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13Nov
2009
13

The Who Chosen To Perform At The Super Bowl

Pete Townshend and Roger Daltry of The Who | Starpulse.com
Pete Townshend and Roger Daltry of The Who | Starpulse.com

Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey of The Who | Starpulse.com

The Who was announced as the performers at this years Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl this year will be in Miami where it will be 3 years since the last Super Bowl was played there as Prince gave a Super Bowl performance to end all Super Bowl performances.

I am not excited that The Who was chosen. The day after the Super Bowl, I am going to petetion hard for Bon Jovi to be the halftime show for the Super Bowl in 2011 at Texas Stadium.

Are you ecited that the Who was chosen?-Dr.FB

2Dec
2008
2

Demi Lovato Rocks Out The “Santa Parade”

I am Demi....Fierce. Photo: Wenn.com
I am Demi....Fierce. Photo: Wenn.com

I am Demi....Fierce. Photo: Wenn.com

Fresh off of surprising Texas Stadium on Thanksgiving for a rip-roaring version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the Dallas Cowboys game and then rocking the MGM Grand with the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato made an appearance at the "Santa Parade".

O.K., going to go off topic right now and will most likely do this a lot til December 25th.  The "Santa Parade" used to be called the Hollywood Christmas Parade.  Used to be.

Why the change?  Why do we say Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas?  Does it really offend people or did we just get to dang politically correct.  You say Merry Christmas, she says Happy Hanukkah back, another person says Happy Kwanzaa, another says Happy Festivas, another says I don't celebrate these Holy Daze.  So what? 

I am so politically correct now, I don't say anything til someone says something to me because now I am afraid I am going to offend.  Ok, enough Demi looked great and hope she had fun.-Dr.FB

12Oct
2008
0

Jonas Brothers To Perform At Texas Stadium

The Jonas Brothers Have Plans Thanksgiving.  File Photo
The Jonas Brothers Have Plans Thanksgiving.  File Photo

The Jonas Brothers Have Plans Thanksgiving. File Photo

The Jonas Brothers were announced as halftime act for the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving game. 

Glad it's a bunch of guys this time so we don't have to worry about Tony Romo hitting on them.  A couple of Thanksgivings ago, Romo hooked up with a previous performer, Carrie Underwood. 

After today's overtime loss to the Arizona Cardinals, I am sure halftime performers on females are the last thing on Romo's mind.-Dr.FB