See How the Stars Snacked Their Way Through Super Bowl Sunday
The CBS anchor kept her "Super Bowl tradition" alive with a large pie from Domino's Pizza.
The lifestyle expert made cooking creative game day snacks look easy with her football-shaped buffalo chicken balls.
It's not Super Bowl Sunday without a little booze, so the actress went with a gorgeously-garnished Bloody Mary to start the day.
DONNIE WAHLBERG & AMY CARLSON
KEVIN HART & CEDRIC THE ENTERTAINER
"Nothing but laughs and good times with my brother," Hart captioned a photo of the pals toasting with matching martinis.
The singer foregoed football for puja. "#FruitBowl over Super....." Cyrus wrote on an Instagram of the Hindu prayer set-up.
"Super Bowl Sunday is well underway," the country singer captioned her half-eaten appetizer platter. "The pigs-n-a-blanket are always a hit."
The model was #gamewatchgoals eating pizza in a big, white bed.