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Posted on: February 7, 2012 12:03 pm
 

Maria Menounos loses bet, wears Giants bikini

Maria Menounos lost a bet and had to wear a Giants bikini in Times Square. (Getty Images)
By Will Brinson

Maria Menounos, "Extra" correspondent, is a huge Patriots fan. (At Media Day, she was booed for her allegiance to New England.) And as the result of a bet she lost with colleague A.J. Calloway, she had to wear a Giants bikini in Times Square on Monday during the coverage of the Giants Super Bowl parade.

Had the Patriots won, Calloway would have to wear a Patriots cheerleader outfit in Times Square instead. Needless to say, everyone but Menounos won this bet.

"I hate bets. I'm never doing this again," Menounos said while dropping the white robe that covered the bikini.

It's pretty impressive that she held up her end of the bet, and we can't imagine that the "Extra" ratings suffered as a result.

"Sorry, but you know what - I love the Pats for fighting to the bitter end. #PATRIOTpride," Menounos tweeted after losing the bet.

Damn you, AC Slater. Damn you. (Getty Images)

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Posted on: February 5, 2011 11:51 am
Edited on: February 5, 2011 11:54 am
 

Maria Menounos on covering the Super Bowl

Posted by Will Brinson

We made our way to the Playboy Super Bowl party at the Bud Light Hotel last night, and we ran into a few celebrities.

So, not sure if you know or not, but Maria Menounos is covering the Super Bowl for friend of the blog, Sports Illustrated's Jimmy Traina and his wildly popular "Hot Clicks."

So, when she came rolling down the red carpet, we thought we'd get all meta and interview her about having to interview people.

[More Super Bowl coverage]

 
 
 
 
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