As the world reacts to Lance Armstrong's doping admission, comedian and actor Marlon Wayans says we shouldn't be so surprised by what happened.
"I don't think anybody could win without it," said Wayans, who appeared on HuffPost Live Thursday at the same time Armstrong's interview with Oprah Winfrey was airing on television. "The guy that comes in last place, that comes in like two days after everybody else, that's the human. Everybody else is humanoids."
Wayans did his best Lance Armstrong impersonation before later taking a serious turn, arguing that he thinks our society puts too much pressure on athletes to win.
"We pay to see people win," Wayans told HuffPost Live's Alyona Minkovski. "We want to see those things."
The comedian suggested creating two separate sports leagues: one for "regular people" and one for those on steroids.
"As long as it's fair playing grounds," he said.
Wayans also turned his attention to Oprah, joking that when he met her, he too started confessing everything.
"She has some special magical powers," he said.
Watch the Full Interview on HuffPost Live.