TODAY's Takeaway: Don't 'doubt' Vonn, Dion debuts 'edgier' sound

Lindsey Vonn's going for the gold (again), Celine Dion's back after six years and Tim Conway is out with a memoir.

1. Champion skier Lindsey Vonn won’t let last February’s accident on the slopes stop her from going for gold at the Sochi 2014 Winter Games. It was eight months ago that she required knee surgery and diligent rehabilitation, but she is determined to win.

“You better believe it,” Vonn told Matt of making it to the medal stand. “You better not doubt me.”

2. Six-time Emmy winner and comedy legend Tim Conway spoke to Matt about his new memoir, "What's So Funny? My Hilarious Life," and explained how he first got into comedy.

"I had dyslexia, and whenever I got up to read in class, everybody laughed at me," Conway explained. "So I thought it was kind of funny to keep it going."

3. Magic mystery solved! Ringo Starr wanted to know: Who were the teens in a photograph he took in 1964?

Forty-nine years later, TODAY revealed the Beatles fans’ identities – on the plaza.

4. What events or activities have you endured for the sake of your kids?

This weekend, Al brought his 14-year-old daughter to a Drake concert in Connecticut. He proceeded to post a hilarious video of himself at the event with the hashtag #TooOld. Oh, what dads will do for their daughters!

5. She’s back! It’s been six years since Celine Dion released an English-language album, but today the five-time Grammy winner showed offer her vocal acrobatics with “a different sound.”

“I kind of think it's a modern, fresh, a little edgier album,” she said in between performances.

And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!