Preparations Are Underway For Super Bowl 47
Super Bowl 47 will be broadcast on CBS on February 3rd, but preparations are already in high gear. INSIDE EDITION got the scoop from Les Moonves and others.
It's the biggest TV event of the year. Super Bowl 47.
It's the most-watched TV event in the world and INSIDE EDITION will be there. We talked to the big names and found out how they are getting ready for Super Bowl 47.
INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander asked sportscaster James Brown, "How do you feel?"
"What a question to ask of James Brown. I feel good," said Brown.
Brown is looking forward to Beyonce's half-time performance.
"There's no question about it. Having her as half-time entertainment only adds to the excitement of it being the biggest one-day sporting event in American sports," said Brown.
The ladies of The Talk are taking their show on the road, broadcasting from New Orleans for an entire week.
Alexander asked, "Quick girl talk. As a female, let's be honest, how many suitcases are you going to take for that week in New Orleans?"
Julie Chen said, "We don't even have a number because we will send trunks before we get there, and that's just the make-up."
CBS President and CEO Les Moonves says expect wall-to-wall event programming.
"First and foremost, this is the greatest broadcast day of the year. The last two Super Bowls have both exceeded 111 million viewers for the game," said Moonves.
The Super Bowl airs on CBS on February 3, 2013.
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