On last night’s big post-Super Bowl season premiere of “The Voice”, Tony Lucca was the last to take the stage, and he sung a fantastically soulful rendition of “Trouble” by Ray LaMontagne. He told Carson Daly that he wasn’t sure that judge Christina Aguilera was going to recognize him from their days when they were on “The Mickey Mouse Club” together.
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“The NFL hired the talent and produced the halftime show,” NBC spokesman Christopher McCloskey said. “Our system was late to obscure the inappropriate gesture and we apologize to our viewers.”
Madonna positioned herself as the queen of a new generation of pop stars at the Super Bowl halftime show – complete with throne – but didn’t have complete control of her show.
It’s not exactly the same, but in the same way that some viewers tune into auto races in hopes of seeing a crash, many of us turn on the Super Bowl hoping to see … well, something go other than the way it was planned.
Donald Trump has moved on from endorsing Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential race to putting his weight behind Century 21 in a new Super Bowl ad. But the Donald’s latest collaboration takes a playful dig at the famously egocentric real-estate mogul’s negotiation skills.
Fulll performances from the “30 Rock” webisode, where Jack Donaghy brings in Ryan Adams, Michael McDonald and Childish Gambino to sing NBC theme songs at the Super Bowl.
After the runaway success of last year’s “The Force” ad (which we prefer to call “Little Darth Vader”), Volkswagen has created a sequel of sorts, to air during the Super Bowl. The spot starts out innocuously enough, with a house-bound dog wanting to chase the new Beetle but finding he’s too big to fit through his doggie door. A montage shows what he does to fix the situation.
It may be time for Madison Avenue to reconsider all those car and beer ads run during the Super Bowl. Sports Business Daily crunched Nielsen Media data and found that the divide between the number of women who watch the big game vs. men is getting smaller.
This weekend, the nation gets a chance to see 30 seconds of David Beckham in his knickers, as he’s done an ad promoting his “Bodywear” line at H&M.
Matthew Broderick isn’t the only big star with a Super Bowl ad, of course. While Honda’s “Ferris Bueller”-inspired ad is burning up YouTube, their luxury brand Acura also has an extended Super Bowl ad out, starring Jerry Seinfeld.