Despite two major obstacles -- a snow storm and a cab strike -- the Super Bowl party circuit hit top gear in Dallas, Texas, on Friday night and RadarOnline.com was there.
Thousands of party-goers escaped the freezing conditions into the warmth of the much-hyped Playboy Party at the Bud Light Hotel, where ticket packages ran in excess of a jaw-dropping $25,000!
With performances by Snoop Dogg, Warren G and pop sensation Flo Rida, it most certainly was the hottest ticket in town.
"It was definitely the Playmates that got me here," the Right Round hit-maker told RadarOnline.com.
Our Senior Executive Editor Dylan Howard also asked Flo Rida, aka Tramar Dillard, which celebrity he would like to see grace the pages of the famed magazine!
But he wouldn't dish his wish, at least publicly.
"We're going to keep it on the low, low, low, low," the Billboard chart-topper told Howard.
However, Playboy editorial director Jimmy Jellinek wasn't so quiet -- he declared 89-year-old Betty White as the one star he wanted to see, scantily clad, in the popular mag!
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RadarOnline.com also played 'Super Bowl Pop Quiz' with a cavalcade of stars who walked the blue carpet.
Our question: how do you spell Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's last name?
So, did anyone master the toughest name in football? Who was crowned our Super Bowl Spelling Bee Champion? Watch the video to find out!
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