Wednesday's Super Bowl party scene in Dallas

Posted 7:51am on Thursday, Feb. 03, 2011

With the roads in DFW still in a treacherous state, I found myself in Dallas -- 35 miles from Fort Worth -- at the Aces & Angels Super Bowl party at Centennial Hall in Fair Park. Gene Simmons of superband KISS and former Playboy Playmate Shannon Tweed were the hosts of this cool bash that benefits the USO. The red carpet featured Dallas Cowboys Sam Hurd, Tashard Choice and Gerald Sensabaugh, plus World Series of Poker champion Phil Hellmuth. We snagged a spot at the end of the red carpet, next to my very favorite local news reporter, NBC 5's Kim Fisher. We practically backed up to the 105.3 Fan Lounge, which provided a great view of beautiful girls -- the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, the 105.3 Fantasy Girls and the super-hot DJ Moxie.

As the 11 o'clock hour approached, we headed over to ZOUK for the annual MOVES Magazine Super Bowl party hosted by the Baltimore Ravens' Ray Lewis. This was a great scene and exactly what I envisioned a hot ticket event would be. ZOUK is the perfect setting for a celebrity party, and even with the horrific winter weather this place was packed at 11:45! Everywhere we turned, we bumped into another celebrity. There was the host, Lewis, Hall of Fame running back Marcus Allen, SMU and NFL legend Eric Dickerson, former Playboy cover girl Amber Campisi, Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin, 2009 Heisman Trophy winner Mark Ingram, several members of the New Orleans Saints and my dream girl Bonnie-Jill Laflin. FYI, you can hang with Bonnie-Jill at the Everything's Bigger in Texas LIVE party on Saturday.

The hottest spot inside this party was the BLU Energy Drink table. After my LONG night of standing and sliding on ice, I grabbed a seat and was in complete awe of the hot girls that made their way to this spot in the center of the club. It provided a great view for people-watching. I even spotted Seton and McLovin from The Dan Patrick Show as they worked the room.

Then came the really "fun" part as we headed back to Fort Worth in the bitter cold. The further we got past Cowboys Stadium, the worse road conditions got. But we survived and just like that, Night One of the biggest party week in DFW history is in the books.


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