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Well, Team Beyonce has set about to solve that issue by banning photographers from her "Mrs. Carter Show" world tour. According to a report by Jezebel, the photos from Bey's concert stops being released through news agencies are select pre-approved images snapped by a photographer hired by Bey's team
Some photo agencies have reportedly resorted to buying amateur photos taken by concert attendees, but those are hard to come by considering concert guests are expressly prohibited from bringing cameras or recording devices into the venues.
So it looks like the only photos we'll get to see of Beyonce's weird glittery nipple costume are the ones she chooses to let us see. Guess you'll have to buy a concert ticket if you want to see more. »
Former Super Bowl Mvp and current NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner hosts The Moment, USA Network’s first unscripted series, giving people a second chance to live out their dreams. Kurt Warner starred in one of sports’ greatest rags-to-riches stories. After failing to make an NFL roster in 1994, Warner was stocking shelves at an Iowa grocery store. Undeterred, he played his way up through the Arena Football League and NFL Europe, eventually becoming the St. Louis Rams’ starting quarterback in 1999. A few months later, he was named Mvp of Super Bowl Xxxiv. It’s Super Bowl Xlvii week when I [...] »
- Ryan Berenz
And so it is that when Joe rolled up to the drive-thru window within hours of signing his six-year contract, McDonald's employee Sherry Norman just had to snap a pic.
Flacco stopped for a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets meal -- which cost him a cool seven bucks -- on his way back home to New Jersey from the Ravens training facility, where he signed the deal that gives him a $29 million signing bonus and guarantees $52 million over the life of his contract.
"I kept saying to the people I work with, 'Doesn't that look like Joe Flacco?,'" Norman, a hardcore Ravens fan tells Espn. "And then he turned towards the window and it was him."
Flacco happily posed for Norman's camera with a $52 million smile on his face. »
Though the entire cast of "Dancing With The Stars'" upcoming season won't officially be announced until Tues., Feb. 26 during "Good Morning America," ABC aired a promo during the Oscars on Sun., Feb. 24 that revealed Jones as a cast member.
The Baltimore Ravens wide receiver showed his moves in the end zone during the Super Bowl Xlvii, and eventually led his team to victory.
“He’s already won a Super Bowl ring,” the promo announced. “What’s he going to do next? Dance!”
In an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" earlier this month, Jones said that he practices his touchdown dances for weeks. "Seriously. I'll do my dances, see what my teammates think of 'em and they'll be like, 'Yeah, do that.' And the night before the game, »
- Jaimie Etkin
For the first time since his move to 11:35 Pm last month, Jimmy Kimmel was beaten by his hero David Letterman last week. CBS’ The Late Show bested ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live in total viewers by 40%, pulling in an average of 3.4 million to the ABC show’s 2.48 million for the week ending February 8. Letterman also topped Kimmel in households (2.5/06 to 1.8/05), adults 18-49 (0.8/03 to 0.7/03), adults 25-54 (1.1/04 vs. 0.9/04) and adults 18-34 (0.5/02 vs. 0.4/02). That’s a 14%, 22% and 25% margin of victory respectively for the key demos. However, that result partially tells us that the Baltimore Ravens weren’t the only ones to get a win out of Super Bowl Xlvii. Letterman’s show was strongly promoted on CBS during the big game and he had Mvp Joe Flacco on the day after the February 3 Super Bowl. The Late Show also did well against NBC’s The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. The CBS »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
John and Jim Harbaugh recently faced off in Super Bowl Xlvii, John as the coach of the winning Baltimore Ravens and younger brother Jim as the coach of the losing San Francisco 49ers. John appeared on "The Late Show with David Letterman" Thursday night (Feb. 8) and told Dave that the two haven't spoken yet since the big game.
"We have not had a conversation since. We will, soon," says Harbaugh. "I'm hoping sometime soon. We have meetings coming up, we have a combine in two weeks."
Letterman asks if there's animosity and John says no. But he adds, "There's no consolation, there's no way that you console your brother. Anybody who has a brother knows that. It doesn't work."
When asked which of them is the favorite, John laughs and says, "I felt like JIm was the favorite pretty much our whole ... Jim felt like he was the favorite, but in truth, »
Katherine Webb knows what a difference three weeks can make.
The model and current Miss Alabama USA has been enmeshed in a whirlwind of attention and opportunity since Espn sportscaster Brent Musburger made very audible notice of her attractive appearance at last month's Bcs National Championship Game, in which her boyfriend -- University of Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron -- was playing.
