Weekend Watchers (9/9): Bruno Mars Tapped For Super Bowl Half Time Show – Serena Williams Wins US Open -Top Ten Box Office – NFL Scores For Week 1

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BRUNO MARS TAPPED FOR SUPERBOWL HALFTIME PERFORMANCE – Bruno mars has been confirmed for the 2014 SuperBowl Halftime show next February. The 27-year-old singer made the announcement throuh Facebook including a promo ad of the singer. The Grammy winning artist also made an appearance on FOX NFL Sunday this past Sunday for week one of football season.

SERENA WILLIAMS WINS US OPEN – Serena Williams dominates once again winning her 5th U.S. Open title and her 17th grand slam win.. She beat Victoria Azarenka in three consecutive sets. The game took place at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York.

TOP TEN WEEKEND BOX OFFICE –

1. (-) Riddick – $18,673,000
2. (-) The Butler – $8,900,000
3. (4) Instructions Not Included – $8,100,000
4. (3) We’re the Millers – $7,925,000
5. (-) Planes – $4,274,000
6. (1) One Direction: This is Us – $4,100,000
7. (6) Elysium – $3,100,000
8. (12) Blue Jasmine – $2,688,000
9. (10) Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters – $2,500,000
10. (8) The World’s End – $2,302,000

 

NFL SCORES — WEEK 1: Here are the results of this weekend’s National Football League games (Home teams are listed in italics):

  • ·         New England Patriots 23, Buffalo Bills 21
  • ·         Miami Dolphins 23, Cleveland Browns 10
  • ·         Cincinnati Bengals 21, Chicago Bears 24
  • ·         Minnesota Vikings 24, Detroit Lions 34
  • ·         Oakland Raiders 17, Indianapolis Colts 21
  • ·         Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 17 New York Jets 18
  • ·         Atlanta Falcons 17, New Orleans Saints 23
  • ·         Tennessee Titans 16, Pittsburgh Steelers 9
  • ·         Seattle Seahawks 12, Carolina Panthers 7
  • ·         Kansas City Chiefs 28, Jacksonville Jaguars 2
  • ·         Arizona Cardinals 24, St. Louis Rams 27
  • ·         Green Bay Packers 28, San Francisco 49ers 34
  • ·         New York Giants 31, Dallas Cowboys 36

Tonight’s Monday Night Football games on ESPN:

  • Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins (6:55 p.m. ET)
  • Houston Texans at San Diego Chargers (10:15 p.m. ET)

Weekend Watchers happens every Mondays at 9:50a and Fridays 9:50a with @MinaSayWhat on @power99philly.

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