Game on! All the biggest stars were in Los Angeles to watch this year’s Super Bowl LVI between the LA Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.
Kanye West didn’t skip Sunday Service on Super Bowl Sunday and brought his kids North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm after claiming he hadn’t been able to see his kids.
Bada bing, bada boom, bada… Meadow? With Tony Soprano smiling from wherever he is, Jamie-Lynn Sigler recreated the opening to ‘The Sopranos’ for Chevy Super Bowl commercial.
The ‘Pitch Perfect’ star hilariously talked to Barbie (and Barbie talked back!) in an ad for Rocket Mortgage that aired during the Super Bowl on Feb. 13.
The Super Bowl was a double date night for Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker, who attended the game with her BFF, Hailey Baldwin, and Hailey’s husband, Justin Bieber.
Matthew Stafford’s four adorable daughters, including Hunter Hope, Chandler, Sawyer, and Tyler Hall, were spotted excitingly and proudly watching their dad impressively play in the Super Bowl on Feb. 13.
Osar Isaac is Marvel’s newest superhero in ‘Moon Knight.’ The trailer aired during the Super Bowl and teased Marc Spector’s struggles with dissociative identity disorder, as well as Ethan Hawke’s villainous character.
The rapper made a quick appearance in the Golden Arches’ Super Bowl commercial, trying to decide what to get at the drive thru.
Mickey Guyton wowed crowds of football fans on Feb. 13, when she gave an incredible performance of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ while wearing a stylish royal blue dress.
Jhene Aiko sounded amazing at the Super Bowl as she performed ‘America The Beautiful’ rocking this high slit sequin dress!
JAY-Z was pictured on the field at SoFi Stadium with his eldest daughter before the big game between the L.A. Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Hours after sharing multiple Instagram posts dissing Pete Davidson, Kanye West attended the Super Bowl with his two oldest children.
What would happen if J.D. and Turk moved to the suburbs and were neighbors? It would be kind of what happens with Zach Braff and Donald Faison team up for T-Mobile’s musical Super Bowl Ad.
The gospel duo, composed of sisters Erica Campbell and Trecina Atkins-Campbell, gave an emotional rendition of the lyrical hymn known as the ‘Black National Anthem.’
The pop princess left little to the imagination in a see-through dress and black lingerie ahead of the big Super Bowl game.
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