Super Bowl XLVIII
The shocking death of Philip Seymour Hoffman continues to shake the entertainment community. Celebrities have been reacting to the loss since news of Hoffman’s death broke on Sunday afternoon, and famous fans like Aaron Paul and Aziz Ansari continue to share thoughts on Instagram. Across the river, Super Bowl XLVIII was less entertaining than some might have hoped, but that didn’t stop Seahawk supporters like Macklemore and Chrissy Teigen from gushing about their hometown.
Did you make it through Super Bowl XLVIII in its entirety, or did you take a long winter’s nap until Prince appeared on New Girl? What was expected to be a high-scoring game between the NFL’s two best teams was a full-on rout, with the Seattle Seahawks (and Macklemore!) emerging victorious. There may not have been much competition after the botched snap on the opening drive, but this kind of uneventful game allows for more time to think about commercials, celebrity appearances and social media weirdness.
Much attention has been paid to the players on the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks competing in Super Bowl XLVIII today. In fact, we’ve even shone the spotlight on their wives and girlfriends! But there’s one hardworking group that has gone tragically under-celebrated this Super Bowl season so far: The cheerleaders! So now on the day of The Big Game we’d like to right that very serious wrong and look at the hottest women of the NFL!
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! Which means it’s time for the big game, the big parties and the big commercials. Every year, corporations shell out millions of dollars to make a huge splash, but one could argue that nothing can match the fervor surrounding Super Bowl commercials 15 years ago. It was the era of Ali Landry‘s hot Doritos girl, the “Make 7 Up Yours” ad guy, and Budweiser’s “Whassup?” ad campaigns. Some of those commercial pitch men, like Landry’s Doritos co-star Sean Hayes and 7 Up’s Orlando Jones, went on to bigger and better things, where as others faded into obscurity. So where are the Super Bowl commercial stars of the past now? And will this Sunday’s Super Bowl commercials spawn any stars of tomorrow?
We’re not huge sports people, but we’ve been hearing talk about a big football game coming up? Yes, Super Bowl XLVIII (and VH1’s Super Bowl Blitz concert series!) is nearly upon us, and we’re told that it’s a pretty big deal. But regardless of who wins the ol’ pigskin match next weekend, we know that everybody on the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks are winners. Why’s that? Because they all have ridiculously gorgeous wives and girlfriends! Even if they get utterly destroyed on the field, at least they still have those loving (and buff) arms to come home to…