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Super Bowl 2011: Eminem, Jeremy Piven, Pro Bowl

Posted by on January 31, 2011 at 11:44 AM EST

eminem super bowl 2011Eminem gets cash money for Super Bowl ad, Jeremy Piven weighs in on Ben Roethlisberger and the 2011 Pro Bowl is a snooze fest.

Eminem will be making some extra cash when he is featured in a Lipton Super Bowl ad. Jeremy Piven, star of Entourage and Miley Cyrus’ new BFF gives his Super Bowl 2011 predictions; not a fan of Ben Roethlisberger. The 2011 Pro Bowl aired last night from Hawaii and it was the most boring NFL game I think I have ever seen.

First up are rapper Eminem and his recent deal with Lipton Iced Tea. It turns out that Slim Shady will be making $1 million for a Super Bowl 2011 ad he is featured in. Eminem will appear as a claymation character and will be advertising Lipton Brisk Iced-tea. The man doesn’t even have to appear in person, he gets to voiceover a Play-Doh version of himself and make a million dollars… must be nice.

Jeremy Piven, who starred on the hit HBO show Entourage recently weighed in on the Super Bowl. Piven is caught on camera talking about Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh Steelers) and the cheese heads (Green Bay Packers). Jeremy says now the Super Bowl XLV will be rapist-berger and the cheese-heads. Jeremy Piven then goes on to call the matchup the “cheesy rape burger” which I thought was quite funny. I guess Piven is not a fan of either team in the Super Bowl. Piven is currently working alongside Miley Cyrus in the upcoming flick “So Undercover” and you can see his Rapistberger video over at TMZ.

Last but not least was last night’s 2011 Pro Bowl which was downright boring as hell. All-stars from the NFC and AFC battled it out and the NFC kicked the living hell of out the AFC. The score at half time was 42-0 NFC. During the 2nd half the AFC attempted to come back but fell short as the final score of the Pro Bowl was 55-41. The 55 points by the NFC ties the record for the highest scoring game in Pro Bowl history.



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