Oh when the Saints, come marching in . . . their kids come with them! The Super Bowl may have been filled with rough and tough athletes battling it out for the championship title, but it was also a family affair. From children fans watching the big game to the athletes toting along their tykes, the biggest game of the season brought families together. Check out our look at who attended last night's big game.
For Queen Latifah's performance at the Super Bowl, makeup artist Monifa Mortis says she knew that the look she created would have to have "smoky definition, so all the fans could see her." The look she created was understated and smoky but had tons of impact. To find out how Mortis did it, just keep reading.
Anyone who's had an international lover or experienced the challenges of a long-distance relationship most likely enjoyed Google's Super Bowl commercial last night. In the spot, Google manages to show off its product without calling on the overused emasculated man theme. When it comes to innovation, focusing on romance instead of men suffering through relationships so they can get the car or beer they really want was almost more exciting than the translation tool, flight tracker, or other tricks the commercial shows off. Did the story of a long-distance love hit home for you?
Kim Kardashian joined the lucky fans in attendance and rushed the field last night after the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts in the Super Bowl. During the game Kim had her family, friends and new Birkin bag close as she tweeted well wishes and showed off her New Orleans team spirit. It's a good thing Kim brought along her extra large bag as she reportedly stuffed Reggie's winning jersey into it. Following the game and a few congratulatory tweets Kim met up with her Saints all star Reggie Bush before heading off to Diddy's star-studded, post-game party at the Fontainebleau — get her look here. Up next for the pair, they'll be heading back to New Orleans for Tuesday's championship parade.
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Cameron Diaz joined Katie Holmes, Tom and Suri Cruise yesterday as the crew enjoyed the afternoon together along with a ton of celebrities at the Super Bowl in Miami. The Knight and Day costars wrapped up additional filming in the Caribbean last week — Cameron even had time to enjoy an afternoon of downtime in her bikini. Cameron's personal life was under the microscope this weekend as she was spotted spending time with Kate Hudson's ex A-Rod during a party Saturday night, though he was also seen looking close with a brunette. Yesterday was a different story as Suri stole the show in an adorable flower headband and bright red dress, although Katie skipped the matching ensemble.
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The Super Bowl had its share of innovative (vote on your favorite at Buzz), and the usual male-targeted beer, car, pants, and soap-for-men ads. But several starred an all-too-common man in pop culture lately: the emasculated one.
Dockers calls all pantless — and underwear-wearing men — to "wear the pants."
Sad-faced men walk through a field singing they "wear no pants." So it's really convenient that Dockers is giving pants away.
Watch ads for Dodge, Budweiser, and Dove after the jump.
- Celebrities and fans watched New Orleans Saints win their first Super Bowl — PopSugar
- Abstinence education done right — New York Times
- John Edwards's former aide unwilling to give up sex tape — Jezebel
- Obama wants to televise healthcare debates — Washington Post
- MTV's new logo includes no mention of music television — Flavorwire
Brad Pitt and Maddox led the way to Miami for yesterday's Super Bowl, and Angelina Jolie wasn't far behind. She joined them in their luxury box as the family cheered on the New Orleans Saints, though their team's winning wasn't the only reason Brad and Angelina were all smiles — they also couldn't keep their hands off each other! Click through to see Brad and Angelina's very PDA-filled evening!
Time for a post-Super Bowl water cooler debate: this year's ads! I'm still scratching my head over the multiple spots featuring men in underwear, but a few made me chuckle without resulting to stripping down (I'm looking at you, Go Daddy). Take the celebrity cameos, for instance. I loved Betty White's "That's not what your girlfriend said" line for Snickers, but I was also excited for the return of the Griswolds and a watch party with Letterman, Oprah, and Leno. How the heck did Dave get Jay to help promote his own late-night show?!
In the category of amusing to downright silly, T-Pain auto-tune for Bud Light was goofy in a good way, and the Kia Sorrento spot which had a sock monkey and his toy friends on a joyride made me smile. But at the top of my list for sure: Google's relationship web search, which was unexpectedly sweet in the midst of all the beer-chugging and screaming chickens.
Did you have a favorite? Tell me! And if you want to relive some of the standouts of the bunch, check 'em out when you read more