New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and his fellow teammates received their Super Bowl rings Wednesday night at Tiffany’s flagship store on 5th Avenue in New York City. The rings honor the Giants' historic win last February against the New England Patriots.
Comedy must run in the Manning family. New York Giants football quarterback Eli Manning, 31, followed in big brother Peyton Manning's footsteps on Saturday by hosting Saturday Night Live, and Eli Manning one-upped his Denver Broncos bro by doing a skit in drag a la RuPaul's Drag Race.
Live from New York ... it's Will Ferrell returning to the stage that got him his start, hosting Saturday Night Live with musical guest star Usher. Ferrell, 44, who recently made headlines by announcing that there will be a sequel to 2004's Anchorman, will host the May 12 live episode of NBC's SNL, the penultimate installment before the close of Season 37.
It's no secret that New Yorkers know how to throw a party, especially when their beloved Giants come through to win the athletic event of the year, the Super Bowl. Quarterback and MVP Eli Manning and defensive end Justin Tuck were front-and-center on the float that carried the winning team from the tip of Manhattan up to City Hall at Tuesday morning's victory parade.