Since then, Webb was hired to cover Super Bowl Xlvii for the syndicated program "Inside Edition"; she was a guest at last weekend's NFL Honors, where she muses she was given "better seats than some of the players"; her Twitter following has skyrocketed from approximately 2,000 to 272,000; and she's been enlisted as one of the novice celebrity divers in the ABC competition series "Splash," premiering Tuesday, March 19.
"I think they're just real proud of the fact that they have another representative who's in a good light," the friendly Webb »
Beyonce didn't cause the Super Bowl blackout -- it was all because of "Lost."
If only it were true ...
“Immediately after the power failure in the Superdome, we lost numerous cameras and some audio powered by sources in the Superdome," Jennifer Sabatelle, vice president of communications at CBS Sports said in a statement released on February 3. "We utilized CBS’s back-up power and at no time did we leave the air. During the interruption, CBS Sports’ Steve Tasker, Solomon Wilcots and our studio team reported on the situation as a breaking news story, providing updates and reports while full power was being restored to the dome including our sets and broadcast booth. All commercial commitments during the broadcast are being honored."
- Chris Harnick
After Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Picture aired their highly anticipated TV spot for Iron Man 3 during Super Bowl Xlvii yesterday, they then launched another 90-second TV spot on their official Facebook page featuring an introduction from Tony Stark himself, Robert Downey Jr.. Watch to see all-new footage not shown during the big game on Sunday.
Iron Man 3 Extended Super Bowl Commercial
Iron Man 3 comes to theaters May 3rd, 2013 and stars Robert Downey Jr., Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jon Favreau, Paul Bettany, Ben Kingsley, Don Cheadle. The film is directed by Shane Black.
Sunday marked the greatest day in the American sports calendar. In this year’s marque game, the favoured San Francisco 49ers went up against the Baltimore Ravens in New Orleans.
Coming into the game there was multitude of sub-plots that threatened to overshadow the NFL season finale. With brothers Jim and John Harbaugh opposing coaches, the game was certainly a family affair, and win or lose this was to be the final game of the controversial but legendary Ravens linebacker, Ray Lewis.
The Ravens raced to a 7-3 first quarter lead courtesy of a Flacco touchdown throw to Anquan Boldin, and a redzone stop by the Ravens defence forcing a San Francisco field goal.
The second quarter saw the Ravens increase their lead to 21-6. Baltimore capitalised on two San Francisco turnovers including an interception by New Orleans native Ed Reed. Jacoby Jones finished off the first half with a spectacular 56yd touchdown catch, »
- Joseph Perkins
After scrubbing the mid-game blackout delay from ratings and making time zone adjustments, Nielsen gives Sunday night's Super Bowl a haul of 108.41 million total viewers. The matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers was down nearly 3 million from last year's record of 111.3 million. Super Bowl XLVII now stands as the third most-watched program in U.S. TV history.
The final tally, also down from 2011's 111-million strong Super Bowl, comes after record overnight ratings for the CBS broadcast of the game.
- Michael O'Connell
With all due congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens on their nail-biting 34-31 win over San Francisco in Super Bowl Xlvii, it has to be noted that Joe Flacco & Co. weren’t the only ones worthy of a champagne toast at the end of CBS’ Sunday-night telecast.
And in a similar vein, there are a number of players who ought to be hanging their heads lower than Colin Kaepernick and his 49ers tribe this morning.
Who scored big and who failed to light up the board? »
- Team TVLine
Several studios debuted new TV spots for some of this year's biggest movies during yesterday's big Super Bowl game. In case you missed them, we've got them all here for your viewing pleasure. Take a look!
Iron Man 3 - Extended Super Bowl Commercial
Iron Man 3 - Super Bowl Commercial
Fast and Furious 6 Super Bowl Commercial
Star Trek Into Darkness Super Bowl Commerical
The Lone Ranger Super Bowl Commercial
21 & Over Super Bowl Commercial
Snitch - Super Bowl TV Spot
World War Z - Super Bowl TV Spot
Oz the Great and Powerful Super Bowl Commercial
Stephen King's Under the Dome
Time Warner's The Walking Dead Super Bowl Commercial: Hamper
Time Warner's The Walking Dead Super Bowl Commercial: Cleanup
Time Warner's The Walking Dead Super Bowl Commercial - Full Length
There was a delay in Super Bowl Xlvii that lasted over 30 minutes and it was all due to a power surge that blacked out half the stadium. Oops.
