Fox’s new dating show “The Choice,” has celebrities listen to non-celebrities pitch themselves for a one-on-one date. Jersey Chasers have the chance to go on a date with Ndamukong Suh, Rob Gronkowski and Warren Sapp… but the show does not make any guarantees that your date won’t stop your foot or fist pump you.
Also, joining the list of potential suitors are Joe Jonas, “American Idol” winner Taylor Hicks, and Jersey Shore” stars Pauly D and Mike Sorrentino. Four celebrities will appear on each episode and blindly chooses a date for the evening after three rounds. “The Choice” premieres June 8.
While you were wondering how the Pittsburgh Steelers could miss that field goal or what Will.i.am was wearing during the halftime show, these are the best commercials of Super Bowl XLV. Congratulations to the Green Bay Packers!
10. Coca-Cola: To think the answer to all of the US and Mexico’s border control problems is a bottle of Coke?
9. Pepsi Max: Only fitting for Pepsi and Coke to round out the first two spots…
8. Best Buy: Some say the Ozzy Osbourne-Justin Bieber commercial may not have lived up to its hype… but not if you have Bieber Fever!
7. CareerBuilder: Business professional monkeys in this economy?
6. Doritos: The first of two Doritos commercials to make TJC Top 10 list
5. Pepsi Max: Though I liked No.9 better than this Pepsi Max commercial, I find it only fitting since this website is called Thejerseychaser.com.
4. Volkswagen Force: The extended commercial for the Volkswagen Force, and might I add may the force be with you.
3. Doritos: USA Today had Doritos’ Pug commercial and our No.6 clip ranked higher, what do you guys think? (more…)
The US Government has shutdown at least 10 websites for illegally streaming sporting events. The crackdown comes with Super Bowl XXLV just four days away. The websites do not stream the content themselves but post links to other illegal websites.
“The illegal streaming of professional sporting events over the Internet deals a financial body blow to the leagues and broadcasters, who are forced to pass their losses off to fans by raising prices for tickets and pay-per-view events,” said Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney in Manhattan. “With the Super Bowl just days away, the seizures of these infringing websites reaffirm our commitment to working with our law enforcement partners to protect copyrighted material and put the people who steal it out of business.”
I take it Bharara doesn’t know Fox is charging $3 million for 30 seconds of commercial time during the Super Bowl… talk about a finical blow!