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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Gisele Bundchen blames receivers, not husband, for Patriots’ loss

Supermodel Gisele Bundchen stood by her husband, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, telling friends that the receivers were the ones to blame for the Patriots’ 17-21 loss to the New York Giants. Continue Reading…

Madonna’s Super Bowl Half Time Show

Madonna’s half-time show at the Super Bowl was met by outrage and barbed comments, but there were some classic Magic Moments. The first public appearance of Madonna’s MDNA album campaign was a low-key affair: just the biggest night of the American football calendar, more than 100 million viewers, a collision of some of the planet’s biggest pop personalities, and a budget that makes your average James Cameron effort look like Homes Under the Hammer. The half-time Super Bowl show prompted much chatter, but here are the five Magic Moments: Continue Reading…

Jason Wu For Target Fashion For The Masses

Jason Wu For Target Fashion For The Masses: While football fans are gearing up for the Super Bowl, fashion fans may be heading to Target today, where designer Jason Wu is unveiling an affordable Parisian-inspired line that features delicate blouses, pleated skirts, handbags and clutches.

While luxury department stores can sell Jason Wu items for almost $5000, Target is selling almost 60 items, including women’s clothing and accessories, for under $60.

The collection became available Sunday morning, and already many of the items are sold out online. Continue Reading…

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…

Giants Top 49ers 20-17 In OT to Reach Super Bowl

Giants Top 49ers 20-17 In OT to Reach Super Bowl: The New York Giants have their own Super Bowl formula: in overtime and on the road.

And with Lawrence Tynes’ foot.

Eli Manning directed one short, final drive and Tynes kicked a game-winning 31-yard field goal in overtime, sending the Giants to the Super Bowl with a 20-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game on Sunday.

In another tight one in this decades-old postseason rivalry, both defenses made key stops before New York capitalized on another costly mistake by San Francisco.

Manning and the Giants (12-7) will face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis as 3.5-point underdogs. The last time the teams met for the NFL title, 2008, the Giants ended the Patriots’ bid for a perfect season.

Tynes had a hand, er, foot in getting the Giants to that one, too, kicking the game-winning field goal in overtime at Green Bay.

Devin Thomas put the Giants in position by recovering his second fumble of the game after Jacquian Williams stripped the ball from fill-in return man Kyle Williams, who also fumbled earlier to set up a New York touchdown. Continue Reading…