But here are some of our favorite theories and quips from Twitter, which is always the place to be during something like a Super Bowl black out.
"I've kicked the Playstation cord out of the wall before, too. Well played Jim Harbaugh" -- Kyle Clark"The Stadium just went into a #blackout. Clearly the dementors showed up a little late to watch Beyonce". -- Lord Voldemort"Switching to Downton Abbey where they still have electricity" -- Ben Garvey"Finally, America cares about the infrastructure in Nola."-- David Corn "NBC and Jj Abrams just 'Revolution' photobombed the Superbowl.#blackout" -- Julie Plec"This game ended like The Sopranos" -- Will Stegemann"Over 100 NFL players without power in New Orleans right now. »
CBS' broadcast of Super Bowl XLVII that saw the Baltimore Ravens defeat the San Francisco 49ers, pulled in a 48.1 preliminary household rating, the highest number for the game in metered market history. That's a one percent uptick from last year’s matchup between the N.Y. Giants and the New England Patriots, which was broadcast on NBC. That game set a new U.S. audience record with 111.3 million viewers, narrowly besting the previous years' Super Bowl on Fox. But the rating for last night's game excludes the span of time during the power outage at the Superdome, which
- Marisa Guthrie
A TV watchdog group is going after CBS for airing the f-word during Sunday’s Super Bowl telecast.
The Parents Television Council is calling on the Federal Communications Commission to take action against the broadcaster after Baltimore Ravens quarterback and Super Bowl Xlvii Mvp Joe Flacco threw out an enthusiastic profanity while enjoying his team’s victory.
“This is f–king awesome!” the Super Bowl Mvp exclaimed while hugging teammate Marshal Yanda after the game. The expletive was captured by a nearby microphone and aired live on CBS.
“Despite empty assurance after empty assurance from the broadcast networks that they would never air indecent material, »
- James Hibberd
The players were pushing and shoving -- each other. Except for Ravens cornerback Cary Williams, who gave one of the referees a pretty good shove (see below). Unnecessary roughness penalties were awarded to San Francisco's Joe Staley and Baltimore's Corey Graham.
However, we were under the impression that purposeful contact with an official should always result in an ejection, and NBC Sports' Mike Florio concurs. He says NFL official and officiating supervisor Jim Daopoulos walked him through the rules and there really is no question -- Williams should have been ejected from the game.
The 2013 Super Bowl is finally here! Got your Antler Spray? How about your Alicia Keys stopwatch? Who's your favorite Harbaugh brother, the super intense older one or even more intense younger one? After five months of football and two weeks of hype, its game time in New Orleans for Super Bowl Xlvii. Which Harbaugh—Jim with the San Francisco 49ers or John with the Baltimore Ravens—gets bragging rights at holidays? Will Ray Lewis' last game as a Raven be a blaze of glory, or will Colin Kaepernick's end his debut season on top? And of course, which ads will take off and which will flop? It's our best and worst of the Super Bowl. Best Leading Man Trivia: Ray Lewis, the »
Could the Super Bowl power outage super-charge CBS’ big game ratings?
That’s one theory floating around broadcast ratings analysts tonight after CBS’ telecast of Super Bowl Xlvii was dramatically interrupted by a 34-minute power outage that sent half the New Orleans Superdome into darkness.
On the surface, the outage is a huge technical blunder. Embarrassing. Time wasting. And very risky — it was basically a half-hour of dead air during the most-watched telecast of the year, hastily filled by impromptu chatter from CBS Sports reporters and a flurry of ads.
Here’s why some analysts think the power outage won’t hurt CBS’ ratings (and, »
- James Hibberd
After a tough battle in the Superdome on Feb. 3, the Baltimore Ravens took home the Vince Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl Xlvii after beating the San Francisco 49ers, 34-31! Did the right Harbaugh brother coach their team to victory?
It was a clash of the titans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, La on Feb. 3, as the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens faced off in Super Bowl Xlvii. Opposing head coach brothers John and Jim Harbaugh led their teams valiantly, but in the end it was John and his Ravens who took home the Vince Lobmardi Trophy!
2013 Super Bowl Score
The final score of Super Bowl Xlvii was 34-31, with the Ravens besting the 49ers.
Super Bowl »
- Billy Nilles
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