't feel wrong"He didn't feel bad.He didn't feel he was cheating.— Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) January 18, 2013
If Oprah's smart, she'll have James Frey come out and give Lance a hug.— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) January 18, 2013
A lot of sports journalists were questioning if Oprah had what it takes to thoroughly interview Lance Armstrong. The woman is shredding him.— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) January 18, 2013