So, believe it or not, celebrities go to Super Bowl parties. Crazy, right? Next thing you're gonna tell ms 8 million bloggers will be here this week.
Here are some of the names name-dropped in just one e-mail, concerning various events at the 944 Magazine Super Village in Scottsdale:
Velvet Revolver, Wyclef Jean, Juliette and The Licks, Paul Oakenfold, Matt Leinart, Pamela Anderson, Kristin Cavallari, Michael Irvin, Shannon Sharpe, Michael Smith, Surprise Grammy Award-winning act, Nick Markakis (RF, Baltimore Orioles), Mark Teixeira (1B, Atlanta Braves), Leandro Barbosa (G, Phoenix Suns), Alando Tucker (F, Phoenix Suns), DJ Strawberry (G, Phoenix Suns), Alec Baldwin, Ray Liotta, Ray Romano, Woody Harrelson, Shannon Elizabeth, Hank Azaria, Mike Epps, Jason Alexander, Cheryl Hines, Boomer Esiason, Chris "Jesus" Ferguson, Annie Duke, Phil Laak "The Unibomber," Jennifer Tilly, Antonio Esfandiari, Layne Flack, Jerry Yang, Howard Lederer, Juliette Lewis, Scott Weiland, Slash, Duff McKagan, Matt Sorum, Larry Johnson.
D.J. Strawberry! Dang! I would have brought nicer clothes!
And the Arizona Republic could not possibly be more excited about this prospect of famous people coming to town:
Who would have ever thought suburban Scottsdale was ready for an urban party scene that includes shows by P. Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Kid Rock and 50 Cent?
But bring Super Bowl XLII to Glendale on Sunday and all of a sudden the Valley's other 'dale - Scottsdale - with its emerging downtown and flashy nightclubs gets a double shot of Belvedere to juice its entertainment district.
In honor of that last sentence, here's a recipe for a Watermelon juice and Belvedere martini. Let's call it "The Other 'Dale."
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