All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Super Bowl XLVIII’

Queen Latifah Talks New Music And Super Bowl Performance

Queen Latifah has been quite busy over the past couple weeks. First, the Queen stepped into the role of officiator, marrying 33 couples live at the 56th annual Grammy Awards last weekend. Then yesterday, she ventured back into the world of music, as she sang “America the Beautiful” at Super Bowl XLVIII. Right before she took the field, Latifah weighed …

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Deion Sanders, Pat Hanlon Have Verbal Spar On Live TV

Deion Sanders should know by now that anything he says can and will be used against him regardless of how he tries to add a comical spin to it. His recent round of verbal sparring is a prime example. On Tuesday, Jan. 28, Sanders definitely made his presence known in Newark, NJ at the Media Day press events for Super …

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Super Bowl Tickets Hit Record Prices

There are three ways to get to see this year’s Super Bowl: be a player for the Denver Broncos, be a player for the Seattle Seahawks, or make as much money as one of those players. The “cheap seats” as of this writing are going for over $2,400 on StubHub (that’ll get you into the upper end zone, where you …

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Robin Thicke and Kendrick Lamar Pre-Super Bowl Bound

Robin Thicke and Kendrick Lamar are Super Bowl bound next month. Well, they’re not really going to the Super Bowl, but they’re the headlining act for ESPN’s Pre-Super Bowl Party–and that’s a big deal, too. Lamar is featured on Robin Thicke’s late summer hit Give It to U, and has since received a Grammy Award nomination for his work. The …

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Bruno Mars To Headline Super Bowl Halftime Show, Insiders Say

Bruno Mars, the 27-year-old pop sensation known for his slew of No. 1 hits, is rumored to be headlining the halftime show at Super Bowl XLVIII in February. Insiders expect an official announcement to be made in New York tomorrow. The halftime show sponsored by cola giant, Pepsi, has an impressive resume of preceding year’s headliners’; Beyonce performed at the …

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