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Diddy Proposes to Longtime GF Cassie … On INSTAGRAM

File this under cheapest proposal ever — Diddy (who’s worth a reported $580 million) popped the question to his longtime GF Cassie … on Instagram.Granted, the rock is roughly the size of Pluto … but rather than renting out a baseball stadium and proposing in front of an orchestra, Diddy posted a photo of the ring on Instagram for his 3.2 million followers.Along with the photo, he wrote the caption: “Baby do you like it? I just want to get you wat you Like! I just wanna Mk you smile :)” Cassie (who’s been dating Diddy since 2007) responded, “It’s perfect!”Hours later, Keyshia Cole posted a photo of Cassie showing off the rock … it’s enormous … but we still gotta ask …

Justin Bieber Settles Bodyguard Lawsuit One Less Legal Headache

Justin Bieber’s lawyer is clocking more hours than a 7-Eleven — the singer just settled a lawsuit with his pissed off ex-bodyguard … after the man sued him for assault and battery.As we reported, Moshe Benabou — an ex-Israeli soldier who worked as Bieber’s bodyguard from 2011- 2012 — claimed Bieber berated him and punched him in the chest multiple times after a concert … because Bieber didn’t like the way Benabou handled one of his friends.Benabou sued for assault and battery — as well as for more than $420,000 in unpaid overtime — demanding unspecified damages.Now, Justin has settled up — which is definitely a good thing considering his hectic legal schedule these days — 3 outstanding criminal investigations in 2 countries.Justin Bieber … the hits just keep on coming.

Beyoncé — Boobin’ Out After Super Bowl

Call her Bouncé … because Queen B advertised more breast last night than Popeyes.Beyoncé was showing off the girls at Hennessy’s Super Bowl afterparty in NYC, wearing a v-neck t-shirt that was so deep it was poetic. She and the twins got their groove on while Nas and Kelly Rowland performed on stage.Proud husband Jay Z was there too … but we all know what the real attraction was.Beyonce’s boobs: easily the most exciting thing that happened in New York last night.

NEWS/ Bruno Mars Rocks the Super Bowl Halftime Show With the Red Hot Chili Peppers

Bruno MarsLarry Busacca/Getty Images

Well, Bruno Mars did say, “I ain’t scared,” when it came to his Super Bowl performance.

And it showed as the “Locked Out of Heaven” crooner brought it at the Pepsi half time show, kicking off his performance on the drums.

With a few body rolls to boot, the super-talented artist killed it as he performed “Locked Out of Heaven,” “Treasure” and “Runaway Baby” with his eight-piece band, The Hooligans, who were all dressed in a gold blazer and black pants created custom Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane.

And that wasn’t all Bruno had in store.

Before the show was done, the Red Hot Chili Peppers burst on the scene with him, bringing us to our feet with their famed song “Give it Away,” with shirts off and all.

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Bruno Mars, Anthony KiedisKevin Mazur/WireImage

The Grammy award-winning musician then brought the lights down low as he crooned “Just the Way You Are.”

On the heels of Beyoncé‘s killer Super Bowl Halftime performance last year, the “Locked Out of Heaven” crooner had big shoes to fill in terms of this year’s show, but the talented musician certainly held his own.

He added a touch of nostalgia as well, paying tribute to his late mother, Bernadette Hernandez, with the drum kit he played on that was designed to honor her.

Before the big show, Mars told reporters he had no pre-performance jitters, saying, “I ain’t scared if that’s what you think.”

“Spectacle-wise? I don’t do trapeze and all that stuff,” he continued. “I hope to get people dancing and smiling. If you ever come to one of my shows, it’s just us up there. We’ve got these songs and our instruments and I’m hoping that’s enough.”‘

And it was.

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Seattle Seahawks stomp Broncos for Super Bowl win


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Denver Broncos‘ offense set all the regular-season records. But theSeattle Seahawks‘ defense will be the one remembered as an all-time great.


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The Seahawks are Super Bowl champions for the first time after whacking the Broncos 43-8 on Sunday night. Coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider spent the last four years building the toughest, deepest, most versatile defense in football. Their vision was fully realized for the world to see on the game’s biggest stage. (Not bad for a coach that was fired twice in his NFL career.)

