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InTouch Weekly Senior Editor Kim Serafin recapped Bobby Brown’s “Today” interview in which he claimed that he was not responsible for Whitney Houston’s drug abuse.

Serafin also talked about the new global campaign that Pepsi is set to launch with Michael Jackson’s name, likeness, and music.

It was a surreal moment for Yonkers, NY-emcee Outasight when he heard, “Tonight is the Night” on a Pepsi commercial that featured some of music’s biggest stars, from Michael Jackson to Britney Spears.

“The first time I saw it, I definitely got the chills,” the artist, born Richard Andrew, told me via telephone on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” “Just to be a part of something so cool and so incredible… I just feel honored.”

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The commercial airs during “The X-Factor,” Simon Cowell’s latest import from across the pond to FOX. Outasight is currently on the road and about to support Gym Class Heroes on tour. But, the emcee did catch the first couple of episodes on TV.

“It was really good,” he said of the reality show. “It seemed like there was some really good talent on the show so, we’ll see how it all turns out.”

Outasight is launching his career a little more traditionally, with his touring schedule combined with the Pepsi campaign and the release of free mixtapes via the Internet. The latter method is interesting given that a lot of artists stop giving away free music once they land on a major label. Not the case for Outasight, who is signed to Warner Brothers Records.

“(WB is) super cool,” the singer said of his record label allowing him to offer free downloads. “Yunno, today’s market, the way music is released, mixtapes are kind of like a really great medium for artists to get out there and get exposure, or thank fans, or reward fans and gain new fans.”

In Outasight’s case, he’s hoping to accomplish all of the above. So far, so good.

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Why did “Idol” contestant James Durbin’s comments offend Michael Jackson’s family? TMZ’s Nicki Fertile explained on “The Ralphie Radio Show.”

Catch Nicki on TMZ TV, local listings here.

The E*Trade Baby has a friend!

Best of the night wasn’t funny – but was insightful… props to Pepsi’s “Forever Young”

The girl in this is from Mountain Top!

Speaking of Doritos, loved this one, except for the end…

Back to a local flavor – the guy that gets tackled in this is a stunt double from Plains!

Overall, I thought the commericials were OKAY. Bud Light had a couple good ones as well. Very cool that a couple had local people in them.

Plaxico Burress is the New York Giants wide receiver who accidently shot himself in the leg, subsequently shooting his team’s Super Bowl aspirations out the door. So when I hit up Wal-Mart to find this, I was quite amused.

These are special edition Pepsi bottles for the Super Bowl. Don’t hurt yourself with one of these. You certainly won’t find it in my pocket.

don’t get me wrong, i didn’t party too hard last night. i’ve drank and eaten much more during and after yankees victories (11 days til pitchers and catchers report!). still, it’s the super bowl. and for the first time in three years, i didn’t have to work through it.

why wouldn’t i take full advantage of this situation?

marino and i headed inside the woodlands. besides the giants fans among us, there were the infamous buffalo bites, dj godfather’s homemade (and free) pizza, and of course, dollar drinks from 7-9.

furthermore (and maybe the best part of the entire deal) – no mess to clean up afterwards.

so we cheered and jeered as the giants and patriots battled, and laughed in between at some of the commercials, all of which can be viewed here.

a few of my personal favorites can be viewed below…
Justin Timberlake’s PEPSI Superbowl Commercial

Diet Pepsi Max Super Bowl Ad: Wake Up People Ginseng & Caffeine

Doritos Super Bowl Commercial: Giant Mouse Trap

Gatorade G2 Super Bowl Commercial: Derek Jeter

for the most part, this year’s super bowl commercials were entertaining.

although, for everyone sitting in the streamside, we only needed to see this to make our nights…

and with that, a great start to new england’s sports year. now, on to the point of this post.

go here, and sign the petition. who wouldn’t be in favor of a national holiday the day after the super bowl?

don’t get me wrong, i didn’t party too hard last night. i’ve drank and eaten much more during and after yankees victories (11 days til pitchers and catchers report!). still, it’s the super bowl. and for the first time in three years, i didn’t have to work through it.

why wouldn’t i take full advantage of this situation?

marino and i headed inside the woodlands. besides the giants fans among us, there were the infamous buffalo bites, dj godfather’s homemade (and free) pizza, and of course, dollar drinks from 7-9.

furthermore (and maybe the best part of the entire deal) – no mess to clean up afterwards.

so we cheered and jeered as the giants and patriots battled, and laughed in between at some of the commercials, all of which can be viewed here.

a few of my personal favorites can be viewed below…
Justin Timberlake’s PEPSI Superbowl Commercial

Diet Pepsi Max Super Bowl Ad: Wake Up People Ginseng & Caffeine

Doritos Super Bowl Commercial: Giant Mouse Trap

Gatorade G2 Super Bowl Commercial: Derek Jeter

for the most part, this year’s super bowl commercials were entertaining.

although, for everyone sitting in the streamside, we only needed to see this to make our nights…

and with that, a great start to new england’s sports year. now, on to the point of this post.

go here, and sign the petition. who wouldn’t be in favor of a national holiday the day after the super bowl?