Super Bowl Commercials 2012: Celebrities We Hope Make Awesome Appearances

Brian MaziqueCorrespondent IIIFebruary 3, 2012

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We know Madonna will be there for halftime, but is the Material Girl enough? Hell no. Whether it's in a multimillion dollar commercial, halftime prank or an in-studio guest to Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth; here are three stars who could make awesome appearances on Super Sunday. 


Nicole Scherzinger

First of all, she's beautiful, that's always a plus when discussing appearances. She recently announced that she would not be returning to X-Factor next season. Many fans of the show will never forgive her for allowing 13-year-old Rachel Crowe to be sent home during the competition this past season, so her exit makes sense.

She wants to concentrate on her solo career. What better way to get some face time then to have an extended promo or a poolside photo shoot going on during a commercial?

OK, I admit, I'm not as interested in her new album (whats it called again?) as I am in simply seeing her. But hey, face time is face time, and damn it, she's pretty.


Ja Rule

Ja Rule is out and he's got a new album on the way. "Pain is Love 2" is the title, it's named after the multi-platinum album Rule released in 2001. That seemed like a more appropriate title the first time around, but fresh off a prison bid, that's downright scary.

However it works, Jeffery Atkins will be hitting us off with more thugged-out Cookie Monster tunes this year. Let's get Ja Rule on stage with Madonna to reacquaint us with his act.

Both of them have new albums coming out and both have been away from the mainstream music scene for a while. The exposure would do them both good.

Never mind that it'll sound terrible and makes absolutely no sense. That has never stopped those in charge of the halftime show before.

Plus, Nicki Minaj and Cee-Lo are gonna be there, why can't Jeffery? 


Tracy Morgan

Yes, him. He recently has received some attention for his claims that he and Tom Brady were in special ed classes together as children.

Perhaps Al Michaels and Cris Colinsworth could have him in the booth to ask him some questions about his claims. Hopefully he could elaborate on the subject.

Obviously, he's lying (isn't he?).

Tom Brady would have never been allowed to go to school with Morgan. The fact that Morgan is nine years older than Brady would have meant that Brady was probably where he needed to be, while Morgan was just a wee bit behind.

Even still, I'd love to hear Morgan gives us more of this hilarious, but fictitious story.


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