— The New England Patriots and NFL have teamed up to launch the first-ever Celebrity Crush song contest.
The NFL Players’ Association announced the partnership in a news release on Wednesday.
The theme for the contest is “Celebrity Crush.”
The contest will be hosted by NBC’s “Today” show.
In the contest, fans will be asked to choose from the following songs: “I Don’t Know What to Do,” “Catch Me If You Can,” “The Way We Used to Do It,” “I Know What You Did Last Night,” “Who Are You,” “It’s Only a Paper Moon,” “Don’t Tell Me Nothing,” “Can’t Help It” and “You Really Got Me.”
Fans will be allowed to submit up to 30 entries from the first 30 days of the contest.
One entry per person per household.
Fans who enter as a single person will be selected to receive a personalized message and the opportunity to win a $1,000 prize pack, which includes two tickets to Super Bowl LI and a custom-designed custom-made helmet.
For the first time ever, a celebrity will be the host of a live event, a CBS Sports Live on NBCSN studio show, on NBCSports.com, which will air on Jan. 24 at 1 p.m.
ET, featuring an exclusive interview with NFL star Tom Brady, the league announced.
The “Brady & Belichick Show” is scheduled to air on CBS at 1:30 p.k.
The Brady &.
Belichick Show will be simulcast on NBC Sports Network on Jan 12.
The show will air at 9 p.s.m., with Brady leading a special panel discussion with special guests from across the sports world.
Brady > Belichick will be taped on Feb. 4 on CBS Sports Network and on Feb 14 at 1 a.m on NBC.
The game will also be simulcomted on CBS in the U.S. on Jan 17 at 7 p.y.m and in Canada on Feb 4 at 8 p.p.m ET.
The Patriots will also host a game on Saturday, Feb. 3, at 6 p.d. at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., against the Baltimore Ravens.