Headlines: Kat McPhee Co-Hosts Super Bowl Special

CBS will air two Super Bowl commercial specials before Super B – First up, Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials 2016 will air Tuesday, Feb. 2 from 8–10 p.m. ET, and will count down the 50 best Super Bowl commercials of the last 50 years. The special will be hosted by CBS Sports analyst Boomer Esiason and Scorpion star Katharine McPhee, who will reveal the rankings decided upon by a team of Time Inc.’s top editors and writers. The top two spots, however, will be decided by viewers, and the top two commercials will be posted on CBS.com at the beginning of the broadcast, allowing anyone to vote for their favorite. – Entertainment Weekly

Hundreds turn out for ‘Voice’ winner Sawyer Fredericks in Clarksville – “Yes, I’m a big Ray LaMontagne fan,” Fredericks said with a smile. “After ‘The Voice’ experience, I kinda have an idea of what my style is, it’s singer/songwriter. What I was singing on the show wasn’t completely me, because I was doing so many covers.” Fredericks talked about his decision to sing “Man of Constant Sorrow” for his audition, a decision and performance that made all four ‘Voice’ coaches turn around, and gave him a chance to work with Pharrell Williams. “I knew that song my whole life, and I loved the movie ‘Oh Brother, Where Art Thou,’” Fredericks said. – Read more at The Leaf Chronicle

Ex-‘American Idol’ Lee DeWyze at home at Elk Grove tree-lighting – Pam Brunnett came in from Boston, joining fellow DeWyze enthusiasts Kelly Peet, of St. Paul, Kirsten Petersen, of Palatine, and Thea Wasil, of Bolingbrook. The group became friends through their shared appreciation for the singer-songwriter who was famously working in a paint store in Mount Prospect, his hometown, when he entered the singing competition. “We travel all over,” said Petersen, who boasted that she’s seen DeWyze perform more than 60 times. “We saw him in California this year. We’re going to Ohio.” “This is my 47th show,” added Peet. “He’s so passionate about what he does, whether there’s 10 fans or 1,000.” – Be nice. Some of these peeps are readers…;) – Read more at Chicago Tribune

Amanda Vanstone lashes out at Bindi Irwin: ‘She’s not the only kid whose father has died’ – AMANDA Vanstone may have found herself a whole new legion of critics after her comments about Bindi Irwin on Channel Nine’s panel show The Verdict last night. Host Karl Stefanovic congratulated Irwin on her US Dancing With The Stars win, saying: “I wanted to end on something light and fun and given what she’s been through, my feel good story is Bindi Irwin up there on the stage over there in America dancing up a storm, god love her. But Ms Vanstone, a former immigration minister, couldn’t see what all the fuss was about and was having none of it. “Give me a break,” she said. “She’s not the only kid whose father has died. My father died when I was young; it happens to lots of kids. It doesn’t make her special. – Read more at news.com.au

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