Model Gisele Bundchen was spotted leaving the Alexander Wangfashion show in New York City. She made a surprise appearance over the weekend on the runway during New York’s Fashion Week.
The supermodel was intentionally left off the roster. She closed the Alexander Wang show, strutting her stuff to crowds of cheering fans.
Gisele has remained out of the limelight since her comments following her husband’s Super Bowl loss.
In a video captured by theinsider.com after the game, Bundchen said, “My husband cannot (expletive) throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times.”
Christina Aguilera stopped by the ‘Ellen Degeneres Show’ and opened up about her now-famous Super Bowl performance in an interview that will air today.
She said, “I had been singing that song my entire life. I was the youngest anthem singer in my hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. I sang for the “Steelers” when I was this big (as a child.) I think 7 or 8 years old. I would sing for them. I think had a moment where I was at the “Super bowl” at 30 years old. I took in the moment a little bit too much. Shoot me for appreciating the moment but here I am at the “Super bowl”…singing for a team and in front of the world. And remembering what it was like to be that young and look where I made it now. And then it was like, oh. That night I knew, I just made myself a Trivial Pursuit question…In 2011 what female singer, ya know, flubbed the lyrics. It’s just insane. But I have a really good laugh about it and you get over things. You get back up again and you just prove to yourself and to everyone you that much stronger.”
Gotta feel for the girl. I can’t image the pressure of singing the National Anthem in front of millions of people. It’s bad enough to mess it up – but even worse to be crucified in public for it!
Who would have thought the worst part of the Super Bowl would have been the Black Eyed Peas half time show? It was terrible, that’s what most news outlets are reporting.
There was a lot of effort put into the show – but it didn’t really pay off. The end result looked as if they were trying too hard. There were a few microphone issues – and a few lyrics issues. I wish they would have gone out there and done something exciting and new. It just fell flat, in my opinion.
They sang songs that we’re all tired of, by now. I found myself saying – “Ugh, not this song again!”. Usher made a one-song appearance, and Slash came onstage long enough for Fergie to butcher “Sweet Child O’ Mine.” It was painful to watch.
From Pop Eater: “There is little doubt that this will go down in the history books as a massive fail. There is a reason that legends like The Who and The Rolling Stones serve a Super Bowl audience well. They know what they’re doing in a Texas-sized stadium. Let’s see what they’re doing next year.”
From the Washington Post: “Sweet Child O’ Mine” will now forever be associated with Fergie doing a half-hearted snake dance with furry man-creature Slash. Somewhere, Axl Rose is weeping.”
Christina Aguilera started off the Super Bowl yesterday by singing the National Anthem, problem was, she blew a few lines during the live performance.
Only a minute into her performance, she messed up the words. Instead of singing “O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming” she improvised “What so proudly we watched at the twilight’s last reaming.”
“This was the biggest performance of her career and she blew it,” an unnamed source with a VIP view said. “To mess up the lyrics was a disaster.” Another described a kind of “hush” falling over the stadium as everyone looked at each other in disbelief.
Aguilera was described as being “devastated” when she went backstage after her performance.
Christina told the Associated Press, “I got so caught up in the moment of the song that I lost my place. I can only hope that everyone could feel my love for this country and that the true spirit of its anthem still came through.”
The guest list for President Barack Obama’s White House Super Bowl party includes entertainers Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony as well as elected leaders from the teams’ home states, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
A White House spokesman said Thursday that about 100 people have been invited, including White House staff, family and friends and other members of Congress.
The actress is a bit shocked at the invite. She said the following, according to X17 Online:
“I can’t believe it! I don’t know, maybe that’s why I don’t want to talk about it. I don’t even feel like it’s real!”
It’s not really an invite you can turn down, is it. Call me crazy, but that doesn’t sound like the most fun atmosphere for a Super Bowl party!