There’s still no party on the planet like a Super Bowl party, but this weekend everyone who’s anyone attended one of the hottest parties surrounding the big game as DJ and Hip Hop legend Spinderella of Salt-N-Pepa threw one big celebrity bowling bash to get things started off right.
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Looks like everyone’s got Super Bowl fever. Check out photos from Wiz Khalifa’s live performance from this weekend in Dallas as he sports a new haircut to show his support. Did he rock the new look well? You tell us!
Check out this exclusive look at the Sports Illustrated Red Carpet event held during Super Bowl Weekend featuring the biggest names and brightest stars in entertainment including actor Boris Kodjoe and star troupe the Black Eyed Peas. Can you spot any other celebrities?
Check out the entire video of Lil’ Wayne’s ESPN description of his recent freestyle “Green & Yellow” – a tune that’s got everyone talking just in time for the Super Bowl this weekend. Have you heard it? Find out more as Wayne speaks on his motivation to spit over Wiz’s single and his love for the Green Bay Packers.
Check out this exclusive video for Hip Hop home-making with Snoop Dogg just in time for those last minute meal ideas for your Super Bowl party this weekend.
Think you know who’ll be joining Prince on the stage this weekend in Dallas? Take a wild guess before clicking on the link and see if you’re right. You won’t believe how much it’s costing to attend.
It’s not because the NFL has banned them from the big game or that the teams don’t want them, but because both the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers are among the small number of NFL franchises that do not have a professional cheerleading squad. So why didn’t they hire new ones just for the big game?