Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones took center stage Wednesday at Cowboys Stadium, proudly showing off the state-of-the art partnership with Cisco Systems, from the 3,000 high-definition televisions perched throughout the concourses to the fully digitalized and computerized signage system.
However, it didnt take long for Jones to play second fiddle.
Down on the stadiums floor, crews busily worked on the stage for Saturday nights Jonas Brothers concert. Adjacent to the main stage was a temporary television set, lights on and ready to roll.
To figure out what was going on, all one had to do was look overhead at the worlds largest video board which read: Larry King Live!
At about 2:30 p.m., CNNs legendary host, trailed by a cast of network associates, made his way through the new stadium. Wearing blue corduroys, a red button-down and tie, and his trademark suspenders, the 75-year-old King shook Jones hand, followed him for a brief tour before making his way to the floor to prepare for the days big interview.
No, not with Jones, but those adorable Jonas Brothers.