Celeb Scoop: Michael Phelps to Work on His Golf Game on Bryn Mawr-Produced TV Show

Plus: Miley Cyrus chopped off her hair, John Legend was hospitalized, President Obama (allegedly) isn't Spiderman, and more of today's celebrity news.

Phelps to Star on Bryn Mawr Golf Show. Michael Phelps has a lot of time on his hands now that he’s done swimming faster than everyone else, ever. So, the Greatest Olympian of All-Time is hoping that he can improve his handicap. He’ll make an appearance on the Golf Channel’s The Haney Project, which is produced by the guys behind Bryn Mawr’s The WorkShop. [Philly Gossip]

John Legend Hospitalized. The singer, Penn alum, and television producer was hospitalized with flu-like symptoms. [E]

R.I.P. Miley Cyrus’ Hair. Miley Cyrus went to NYC over the weekend to get all of her hair chopped off. Liam Hemsworth is still shooting in the Philly ‘burbs, so expect Miley to be around town sporting her new, short, platinum look. [Huffington Post]

President Obama Isn’t Spiderman. First Lady Michelle Obama spoke at a fundraiser hosted by Gwen Stefani at the home the singer shares with her husband Gavin Rosdale and their two children. During her speech, FLOTUS told supporters that her husband isn’t Spiderman. She didn’t, though, confirm or deny that President Obama was Batman, Superman, Ironman or the Flash. [Us Weekly]

Jennifer Aniston: Finally Engaged. Everyone is now officially allowed to shut up about how unlucky-in-love Jennifer Aniston has been since birth. She’s reportedly accepted a proposal from her boyfriend Justin Theroux because they’re so in love and can’t wait to spend the rest of their lives together or some such thing. [Hollywood Reporter]

Bourne Wins the Weekend. The Bourne Legacy and The Campaign ended Batman’s reign as the box office king by unseating The Dark Knight Rises. Bourne came out on top with $41.3 million grossed and The Campaign followed with $27.4. [The Wrap]