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Super Bowl 51 Media Night Brings Out All the Weirdos and B-List Celebrity Reporters (Pics)

by: Esteban On  Tuesday, January 31, 2017

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Super Bowl media day is always a circus. Traditional news outlets send traditional reporters to ask traditional questions. However, nontraditional outlets do anything and everything they can think of to stand out, including hiring scantily clad women or B-list celebrities as reporters, or just having “regular” reporters wear ridiculous costumes.

Of course, this year the NFL rebranded Super Bowl media day as “Super Bowl Opening Night.” But the event was as bananas as always.

Olympic superstar Simone Biles was there as a celebrity reporter, probably just because people wanted to see her standing next to 6’6″ 350-pound giants:

 

Comedian J.B. Smoove was also there:

As was Jimmy Kimmel sidekick Guillermo:

 

And untalented Manning Brother Cooper was there…dressed in a money suit:

 

As for weirdos, here’s somebody (Wes Welker?) wearing that creepy Tom Brady mask:

There was also this Austrian TV crew, dressed up as Cinderella and Prince Charming:

 

Only, yeah, it turned out that Cinderella was a dude:

Then there was this guy dressed up as the other guy from Good Burger…or maybe it actually was the other guy from Good Burger:

 

And, last but not least, there was this guy, who apparently is not a big fan of Brock Osweiler:

I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to hear what the guy in the giant red cowboy hat had to say about Super Bowl 51.

Hat Tip – [The Score]



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