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Three weeks prior to Super Bowl XLV, Justin Bieber Tweeted that he was filming a commercial, couldn't really tell followers what it entailed, but "when you guys find out it's gonna be funny as heck."

We found out last night. And the singer was correct. How so? This photo pretty much says it all.

In the Best Buy ad, Justin is featured in contrast to Ozzy Osbourne, who is out of touch with the latest technology. At the conclusion of the spot, the aging rocker asks:"What's a Bieber?!" A short, seemingly old man replies: "I don't know. It kind of looks like a girl."

But take a very close look below at the identity of the old man. Take away the beard, and the scraggly hair and who do you have?

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We know two people who weren't engrossed in Super Bowl commercials or the action on the field. A-Rod and Cameron Diaz were getting cozy in Big D!

There are celebrity sightings, and there's this.

A-Rod Pic

The image of the actress hand-feeding her Yankees slugger boyfriend a snack in their luxury box has officially been burned into our brains ... and hopefully those of Alex Rodriguez's Yankee teammates when he reports for Spring Training:

Cameron Diaz and Alex Rodriguez at the Super Bowl. What a douche.

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Once again failing to realize that normal people face consequences of their actions, Lindsay Lohan believes that other people are simply out to ruin her.

She will be charged with felony grand theft this week. Maybe it was, as she claims, a misunderstanding. But it doesn't just happen if people dislike you.

Lohan says she's become an easy target for people looking to hurt her, telling pals, "People just don't believe me and know I'm in a vulnerable position."

Lindsay the Rock Star

Lohan thinks the jewelry store owner accusing her of stealing a $2,500 necklace is seizing the moment by concocting a story that Lindsay stole the piece.

Lindsay insists it was loaned to her.

Despite the difficult of proving she knowingly planned to steal the piece and then executed that plan, the D.A. is likely to file charges as soon as today.

And, while she insists she's a victim, LiLo is "very nervous" about the prospect of returning to jail, telling people that "Nothing is worth going back."

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Volkswagen didn't go for cheap laughs or celebrity stunts during last night's Super Bowl.

Instead, the car maker aimed straight for heart in the following spot, featuring a child dressed up as Darth Vader, trying his hardest to produce The Force.

It didn't work on his dog, however, or on the washing machine or on a stationary bike. But then the boy's father arrived home, pulled his vehicle into the driveway and... see for yourself. The final reaction shot may be the most adorable scene in commercial history:

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It's more than just a championship-deciding football game and a platform for companies to sell their latest products via untalented sex symbols and/or funny exchanges.

The Super Bowl also marks the first real glimpse we get at upcoming summer blockbusters, almost all of which these days are remakes of one kind or another.

Case in point: Captain America. Based on the Marvel Comic, the movie stars Chris Evans as "The First Avenger" and swoops into theaters on July 22. Tommy Lee Jones and Stanley Tucci also play keys roles, as previewed here. Will you be lining up for a ticket?

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Lea Michele stepped to the microphone prior to Super Bowl XLV last night and avoided all controversy.

She didn't forget the lyrics to a patriotic classic, nor did she wear a top conservatives could deem as "irresponsible."

Instead, the actress simply reminded us all why she earned such praise on Broadway and why she anchors one of the most popular shows on TV: an incredible singing voice. Listen to it shine on "America the Beautiful" now:

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Overtly sexual ads shoved down our throats is not exactly rare (see last night's Kim Kardashian Super Bowl commercial), but Faith Hill threw us for a bit of a loop.

With Valentine's Day fast approaching, the country singer's spot for Teleflora played out very sweetly ... before throwing a crude one-liner in America's lap.

The upside? Because it's Faith Hill, the punchline was unexpected and well executed. The downside? It's Faith Hill. The straight-laced star's fans may disapprove.

What do you think? Funny and harmless, or too far? Check it out ...

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Spencer Pratt is done with reality TV and headline-seeking gimmicks.

LOL. We'll believe that when we see it, but that's what he's claiming.

Instead, "I want to be an FBI agent, or work in homeland security or intelligence," the former Hills star said. "I've given up TV, and would love to be an FBI agent."

Spencer Pratt with a Gun

FBI MATERIAL? Of course, there's the small matter of Spencer not having his B.A. He says he's just a few credits short of a degree in Political Science from USC.

"Those ads that pop up when you sign on the computer that say, 'Do you want to work for the FBI, all you need is a college degree.' I was like, I don't have that."

"I came so close to getting my degree, that I can't believe I didn't finish. It's going to be really weird to be at school again. I know it will be hard to blend in."

"Just going to the college store with [Heidi Montag] to get my books for summer school was a challenge," he says, expecting us to take this seriously.

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Kim Kardashian did what she does best during her Super Bowl XLV commercial for Sketchers last night:

The reality star wore very little clothing and flirted with men. She sent a bad message at the same time, telling viewers that you don't need a personal trainer as long as you walk around in these sneakers.

Go ahead and try that, people. Eschew working out for a type of footwear. See how far it gets you.

What did you think of the ad? Cute and effective? Or predictable and lame?

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Hyped as Super Bowl commercials may be, most are gimmicky and quite forgettable. Chrysler's effort featuring the Motor City's own Eminem was anything but.

Two minutes of gritty footage set to the rapper's "Lose Yourself" served as both an homage to Detroit's past and a look to the future in introducing the Chrysler 200.

Moving doesn't usually describe ads during football, but it sure applies here as the iconic American brand - and city - defiantly picks itself up off the mat.

With an assist from Eminem and a gospel choir, this is a bad ass commercial ...

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