If you loved “Full House” as a kid, then don't miss this must-see Tanner family reunion. Castmates Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier stopped by “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” for what might be the best ‘90s flashback ever.
"Extra's" Hilaria Baldwin was outside H&M in Times Square, where everyone was talking about the trendy store's Super Bowl ad with David Beckham.
Watch to find out how you can vote to see the soccer hottie run through the commercial #covered or #uncovered.
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Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker and wife Jessie James prove they are one of the NFL’s hottest couples.
In an ultra sexy photo shoot for GQ’s “Love, Sex and Madness” issue, the five-months-pregnant “Wanted” singer and her football stud posed for some racy pics… take a look!
The March issue of GQ hits newsstands January 28.
In a video released by Vogue Magazine on Monday, the always-game Upton replicates a victory dance made famous by New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz during what looks like a freezing cold photo shoot for the magazine.
Check it out!
The caption says, “Touch down! #KateUpton shows us her signature #SuperBowl dance from inside the end zone. See her #February2014 photo shoot with the @nygiants and @nyjets on Vogue.com. Video by @b_sam.”
Upton is poised to possibly nab her third Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover in a row. This issue hits newsstands February 18.
See the original dance by Cruz!
Calloway asked Sherman which celebrity he had a crush on. “Beyoncé is everyone's crush, isn’t she?”
Watch more of the interviews, including what Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has to say about playing the big game in little brother Eli Manning’s town!
Volkswagen tried to develop an algorithm for the perfect Super Bowl commercial… something along the lines of Carmen Electra + puppies + a groin hit = winning VW ad.Too bad it all goes horribly wrong. Watch the video!
Watch the ad and check out Morpheus singing some opera!
Scarlett Johansson will be seductively sipping a SodaStream drink during the Super Bowl, but the ad had to be modified.
FOX has reportedly rejected the original ad because it ends with Scarlett saying, "Sorry, Coke and Pepsi." The two soft-drink giants are big spenders on Super Bowl ads, and Pepsi also is sponsoring the halftime show.