We don't know if the Seahawks or the Broncos will be victorious at this weekend's Super Bowl XLVIII, but we do know Bruno Mars will likely put forth a winning performance. We commend Pepsi's choice of performer as Super Bowl halftime shows have a tendency to be uniquely horrifying mashups of pop culture that are as awkward and uncomfortable to watch as they are compelling for their overwhelming awfulness. How bad could they really be? Let us count the ways. Following up yesterday's bottom five on our list with Part 1, we bring you our top five of the 10 most ridiculous Super Bowl Halftime Shows ever, from Bryan Boitano gracefully figure skating on the fifty yard line to M.I.A. flipping America the bird, and of course nipplegate.
Justin Timberlake, Steven Tyler, Britney Spears, 2001 Super Bowl [via]
We don't know if the Broncos or the Seahawks will be victorious at this weekend's Super Bowl XLVIII, but we do know Bruno Mars will probably put forth a winning performance. We commend Pepsi's choice of performer as Super Bowl halftime shows have a tendency to be uniquely horrifying mashups of pop culture that are as awkward and uncomfortable to watch as they are compelling for their overwhelming awfulness. How bad could they really be? Let us count the ways. Here are five of the top 10 most ridiculous Super Bowl Halftime Shows ever, from Prince passionately stroking his "guitar" to N'SYNC trying to rap with Aerosmith. Yes, yes they did.
Blue Plate Oysterette's famous Lobster Roll and RivaBella's Lasagne Nonna Elvira shown above are just two of the delicious entree offerings in this winter edition of dineLA's Restaurant Week. You have until Friday to swoop in on the incredible deals for killer multi-course meals at the city's finest dining establishments and we urge you to feast it up. So do yourself a favor and check out our guide to the best dineLA restaurants to hit while you still can. Your wallet and taste buds will be ever so grateful. More»
Last night, a slew of Hollywood's best dressed ladies stepped out in exceptional style to support a very worthy cause at the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer Benefit. With event chairs Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth, it's no surprise they were able to wrangle an A-list group of guests to help raise funds for Stand Up To Cancer's research programs. From floral jumpsuits to leather dresses, click through to see who rocked our top seven looks of the night (plus where to score the styles!) in today's Best Dressed Guests.
Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Dave Grohl, and other music stars join Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney on stage for A Grammy Salute To The Beatles event; Zac Efron, Taylor Swift, Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller, and more attend the premiere and after party for That Awkward Moment; Jessica Alba, Neil Patrick Harris, Gwyneth Paltrow, and others from Hollywood's A-list attend the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer fundraiser hosted by Reese Witherspoon—catch up on Monday and Tuesday's top L.A. events with this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Named #5 on the The New York Times' list of 52 places to visit in 2014 for its booming food and restaurant scene, Downtown Los Angeles welcomes yet another eatery with the arrival of Food Haus Cafe. Take a look inside the brand new comfort food haven's grand opening celebration on Friday night where hundreds of guests enjoyed party tunes while sampling endless tasty treats off the menu.
Saturday night held the debut of the largest show comprised of cat-inspired art with the opening reception for the aptly titled Cat Art Show Los Angeles at 101/exhibit in Hollywood. Curated by journalist Susan Michals and Daniel Salin, the event displayed the works of over 60 artists, including Shepard Fairey, Mark Ryden, Tracey Emin and Tim Biskup, where guests got a first look at the pieces exploring the feline's form and psychology.
Katy Perry, John Mayer, Kat Graham, and others stop by the Universal Music Group After Party at the Ace Hotel; Pharrell Williams, Stevie Nicks, Les Moones, Smokey Robinson, and other industry insiders attend Sony Music Group's Post-Grammy Reception; Nile Rodgers performs for Kate Beckinsale, Chris Martin, Miles Teller, and many more at Warner Music Group's late night celebration—take a peek inside all the top festivities that followed the big show in this Grammy after parties roundup.
Food and finer things lovers, rejoice! It's that time of the year again for indulging in scrumptious prix-fixe multi-course meals from some of the finest and most delicious dining establishments in L.A. The winter edition of dineLA's Restaurant Week has returned for 12 days (through Friday, January 31st) of mouthwatering menus carefully designed to best showcase restaurants' cuisines at a set price that happens to be much more wallet-friendly than what it would usually cost. With over 250 of L.A.'s most buzzed-about newcomers and well-established fixtures participating, the restaurant selection process can be a bit overwhelming. Therefore, we've narrowed down the list to the top restaurants in various locations and cuisine categories that we think, for the sake of your taste buds, are surely not to be missed during this edition of dineLA.
Wednesday, March 12
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.