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With practically the whole world’s eyes glued to the television on Super Bowl Sunday, it has become advertisers time to shine. Super Bowl commercials have become an obsession for the American public. This slideshow highlights the 10 biggest advertisement spenders over the last decade. It comes to no surprise that Coke and Pepsi both crack the top 5.
In a crazy NFL season, the story of the year was Tim Tebow, Tebowing, Tebow Time and just about everything else Tebow. Love him or hate him, there’s no denying the impact he had on the sports world in 2011. In fact, he grabbed the attention of the world at large. It comes as to no surprise that Tebow’s book, “Through my Eyes” is the best selling sports book of the year. And the Tebow train keeps of rolling.
It must be rough being David Beckham. The international soccer superstar, wife of Victoria Beckham of the Spice Girls definitely has it made. His stardom grew in London at an H&M store, when a bronze life-size statue was made of the celebrity. Sign me up for Beckham’s life.
We all remember back in 2004 during the Super Bowl halftime show when Janet Jackson performed with Justin Timberlake and was part of a huge wardrobe malfunction. Unlike Jackson, Madonna has vowed there will be nothing of that sort on Sunday of 2012. Just because she says it doesn’t mean it will be true. We hope not for her sake.
You can also check out Madonna’s new video- HERE!!!
Known as one of the toughest players in NBA history and for having a budding rivalry with Magic Johnson, Larry Bird claims he has only cried three times in his entire life. According to Bird, all three of those times were because of Magic Johnson, as they went back and forth their entire career. However, crying three times in his entire life? I’m not so sure I believe that, Larry.