“We’re not sleeping tonight,” an elated Carroll told the media. “We’re staying up all night because this party’s gonna get started as soon as you guys let me go.”

For so long, we thought the weather would be a factor in the first outdoor Super Bowl in the Northeast. Peyton Manning and the Broncos got perfect conditions — it was 49 degrees at kickoff — but the worst possible opponent.

Seattle pushed Denver’s offense around at every level of the defense. Pass rushers Chris Clemons and Cliff Avril consistently beat Denver’s tackles and made Manning uncomfortable. (Avril helped force two interceptions.) When Manning did have time to throw, he couldn’t find receivers open quickly. Safety Kam Chancellor made a few huge hits and picked off Manning to set the game’s tone. Richard Sherman andByron Maxwell did an incredible job on the outside against Denver’s outside receivers. Linebackers K.J. Wright and Bobby Wagner were all over the field. (And I haven’t even mentioned linebacker Malcolm Smith, who miraculously won the game’s MVP award.)

We’re mentioning so many names because thisSeahawks‘ defense is about more than just the star players and the Legion of Boom secondary. It’s a true team that is excellent at all the little things. They hit. They don’t allow yards after the catch. And they force game-changing turnovers, like Smith’s 69-yard pick six.

The Seahawks‘ defense made Manning and company look like a collection of also-rans. Manning was forced to move in pocket on nearly every throw. Denver’s running game was stymied. Every first down was a struggle.

Russell Wilson was terrific on third downs and did his part, but theSeahawks‘ offense was practically an afterthought for much of the game (like much of the season). The score was 29-0 after Percy Harvin returned akickoff for a touchdown to start the second half. At that point in the game, the Seahawks‘ offense had ust 13 points. And seven of those points came on a short field after a turnover!

It was almost hard to believe what we were watching Sunday night. TheBroncos‘ offense, the picture of efficiency all season, looked completely overwhelmed. They weren’t ready for the moment; Seattle was.

This was the Seahawks‘ time. This team, constructed from the ground up, built toward this game for the last four seasons. Now, it will be mentioned as one of the greatest defenses in NFL history.

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Seahawks dominate Denver from start to finish to win Super Bowl

Seahawks dominate Denver from start to finish to win Super Bowl

Defense and special teams win it for Seattle in convincing fashion.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — They shut down Peyton Manning and shut up their critics.

And then, in the happy celebration of the Seahawks’ first Super Bowl title in their 38-year history, defensive end Red Bryant stood up in the locker room and issued a challenge to everyone within earshot.

“This team has got to go down as one of the best defenses of all time,’’ Bryant yelled after Seattle’s 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. “It’s got to. And the best thing about it is they called us misfits, overachievers, said that nobody wanted us. But now we’re the best.’’

That they are, this merry collection of players, many of whom were low-round draft choices and undrafted free agents and now they can call themselves the best in the world.

They dominated on defense, matching Denver’s record-setting offense on their own, 8-8, and holding the Broncos scoreless until the last play of the third quarter. Some Seattle players were disappointed they didn’t pitch the first shutout in Super Bowl history.

The Seahawks were opportunistic on offense, scoring touchdowns after two Denver turnovers, taking shots in the passing game when they were there, more often than not converting. Russell Wilson threw two touchdown passes in a typically understated performance, going 18 for 25 for 206 yards.

And Seattle was flashy on special teams, with Percy Harvin’s 87-yard kickoff return to start the second half putting it up 29-0, essentially sealing the deal.

And if anyone else was surprised it was so easy, the Seahawks weren’t, living up to every expectation they had brazenly heaped on themselves.

“I’m trying to be nice about it,’’ said receiver Golden Tate, “but we know that we have a special group of guys. … At the end of the day we want to play us, and do us, and if the opposition shows up to play it’ll be a good game. If not, we will run you out of the stadium. And there’s not a better stage to do this on. A lot of people had the Broncos dominating us and that wasn’t the case.’’

And when it was over, Seattle had its first championship in one of the four major professional sports leagues since the now-departed SuperSonics captured the NBA title in 1979.

It came in the Seahawks’ second Super Bowl appearance after having lost to Pittsburgh 21-10 in 2006. The victory came in the fourth year in Seattle for coach Pete Carroll, hired after the 2009 season from USC to revive a team that had won just nine games the previous two years.

