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Andy Cohen is taking you out to the ball game. Cohen broadcast from Sunday’s MLB All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game at PETCO Park in San Diego, playing shortstop for the National Team and mingling with the VIP players. Even … Continued
From Opening Night to Radio Row, on-air to the photobooth, athletes and celebrities to Grumpy Cat and a babymonkeypug, SiriusXM presents our favorite photos from Super Bowl 50. [gallery type=”rectangular” ids=”56903,56904,56905,56908,56910,56911,56912,56914,56915,56916,56917,56918,56919,56938,56951,56934,56935,56936,56937,56939,56941,56943,56945,56946,56947,56948,56958,56949,56967,56953,56954,56957,56959,56969,56960,56970,56961,56966,56968,56973,56974,56983,56977,56980,56978,56979,56984,56985,56988,56987,57013,57012,57014,57015,57016,57017,57032,57031,57033,57030,57048,57049,57050,57053,57054,57055,57059,57057,57056,57060,57061,57075,57076″]
Go on and celebrate with a little touchdown dance – it’s Super Bowl season. The Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos take over Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. on Feb. 7, with the Lombardi Trophy and Super Bowl 50 at … Continued
Jay Leno, a longtime host of late night television, was on the receiving end of questions this time around on SiriusXM’s Town Hall series. Hosted by The Foxxhole‘s Jamie Foxx, the latest installment of the series took place right in Leno’s garage. … Continued
He acts. He sings. He dances. AND he’s funny! The entertainer dropped by Shade 45’s Sway in the Morning to promote his new album Hollywood, in stores May 18 and share stories from his life as an entertainer and celebrity. Since launching his … Continued
From Radio Row broadcasts on SiriusXM NFL Radio, to “Mad Dog” Chris Russo, and even to the biggest stars from the world of entertainment, SiriusXM’s airwaves will be jam-packed Super Bowl week, starting now and running up to Sunday’s Big … Continued
Last week on The Foxxhole, Jamie Foxx relayed Scottie Pippen‘s all-time NBA starting five to his audience. “He said his No. 1 would be LeBron James at point. He had Magic at first, he said ‘No, I’m going [with James],’” … Continued