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Mary J. Blige, Marc Anthony and John Legend rock Men's Fitness Super Bowl bash

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On Friday, Jan. 31 Shape & Men's Fitness threw an epic Super Bowl Party at Cipriani 42nd Street. The event was hosted by Robert De Niro, Spike Lee and Katie Couric and featured incredible performances by Mary J. Blige, Marc Anthony and John Legend.

Celebrities in attendance included Erin Andrews, Tom Arnold, Tyson Beckford, Katrina Bowden, Common, Stephen Colbert, Katie Couric, Terry Crews, Hannah Davis, Vernon Davis, Eric Dickerson, Emily Didonato, Peter Facinelli, Gina Gershon, Jeff Gordon, Matt Harvey & Anne V., Julie Henderson, Paris Hilton, Chanel Iman, Stacy Keibler, Bridget Kelly, Gayle King, Spike Lee, Anthony Mackie, James Marsden, Genevieve Morton, Laura Prepon, Sarah Shahi, Lara Spencer, Amar'e Stoudemire, Geoff Stults, Justin Tuck, Katherine Webb, Chris Weidman, Harvey Weinstein & Georgina Chapman, and Jeniel Williams.

The evening was presented by Movado, Jamba Juice, Tabasco, Starbucks, New York Style, Ultimate Nutrition, Manhattan Motorcars, Wonderful Pistachios, and Maybelline New York. There was a special VIP Lounge, which we had the opportunity to hang out in with Diva Gals Daily and VH1 "Gossip Table" personality Delaina Dixon. Some notables who stopped by the Movado Lounge included Spike Lee, Mary J. Blige, John Legend, Peter Facinelli and Laura Prepon, to name a few. Jamba Juice served three flavors of smoothies throughout the evening, and guests also snacked on pistachios and were gifted with Maybelline lip products.

The highlight had to be the performances. Marc Anthony was the last to perform and he closed the show with "I Need to Know," a little before midnight. Everyone was dancing and singing along. He also performed "Vivir Mi Vida," a cover of "Hotel California," "Aguanile," "You Sang To Me," and "Y Hubo Alguien." John Legend performed "Ordinary People," "All Of Me," and "Green Light," to name a few and Mary was also amazing per usual. She sang "Just Fine," "No More Drama," "I'm Going Down," "Not Gon' Cry," "Real Love," "Feel Inside" and "Ain't Nobody."

The evening was definitely one of the highlights of Super Bowl Week.