Green Bay Packers fan Lacy Winchell high-fives other fans
Green Bay Packers fan Lacy Winchell high-fives other fans Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011, near Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis., before NFL football's Super Bowl XLV later Sunday in Arlington, Texas, between the Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Actors Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones take in the scene at Cowboys Stadium before Super Bowl XLV.
Reach for the sky
Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji stretches before the Super Bowl XLV.
A young fan sports the face paint for Super Bowl XLV.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers plants one on the football before Super Bowl XLV.
Put up your dukes
Actor Hugh Jackman, left, and former boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard pose for photos at Cowboys Stadium before Super Bowl XLV.
Dressed for success
A pair of Steelers fans are fired up before game time at Super Bowl XLV. Getty ImagesKevin C. Cox
Tag, you're it!
Actor Owen Wilson (right) plays around on the field at Cowboys Stadium before the start of Super Bowl XLV. AFP/Getty ImagesTIMOTHY A. CLARY
Can I 'Friend' you?
Actress Jennifer Aniston gets ready to take in Super Bowl XLV. No, she is not partying with Angelina Jolie.
Enter the Sandman
Actor/comedian/Waterboy Adam Sandler is seen on the field before the Super Bowl XLV.
The other Blonde Bomber
Actor Owen Wilson plays with a football before Super Bowl XLV.
Wonder who this guy is rooting for?
A Green Bay Packers fan stands outside Cowboys Stadium before Super Bowl XLV.
A Pittsburgh Steelers fan takes a photo of a Super Bowl XLV sign outside the NFL Experience at the Dallas Convention Center.
Get in there
Pittsburgh Steelers fans pose for photos outside of Cowboys Stadium.
Read it and weep
A Green Bay Packers fan poses for photos outside of Cowboys Stadium.
Bad moon rising
Green Bay Packers fans Jeff Knott, left, and Charlie Donner of Chippewa Falls, Wis. head into Lambeau Field Saturday.
Cheese vs. Steel
Green Bay Packer fan Mike Coconate, left, of Ahwatukee Foothills, and his brother-in-law Pittsburgh Steelers fan Howard Davis, right, of Mesa, show off their teams shaved into their hair at Papa Joe's Barbershop.