Today in celebrity news: Taye Diggs has apprehended a thief, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles have an awkward run-in in France, and Jennifer Lawrence has a wardrobe malfunction.
Today in celebrity news: Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen look for a place in Manhattan, William and Kate meet some Scottish people, and a real housewife has a real plane problem.
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Today in Sports: Belmont gets its opening line, athletes who drink and drive, and a supportive Miami fan tries real hard to find something positive to say.
Today in sports: Fabio Capello, coach of England's national soccer, quits in messy and public fashion, Brandon Jacobs sort-of apologizes to Gisele Bündchen, and a drug-using Rafael Nadal puppet causes outrage in Spain.
Also: the Jeremy Lin show moves on to D.C. tonight, Duke and North Carolina are playing their least overhyped game in years, and the richest man in Los Angeles has decided he'd also like to buy the Dodgers.
Today in sports: Gisele Bündchen is already blaming husband Tom Brady's receivers for New England's loss, Seattle could be close to landing an NBA team, and expect slow Internet service in London during this summer's Olympics.
Did you miss the Big Game? Or just need to catch up on what everyone is saying about it this morning? Here's a recap of what happened... and what happened after the New York Giants pulled of their big 21-17 victory.
If you're not a sports person, but you want to make some money off this weekend's Super Bowl, why not bet on whether or not Kelly Clarkson will bare her stomach while singing the National Anthem.
Before the Giants and Patriots can take the field, they have to brave an hour on the turf at Lucas Oil stadium with more than 5,000 credentialed reporters -- some of whom want their hair.
Plus: A new study says running backs and quarterbacks suffer the most serious concussions
Plus: The most curious quote from Mark Sanchez's GQ cover
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