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Stars: They're Nothing Like Us: (The While You Were Stuffing Your Face During the Super Bowl Edition)

The Super Bowl. Perhaps the most-watched annual sporting event in the country. Everyone has their own little Super Bowl traditions -- mostly involving boatloads of junk food and booze. Now we Minnesotans are a little soured on the Super Bowl this year. Brett Favre was supposed to be our saving grace after decades of being almost good enough. In fact, according to Wikipedia, the Vikings have the most NFC or AFC Championship game appearances (9) without a Super Bowl title. And the tradition continues. So perhaps that is why I did not end up getting invited to any Super Bowl parties this year -- perhaps everyone preferred to just watch the game and get sulky-drunk at home in their underwear. Normally I do a best-of Ad It Up after the big game, but because there were no Super Bowl parties, I did not even end up watching it. The only thing I did catch was the very embarrassing half-time show featuring washed up rockers lip syncing to their own songs. Since my Super Bowl experience was less than stellar this year, I must live vicariously through others (and by "others," I really mean famous people that I don't know who have lifestyles that I'll never experience).

So, what were stars doing at the Super Bowl this year?

Kendra Wilkinson Was Crying Her Eyes Out:

Rumors that The Girl Next Door (former Hugh Hefner girlfriend striking out on her own) reality star was upset that her husband botched the big game sprung up after this picture leaked out. She swears on Twitter that she wasn't crying about the game but that the paparazzi wouldn't leave her alone.

Kim Kardashian Was Rubbing it in Kendra's Face:

Unlike Kendra Wilkinson, Kim Kardashian picked the right team player to date. Her BF was a superstar in the game and Kim even got to hang out on the field with him afterward.

Brangelina were PDA-ing:

EEEEEEEWWWWWW.....wait a minute -- kinda hot! Or are they just putting on a show to cover up all those rumors of them splitting up? If you look really closely, you can see the sly look on Brad's face, eyes half open and kind of smiling as if to say, "check this out, paparazzi!" And Angelina looks a bit uncomfortable, not really sure where to put her hand as she pretend to make out with Brad. But maybe I'm reading too much into it.

The Who Were Hoping That Their Light Show Would be Cool Enough That "the Kids" Wouldn't Notice How Old They Are:



And there's more...



Finally...

Heidi Montag Was STILL Desperately Trying to Get People to Pay Attention to Her:

Heidi Montag got a ton of plastic surgery recently and is CONSTANTLY dealing with it. First we had to hear about how she made this decision because she is either addicted to plastic surgery or she's making some sort of feminist statement about how her husband can't control her plastic surgery habits or something to that effect. Now, go figure, she's discovering that having bigger boobs and higher cheekbones doesn't really make her more happy. I just don't understand why this has to be the entire world's problem. If you want to cling to your fame, fine. But don't unnecessarily vicitmize yourself! Sigh. Only Heidi Montag would attempt to upstage the Super Bowl!

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  1. Blogger Papa Thor | 8:39 AM |  

    Poor Lady Amy, you should have come over to our house and not watched the Super Bowl with us. (We did kind of watch, i.e. I looked up from my computer game whenever Marmee shouted out "Ooh, look at that") Once again you've proven yourself capable of writing entertainingly about something without having experienced it. You are one sweet vicariauteur! (take that red line out from under that, it's a word!)
    On to my comment: I nearly cried during the Who performance. They are #3 most awesome band in history but their show was pitiful. When half your band is dead yet the sum of your ages is still significantly greater than when you were at your peak, I think it's time to retire. "Hope I die before I get old" indeed.

  2. Blogger qualler | 6:20 AM |  

    I would hesitate to call Reggie Bush a superstar in the Super Bowl, much less even a contributing factor at all. Boo on him and his stupid girlfriend. (Yes, I'm still sulking over the Vikings.)

  3. Blogger Papa Thor | 3:58 PM |  

    "Reggie Bush's girlfriend has a big butt!" (Seen on the bathroom wall at the super bowl)

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