03:32 PM EDT 02/05/2014
Originally posted 02/02/2014 07:00PM
Super Bowl XLVIII 's first viral star emerged before the kickoff in the form of a fuzzy Joe Namath.
Originally posted 02/02/2014 06:50PM
In case you missed it: The Seattle Seahawks claimed victory over the Denver Broncos 43-8.
But enough about that.
As Super Bowl frenzy took over, even celebs got their heads in the game on Sunday. From Hugh Jackman to Adriana Lima, celebs took to Twitter and Instagram, whether they were in the stands or their own living rooms.
Originally posted 01/30/2014 04:00PM
Macklemore is bringing his Grammys good luck to the Super Bowl.
Originally posted 01/28/2014 01:45PM
Fresh from their four wins at the Grammys, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis credit famous fan Ellen DeGeneres with helping make "Same Love" a hit.
"We have a lot of praise to show you, because this was the first time that we ever performed live on television," Macklemore, 30, told DeGeneres Tuesday's episoe of her talk show. "You got behind 'Same Love' before anybody else did. Before it was a radio song, before it was out there with the video on MTV, you were behind it."
The duo first appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2012, when they performed "Same Love" – a gay rights anthem that went viral on YouTube – with vocalist Mary Lambert. Since then, the comedian has been a big advocate for their success. Macklemore and Lewis have sold 1.3 million albums and garnered more than 900 million YouTube views, impressive feats considering they are independent artists without a music label.
Originally posted 01/28/2014 07:45AM
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Originally posted 01/28/2014 07:45AM
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Originally posted 01/27/2014 04:00PM
As a rapper who got his start on Youtube, it makes sense that Macklemore turned to social media to speak his latest message.
Macklemore, in a total Macklemore move, texted fellow MC Kendrick Lamar to apologize for beating him at Sunday night's Grammy awards. As the only white artist nominated in the best rap album category, Macklemore triumphed over Lamar's critically acclaimed debut Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City, as well as albums by Drake, Jay Z and Kanye West.
Originally posted 01/27/2014 02:20PM
As per usual, music's biggest night felt more like a concert-fashion show hybrid than an awards ceremony. The most famous faces in entertainment flocked to the Staples Center for Sunday's Grammy Awards to tip their hats (sometimes literally) to industry peers and drink in all of the action (out of the ultimate sippy cup, no less).
Originally posted 01/26/2014 11:45PM
var brightcovePhotoVideoID = '3110337415001'; var PhotoVideoButtonCaption = 'PLAY'; In a moving Grammys first, 33 couples proved they all share the "Same Love."
Originally posted 01/26/2014 01:10PM
They all do. Equally.
Amid the musical acts set for Sunday night's Grammy Awards, the biggest showstopper of all may be the live, on-air wedding of 34 couples.
During Macklemore & Ryan Lewis's performance of their hit "Same Love" (for which they'll be joined by Madonna), diverse couples – including gay, straight, of different ages and races – will wed, the New York Times reports. And Queen Latifah will officiate.
The weddings "will be in our minds the ultimate statement of equality, that all the couples are entitled to the same exact thing," Lewis said.
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