Sunday is Game Day, and no matter which team they’re rooting for, we know for certain that your favorite celebrities will be watching in serious style. Whether they’re down in the Big Easy or watching the big game from LA or NYC, it’s all about the flat screens, gourmet food and free-flowing libations.
But before they settle in to the couches for kickoff, they’ll all be partying. Where will the best Super Bowl bashes take place? And who will be there? Read on!
Michael Strahan and Erin Andrews
These two red-hot sports figures will co-host the Third Annual Casa de Don Julio Sports and Entertainment Dinner at the Audi Forum Saturday night. While rubbing elbows with the crème of the sports world, they’ll be treated to a surprise musical performance from a major name. Stay tuned to see who it is!
Neil Patrick Harris, Maria Menounos
Along with a host of other famous movie and TV folks, these two host extraordinaires are expected at the always-rockin’ Maxim Party, presented by Patron Tequila. Others on the guest list include 50 Cent, Peter Facinelli, and Paul Wesley.
Alicia Keys’s better half will be hosting at 1 Oak Nightclub, which, for the seventh year in a row, is partnering with celebrity powerhouse firm Talent Resources Sports. In a refreshingly healthy spin, the Feb. 2 bash is being sponsored by LOGIC Electronic Cigarettes. A-list fans of 1 Oak include Katy Perry, Kanye West, and Diddy.
Ladies man and funny-man David Arquette will be — where else? — at the Playboy party. With 20 Playmates to ogle as eye candy, guests will be sipping the night away on Crown Royal Whiskey Cocktails. And they’ll have the chance to give back in the Crown Royal Heroes Project, for which VIPs will donate snacks and other goodies to send to our nation’s troops.
Tom Welling, Stacy Keibler
We can’t say for sure where these two will be watching the Big Game this year, but we know they’re major fans of The Ainsworth locations — an upscale set of sports lounges which cater to a more sophisticated clientele. Paige Hospitality CEO Matt Shendell’s recommended Super Bowl snack? “Teriyaki chicken, tuna tacos and the Ainsworth Burger,” he tells Wetpaint Entertainment.