Prince's rain-soaked Super Bowl halftime show could have turned dangerous — but instead it became unforgettable.
The Facebook ads used by Russian hackers have been released — and it turns out Beyoncé was a pawn in the political game.
The singer gave McKenna a special shout-out during the show, two months after he achieved viral status at the Super Bowl.
Kevin Hart gives a play-by-play of his viral drunken moment following the Super Bowl. He framed the turf he pulled from the field and called it "Kevin's Stupid Day."
Lady Gaga and Pink know how to put on a show. Pink knows what we’re all thinking that she’s thinking about Lady Gaga’s halftime performance at the Super Bowl, and, well, she’s not. The 37-year-old singer posted a message on social media on Monday shutting down the idea that she’s upset with Gaga, 30, for using aerial acrobatics during the big show.
Actor Mark Wahlberg attends Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium on Sunday. You win some, you lose some — and Mark Wahlberg lost this one. On Sunday night, the Ted star (who hails from Boston and happens to be a die-hard Patriots fan) was caught on camera slipping out of the game with his wife, Rhea Durham, and their two sons around 9:40 p.m. ET, back when his beloved Pats were down and the outlook for a victory wasn’t looking good.
Lady Gaga shone during Super Bowl LI. The singer’s halftime performance began on the roof of the NRG Stadium, singing before what appeared to be a fleet of hundreds of drones in the night sky.
You want the commercials. You want to cheer for the good ones, boo at the terrible ones, and cringe when one goes for the Hail Mary but bobbles it just before the end zone. We’re here for you with a roundup of the standouts from Super Bowl LI (that’s 51, not an homage to martial arts great Jet Li), from the cutting edge to the classics — like Coca-Cola bringing back the “It’s Beautiful” ad from 2014. Melissa McCarthy is one of the best comedic actresses in the game today.
While much of America tunes in to Fox on Sunday night for the Super Bowl, movie fans will also be keeping their eyes peeled for the latest and greatest movie trailers making a splash during the commercial breaks. He was missing in the first teaser, but Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow finally makes an appearance at the tail end of this Super Bowl spot for the fifth movie in the Pirates franchise.
Going into Sunday’s Bill O’Reilly interview with President Trump, you knew no difficult questions were going to be asked or answered. As the state media arm of the Trump administration, Fox News — the channel the president promotes and has made clear in tweets is his primary source of information — was not going to allow an employee to damage its ongoing relationship with the chief executive. ...
NEW YORK (AP) — Taylor Swift’s pre-Super Bowl concert broke some news: She announced it may be her only concert of this year; she performed for the smallest number of fans in some time — 9,000 people is intimate for this pop star — and she sang her newest single live for the first time.
Sunday marks the return of 24 for a potentially massive post-Super Bowl audience. It’s Kiefer Sutherland-free — no Counter Terrorist Unit legend Jack Bauer growling and grunting through intrigue and torture. Instead, the rechristened 24: Legacy gives us a younger hero, Straight Outta Compton’s Corey Hawkins as Eric Carter, an ex-Army Ranger, a Special Forces professional who wants to be left alone with his nurse-wife (Anna Diop), but gets pulled into saving America from a potential terrorist attack.
Super Bowl Sunday is synonymous with a few things: football (duh), nachos (yum), and flashy commercials — specifically, flashy beer commercials. The real star of the campaign is Survivor frontman Dave Bickler, who salutes each “real man of genius” with vocal conviction. Related: ‘Mean Joe’ Greene Drank How Many Cokes for That Super Bowl Commercial?!
This Sunday, millions of Americans will get together to eat, drink, and watch the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons vie for the Vince Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LI. Movie fans will also be partaking in another annual tradition — keeping an eye out for the latest and greatest Hollywood movie trailer premieres. To do so, they’ll have to live up to the following nine trailers, which became instant sensations after premiering during the Super Bowl.
Justin Bieber is the pitchman for T-Mobile in a new Super Bowl ad. Maybe Justin Bieber should stick to a script more often. The Biebs, 22, left the pimp coat at home and suited up in tux for the T-Mobile spot, in which the Canadian — who was billed as a “celebration expert” — walks viewers through the history of the touchdown celebration in the all-American sport.
Tom Brady, Dwight Freeney, Rob Gronkowski, LeGarrette Blount, and Marshawn Lynch joined Conan for the third annual Super Bowl edition of Clueless Gamer.
With the No. 1 offense (Falcons) taking on the No. 1 defense (Patriots) and two incredible quarterbacks, it’s nearly impossible to make a safe Super Bowl LI prediction. On “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Jimmy had a bunch of puppies and a foolproof prediction methodology.
You can imagine that, while filming a TV commercial for a soda company, you would imbibe a refreshing sugary beverage or two, right? The clip, in which an injured Mean Joe is so touched by a young fan offering up his own soda to the tired, limping player that Mean Joe tosses the kid (billed officially as “The Kid” and played by 12-year-old actor Tommy Okun) his Steelers jersey.
Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner so you know what that means — athletes and supermodels are getting ready to take over your television screen. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and model Miranda Kerr have teamed up for Buick’s new “Pee Wee” ad, and Yahoo Celebrity had the chance to speak with the reigning MVP about how the TV spot hits close to home. “I’d like to say it’s just another day at the office, but it’s not,” Cam said about starring in the ad, which appropriately takes place at a Pee Wee football game.
Thirty-three years ago, Wendy’s debuted their now-iconic “Where’s the Beef?” commercial, starring Clara Peller as an old lady demanding more meat from her fast-food hamburger. While the other two women admired the “big, fluffy bun,” Peller wasn’t satisfied, croaking the immortal query, “Where’s the beef?” (Interestingly, Wendy’s first tried a version with a bald man uttering the line, but it failed to catch on.) The catchphrase was a sharp jab at competitors Burger King and McDonald’s, allowing Wendy’s to trumpet the fact that their burgers had more beef than the Whopper or Big Mac. The ad was credited with boosting Wendy’s annual revenue by a whopping 31 percent, and made its way into the 1984 presidential campaign: Walter Mondale invoked “Where’s the Beef?” to slam rival Gary Hart’s lack of substance during the Democratic primary.
Super Bowl LI and those much-anticipated Super Bowl ads are just a few days away, but people still talk about the ad that many have called the greatest Super Bowl commercial of all time: Apple’s “1984” commercial, the one that launched the Macintosh. The 60-second ad — directed by Ridley Scott, a future Oscar nominee, who had just directed Blade Runner — aired during the third quarter of Super Bowl XVIII in 1984, just two days before Apple would change the world with the introduction of the Mac. The “1984” ad itself was just as groundbreaking, not only leading Apple to more than $150 million in sales in the first 100 days of the Mac’s debut, but also introducing the idea of the Super Bowl ad as entertainment, a part of the Super Bowl broadcast that is, for some viewers, the reason for tuning in on game day.
Following the New England Patriots’ 36-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC title game, supermodel Gisele Bündchen congratulated husband Tom Brady on Instagram, writing, “”Congratulations my love! @tombrady #gopats.”
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was on Fox & Friends and discussed the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Beyoncé’s performance has received praise and criticism for its imagery paying tribute to the Black Panther Party and the Black Lives Matter movement. “This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people who protect her and protect us and keep us alive,” Giuliani said.
Lady Gaga, in a red glitter pants suit and blue fingernails, nailed the National Anthem at the start of Super Bowl 50. With red-glitter eye shadow to match her red glitter outfit, pumped up by what looked like mighty platform shoes peeking out from her trousers, Gaga took command of the song from the start. Where does Gaga’s version stand in the pantheon of Super Bowl National Anthem performances?