“It played out the way we wanted it to play out,’’ said Carroll, who became just the third coach to win both a college national title and a Super Bowl. The others are Jimmy Johnson (Miami, Dallas Cowboys) and Barry Switzer (Oklahoma, Dallas Cowboys). “All phases contributed. It was not really even a question in our mind that we wouldn’t perform like this.’’

The game turned Seattle’s way from the start, as a mistimed snap on Denver’s first offensive play led to a Seahawks safety, credited to Cliff Avril, just 12 seconds into the game — the fastest score in Super Bowl history.

After two Seattle field goals came a pair of backbreakers forced by the Seattle defense.

Late in the first quarter, Manning threw a wobbly pass over the middle under heavy pressure into the hands of Seattle safety Kam Chancellor.

That led to a 1-yard-touchdown run by Marshawn Lynch that put Seattle ahead 15-0 with exactly 12 minutes remaining in the second quarter.

At that point, Seattle had a 165-11 edge in yards and a 9-0 edge in first downs against a Denver offense that had scored a record 606 points this season.

A series later, Manning was hit by Avril as he threw with the ball falling into the hands of linebacker Malcolm Smith, who had an easy path to a 69-yard touchdown to make it 22-0 with 3:21 left in the first half. The play helped land Smith honors as the game’s most valuable player after also recovering a fumble in the third quarter.

Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn said the Seahawks didn’t really do anything different, other than play more nickel against Denver’s one-back offense, which also meant playing more man coverage.

“I knew we’d play well tonight,’’ Quinn said. “We really held them in high regard but at the same time we wanted them to deal with us, too, and I think that oftentimes gets overlooked.’’

And just in case there were any questions Seattle might get fat and happy with the halftime lead, Harvin’s kickoff return — he scored with 12 seconds gone in the half — answered them. The second half became an extended Seattle sideline party.

The Seahawks had been as far as a conference title game just twice since entering the NFL in 1976.

But that history didn’t daunt this Seahawks team, which began to find itself last season when it advanced to the divisional playoff round before losing a heartbreaker at Atlanta.

The Seahawks vowed not to let that happen again, and talked openly of getting to, and winning, the Super Bowl.

“To be honest with you, I think a lot of the players on the team expected it to be a dominating win,’’ said receiver Doug Baldwin, who led the Seahawks with 66 yards and scored a touchdown and said afterward the team has already set its sights on winning another to cement itself as one of the greatest teams ever.

But Bryant, one of just four players left from the pre-Carroll days, understood how special the moment was.

“I know how fortunate I am to be in this moment and I don’t take it for granted,’’ he said. “This is a team that whenever you think about the Seattle Seahawks, you are going to think about this team. You are going to think about this win.’’

Largest halftime leads in Super Bowl history
The Seahawks built up the third-largest halftime lead in Super Bowl history. Coincidentally, the Broncos were involved on the wrong side of the three largest deficits, including the game Sunday against Seattle.
Pts Game Matchup Halftime lead
25 Super Bowl XXII Redskins vs. Broncos 35-10, Redskins
24 Super Bowl XXIV 49ers vs. Broncos 27-3, 49ers
22 Super Bowl XLVIII Seahawks vs. Broncos 22-0, Seahawks
20 Super Bowl XVI 49ers vs. Bengals 20-0, 49ers
20 Super Bowl XX Bears vs. Patriots 23-3, Bears
Largest margin of victory in Super Bowl history
The Seahawks’ 43-8 victory tied for third-largest margin of victory in Super Bowl history.
Margin Game Result
45 Super Bowl XXIV San Francisco 55, Denver 10
36 Super Bowl XX Chicago 46, New England 10
35 Super Bowl XLVIII Seattle 43, Denver 8
35 Super Bowl XXVII Dallas 52, Buffalo 17
32 Super Bowl XXII Washington 42, Denver 10
29 Super Bowl XVIII LA Raiders 38, Washington 9
27 Super Bowl XXXVII Tampa Bay 48, Oakland 21
27 Super Bowl XXXV Baltimore 34, NY Giants 7
25 Super Bowl I Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10

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