Erin Andrews's Super Bowl Photo Diary
She's got spirit fingers – and sparkle to boot. FOX sports reporter Erin Andrews shows PEOPLE her fierce CoverGirl football manicure (and blingy David Yurman rings) en route to Friday night's Shape and Men's Fitness bash at Cipriani 42nd Street in N.Y.C.
And we're not the only ones loving the look: Andrews stops to let a fan snap a shot of her glam hands during the party.
Facing the crowd at Thursday's FOX Sports 1 fete with newly minted Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Michael Strahan, Andrews handles reporters and photographers with equal aplomb.
Smile! Andrews and her pals go black-and-white in their photobooth shot from Friday night's GQ party at The Standard hotel. "Had a blast!" she writes.
BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY
Also photo-worthy at GQ's bash: the view! Andrews enjoys the N.Y.C. skyline from The Standard's chic Boom Boom Room.
TWO OF A KIND
"So happy to see my girl Chrissy Teigen at Shape's party!" Andrews captions this snap of herself with the newlywed model, who also made the rounds during Super Bowl weekend.
"Trying to decide what to do for Super Bowl hair with my hair stylist," Andrews says of her inspiration board, filled with photos of bombshell waves and side fishtail braids. (Her ultimate choice? The waves!)
CENTER OF ATTENTION
"Having a great time at the Ticketmaster event," Andrews writes of this moment on Friday, when she got to meet some fans.
A busy Super Bowl reporter doesn't get many hair and makeup breaks. "Touchup with CoverGirl running around the city," writes Andrews as she heads from one event to the next.
VIEW FROM THE TOP
Mic check! While the players take the field, Andrews takes to the airwaves, reporting live from the sidelines during Sunday night's Super Bowl at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
The reporter enjoys a little entertainment from the Denver Broncos cheerleaders, who bundled up for the balmy game.
Andrews has a pretty sweet view of the Pepsi halftime show, which starred Bruno Mars (and his hair!) and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
And that's a wrap! Andrews celebrates her personal victory – a job well done – as things wind down on the field.
Goodnight, Super Bowl! Until next year …