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From Beyoncé‘s showstopping (literally) performance to the Destiny’s Child surprise-but-not-quite reunion, last night’s Super Bowl half-time show was pretty epic. You can relive the magic in video form over here and keep reading for photographic evidence that, as Anderson Cooper has pointed out, “it’s her world and we’re just living in it”.
Celebs like Solange Knowles, Sofia Vergara, and Stacy Keibler partied it up in New Orleans this weekend, hitting up a star-studded Super Bowl party hosted by Audi.
No matter who wins or loses tonight, at least we’ll have this: Beyoncé killed it during halftime. KILLED IT.
Less than two weeks after she not-quite-lip-synced the national anthem at President Obama’s inauguration on January 21, Beyoncé Knowles will take the stage during tonight’s Super Bowl XLVII halftime performance. Will Destiny’s Child perform with her? Will Jay-Z make a cameo? Will Anderson Cooper storm the stage in a custom House of Deréon one-piece? We don’t know. But we do know that you can watch the whole thing online right here!
The shoe line is riding on Kate Upton’s celebrity, and channeling her as the face of the brand in a new series of ads.
Kate Upton isn’t the only model lending her considerable talents to a commercial spot on Sunday. Bar Refaeli will also be making her Super Bowl debut, in an ad for Go Daddy, a domain registration and web hosting platform.
Just because she’s landed herself a few Vogue covers and earned the Anna Wintour seal of approval doesn’t mean you’ll be seeing Kate Upton dominating the catwalk this season. In fact, the model is choosing to forgo Fashion Week entirely.
One of our biggest peeves is having to buy a new outfit just for the sake of a single event. Case in point: buying some sort of San Franciso 49ers- or Baltimore Ravens-themed apparel for Super Bowl Sunday. As much as we like football (and, honestly, that’s not much), we’re just going to be creative and snag some red and white or purple and black pieces so we can always wear them again after Sunday’s big game.
With the country still reeling from Beyoncégate, the ensuing backlash following the revelation that the superstar lip synched at the presidential inauguration, Queen Bey has but one shot to redeem herself: the Super Bowl halftime show this Sunday.
For the first time in its history, Calvin Klein will running a commercial during the Super Bowl. And of course, since this is the year’s most watched event, the execs at Calvin Klein are capitalizing on sex appeal more than ever. Kate Up-who?
We’ve already seen Kate Upton “wash” a car as part of her duties for Mercedes-Benz‘s Super Bowl commercials. Now, the bigger budget spot is here, featuring the model alongside Usher, Willem Dafoe, and an average Joe faced with one big Faustian dilemma.
Beyonce gives us a glimpse backstage at the Super Bowl! Plus a preview of the Comme des Garcons for Hermes collection, vintage looks for NYFW, and plenty more to feast your eyes on.
Well, it’s confirmed: Kate Upton‘s Super Bowl commercial is definitely aimed towards all the red-blooded males watching the big game. Cars and boobs: they go together like football and Sunday.
Has there ever been a model with quite as much crossover appeal as Kate Upton? She got her start on YouTube doing the Dougie at a Clippers game, made the bikini-clad rounds on the covers of GQ and Sports Illustrated, won Anna Wintour‘s approval and landed in Vogue, and is now coming full circle with a gig that should appeal to her original fan base: a role in a Super Bowl commercial for Mercedes-Benz.
What’s the best way to celebrate winning the Super Bowl? Going to New York Fashion Week, of course! We spotted New York Giants wide receiver Ramses Barden in the front row at the Jill Stuart show Saturday morning. We talked about everything from Gisele‘s F-bomb after her husband Tom Brady lost the Super Bowl to how funny it is to watch models come down the runway.
If David Beckham thinks for a second that after months and months of talking about his new underwear collection for H&M that we’re going to believe he was actually embarrassed to watch the commercial for it during the Super Bowl, he’s got another thing coming.
If you were wondering just how much it cost Bridgestone to get Madonna the license for the Vogue logo she danced all over during the Super Bowl, we can tell you: Not one red American penny.
Here’s the basic message of Teleflora’s Super Bowl commercial, starring noted model and Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima: Dudes, if you buy your lady friend flowers for Valentine’s Day, she’ll basically have no choice but to touch your genitals.
The Super Bowl means many things to us — nachos, pigs in a blanket, buffalo wings, and commercials. (Oh, and “football”.)
A Super Bowl commercial would be a great job for any supermodel, but Adriana Lima isn’t just any supermodel. Which is why she’s not just starring in one Super Bowl commercial during this year’s game. She’s starring in two.