ROLL CALL: Who Designed Madonna's Super Bowl Halftime Looks?
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Super Looks: Madonna rocked the Super Bowl Halftime show on Sunday – with the help of Nicki Minaj, M.I.A, LMFAO and Cee Lo Green – but who helped Madonna turn it out when it came to her Egyptian-inspired looks? According to Us Weekly, the singer’s three different looks were designed by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy Haute Couture and her headdress was designed by Philip Treacy. “People say everything has a limit, but limits do not exist with Madonna,” designer Tisci said in a statement. Also, despite reports that Madge was sporting earrings owned by the late Elizabeth Taylor, a rep for Bulgari told Access Hollywood that the singer’s golden earrings are from the jewelers current High Jewelry Collection.
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Singer’s Super Bowl Snacks: When you’re prepping to perform in front of millions, you’re bound to get a little hungry. Us Weekly reported that Madge ordered 50 pizzas from Papa John’s everyday while she rehearsed in Indianapolis for the big show. But Madonna, who reportedly also prepared for the show by using a hydraulic yoga mat in her hotel room, wasn’t munching on an unhealthy pie. The superstar is said to have only ordered a veggie pizza with no cheese for herself.
The Other Blonde At The Bowl: Madonna wasn’t the only blond singer enjoying some time at the Super Bowl. Check out how Jessica Simpson celebrated Super Bowl Sunday, HERE!
Kim Is Done With The NFL: And in news sure to put many NFL players at ease, Kim Kardashian made news yesterday after a TMZ report surfaced claiming that she is done dating football players. So, all those Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow rumors can officially be put to bed. After her 2010 split with Reggie Bush, the reality star reportedly lost her taste for football players. As TMZ points out, baseball, hockey, tennis, soccer and golf players — you’ve been put on notice!
-By Jesse Spero
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