M&V Photo Page: Super Bowl XLII Parties Edition

Celebs and Jocks (and Supermodels) Mingle in the Desert for the NFL's Big Game

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Actress Kate Hudson and Audi's VP-marketing, Scott Keogh, attend the Kate Hudson and "Fool's Gold" cocktail reception at the Audi Forum Phoenix on Feb. 2. | Photo: Chris Polk/WireImage

PHOENIX -- Playboy partnered with Cuervo Black, Corona and Jet One Jets to throw Playboy's Super Saturday Night for the ninth consecutive year during Super Bowl weekend. (From l. to r.) Larry Schwartz, president, U.S. Spirits, Diageo; Playboy editor in chief Hugh Hefner; and Ivan Menezes, president, Diageo, North America. | Photo: James Trevenen/Playboy

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Football legend Joe Montana along with hundreds of volunteers from the Phoenix area help AMP Energy Drink supply "human energy" by pedaling 42 stationary bikes over 40 hours at the Westgate Mall in Glendale, AZ. on Jan. 31. The cyclists were able to generate enough energy to power the Fox broadcast through 30 minutes of its live Super Bowl pre-game show. | Photo: Chris Polk/WireImage

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Models Selita Ebanks, Karolina Kurkova and Adriana Lima attend Victoria's Secret "What Is Sexy?" party during Super Bowl weekend at the Taste Ultra Lounge on Feb. 2. The marketer ran a 30-second spot during the Super Bowl. | Photo: Alexandra Wyman/WireImage

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Maxim magazine kicked off Super Bowl weekend at the grand opening of Stone Rose at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort on Feb. 1. On hand were Maxim Editorial Director James Kaminsky, Cindy Crawford, Stone Rose owner Rande Gerber, and Maxim Group Publisher Rob Gregory. | Photo: Michael Buckner/WireImage

Also at the Maxim party, Under Armour products were on prominent display. | Photo: Alexandra Wyman/WireImage
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