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Super Bowl 2016

How Lady Gaga Plans to “Push the Envelope” at Super Bowl Halftime Show

The pop icon promises to deliver a showstopping stunner at Super Bowl 2017.

Donatella Versace on Bruno Mars’ Super Bowl Look: “We Had to Work Fast”

"When you're making a look that will be seen by millions all over the world, you need a message that's bold and strong," adds the Italian designer.

Super Bowl 50: Which Movie Trailers Generated the Most Buzz

'Jason Bourne' kicked up the most conversation on social media, but 'Captain America,' 'X-Men' and more also had Twitter and Facebook talking.

Super Bowl 50’s #HotRef on Newfound Fame: “The Guys in the Locker Room Were Giving Me Some Business”

"It was one of those things when it happened, I thought, 'Oh it's just a couple tweets,' but then it got that momentum. It started blowing up."

Maroon 5 Responds to Taraji P. Henson’s Coldplay Super Bowl Mix-Up

"Thanks for loving our performance from our seats at #SB50," the band jokingly tweets at the 'Empire' star on Monday.

Budweiser Says It Didn’t Have a Deal With Peyton Manning for Name Drop

That mention, at that moment, was worth more than $1.6 million in brand recognition value, according to tracking firm.

Super Bowl 50: Apple Martin and Blue Ivy Chilled Out Pre-Game in Bomber Jackets

And Moses Martin designed Chris’ kicks.

Beyonce’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Criticized by Rudy Giuliani as “Attack” on Police

"Let's have, you know, decent wholesome entertainment, and not use it as a platform to attack the people who, you know, put their lives at risk to save us."

Cindy Crawford and James Corden Re-Create Iconic 1992 Pepsi Ad

"Is that a great new Pepsi can, or what?"

Colonial Williamsburg Criticized for 9/11 Image in Super Bowl Ad

'Saturday Night Live's' Taran Killam is one of those not happy with the TV spot.

Super Bowl Synch Report 2016: Classic Rock, Hip-Hop Score Big In Another Record Year

The top four music publishers reported another banner year in commercial “synch” licenses.

Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick Act Out Sports Movies in Post-Super Bowl ‘Late Late Show’

James Corden's guests acted out four of the 'Rocky' films, 'Field of Dreams,' 'The Karate Kid' and more for CBS' post-Super Bowl show.