Maria Menounos wears Giants bikini in Times Square after Patriots loss

Last seen at the Super Bowl Tebowing with the man himself, “Extra” correspondent Maria Menounos was back in New York on Monday, standing in the middle of Times Square donning a red and blue bikini.

The 33-year-old Massachusetts native stripped down to the bikini due to a lost Super Bowl wager on her New England Patriots. Menounos lost the bet to colleague A.J. Calloway, who picked his hometown New York Giants. Continue Reading…

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Senators John Kerry & Scott Brown Push As DirecTV Deal Threatens Super Bowl Access

Looking at Ford Field the night of Super Bowl XL

Senators John Kerry & Scott Brown Push As DirecTV Deal Threatens Super Bowl Access: Bothu.s.senators from Massachusetts and a satellite TV provider that some die-hard Pats fans Boston Super Bowl in their homes can be prevented from watching a fight between NBC affiliate’s owner are chiming in.

DirecTV and Sunbeam television Corp., owner of the Boston-based NBC affiliate WHDH TV, retransmission fees since their contract expired on January 13 and satellite TV providers are caught in the middle of 200,000 customers are is sometimes network blackouts while a cable or satellite TV provider with a TV network fails to reach an agreementThe special stand for another Super Bowl showdown with the New England Patriots receiving extra attention to the waist.

Republican Sen. Scott Brown, DirecTV and Sunbeam television Corp., in a letter to the heads of customers as they work for WHDH clock a new agreement to go out of the details asked for both sides.

“I have a business your supporters in Boston leverage in the negotiations have become a private business transactions I’m not seeking to interfere in, but I suppose my ingredient TV programming they used to have come to expect and should be used for” Brown wrote a letter. “this abusive clients to pay hundreds of dollars a year and Super BowlThe year’s biggest television event does not get to see your component programming I no longer have disrupted to urge. ” Continue Reading…

Romney Under Fire In Second New Hampshire Debate

Romney Under Fire In Second New Hampshire Debate: Front-runner Mitt Romney came under attack Sunday in the second Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire in two days, with rivals saying he would be unable to defeat President Barack Obama.

In heated exchanges with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, Romney defended his record when he was governor in neighboring Massachusetts and said he is a consensus-builder who would be able to withstand the rigors of a “billion-dollar” campaign by the president.

Gingrich, however, accused Romney of speaking “pious baloney” by claiming he left politics in the 1990s to try other things, noting Romney lost a Senate election and his first presidential bid since leaving the governor’s office. Read More…