- Pepsi comes through with a clichéd Super Bowl ad — Double X
- Check out pictures of all the celebrities at the game! — PopSugar
- What did you make of the halftime show? — BuzzSugar
- Vengeful ex-girlfriend turns her ex into an Internet meme — Nerve
- The Queen royally enjoyed The King's Speech, a biopic of her father — NY Daily News
- AOL to buy Huffington Post for $315 million — New York Times
- Disney offering free swag to newborns in hospital — LilSugar
- Adults need sex ed, too — MSNBC
While the Black Eyed Peas had fashion fun with flashing lights during the halftime show, Lea Michele and Christina Aguilera serenaded the crowd with their sweet voices and chic ensembles for the opening. Both ladies kept it classy and covered up, with Lea wearing wide-leg camel trousers topped with an ivory coat, and Christina opting for a black Dolce & Gabbana suit and dazzling red pumps. Two totally different color palettes and silhouettes; which singer wins?
Get enough action during the Super Bowl yesterday? If you were busy high-fiving your fellow fans between plays and missed the fun, funny, and sometimes "awwww"-worthy ads, then here's your chance to catch up.
Now through Feb. 10, you can watch all of the Super Bowl XLV ads on Facebook's official sports page, and vote for your favorites by "liking" them. The one who goes home with the most votes will be crowned the official 2011 Facebook Replay Winner! While I was definitely entertained by the commercials, I feel like most of them weren't as geeky as last year. Remember the Intel ads? Genius.
Which ad from Super Bowl XLV was your favorite? See mine after the break.
There were plenty of reasons to watch this year's Super Bowl, even if you're not a football fan. Aside from the trailers for highly-anticipated movies during the commercial breaks, there was also the halftime show. The Black Eyed Peas donned futuristic getups and took to the stage to perform their biggest singles like "I Gotta Feeling," and they even welcomed special guest stars Usher and Slash from Guns N' Roses. It was altogether a fun performance, and definitely a refreshing change of pace from the classic rockers we've seen in recent years. What did you think: did it make you groove or make you snooze?
It's Super Bowl Sunday and we're excited not only for the big game and Glee episode, but also all the amazing commercials! The ads are what everyone is talking about the next day, and there are always amazing and surprising star cameos. This year we're expecting Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, and a claymation Eminem at least, so to celebrate we're looking back at every celebrity who has ever starred in a Super Bowl commercial. Think you can name them all? Leave your list in the comments!
This weekend we're just as excited for the new episode of Glee following the Super Bowl as we are for the big game! It's always a huge deal what series gets to come after the most-watched program of the year, so we're looking back at our favorites of all time. From Friends to Grey's Anatomy, shows turn it up a notch for Super Bowl Sunday. Check out our picks and see a sneak peek at the Glee kids taking on "Thriller" and "California Gurl!"
It's Super Bowl Sunday! We've been gearing up all week with delicious snack recipes, party ideas, and tech tricks to keep you informed while the teams have been getting ready to take the field. The big football game isn't the only thing to look forward to today though, there will also be awesome celebrity-filled commercials and a rocking halftime show by the Black Eyed Peas, Usher, and Slash. For fans that are looking for something a little cuter, Puppy Bowl VII will air on Animal Planet with its adorable lineup of dogs. So tell us, whether you're rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers, or just enjoying the party — which part of Super Bowl Sunday are you more excited for?
While I'm abandoning the Super Bowl today in favor of some flea marketing and sewing projects, there never really was a question about whether or not I'd fit it into my schedule. I am not a football fan — unless I'm playing touch football, and then I find it pretty fun. But watching televised sports, especially the NFL, is not my idea of a worthwhile afternoon. I know that there are plenty of women who do enjoy taking in a game (my grandmother included), and many may have planned a party around it. Is that the case for you?