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Throngs cheer Giants in ticker-tape parade up Canyon of Heroes for Super Bowl champs

For Eli Manning, his Big Blue teammates and 1 million pumped-up Giants fans, the second time around was double the fun. The Super Bowl champs enjoyed their second ticket-tape parade in four years Tuesday, riding up the Canyon of Heroes past tens of thousands of enthusiastic boosters. “Twice is nice! Twice is nice!” the crowd near Bowling Green chanted, led by crazed Giants fan Vincent Madden. Read More: Daily News

Giants Heroes on parade!

The forecast calls for Big Blue skies — and a blizzard of confetti — when the world champion New York Giants strut their stuff up Broadway on Tuesday. Between 500,000 and 1 million jubilant fans are expected to crowd the Canyon of Heroes and welcome home the Super Bowl champs with a full-blown ticker-tape victory parade. Read More: Daily News
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Maria Menounos dons Giants-colored bikini in Times Square after losing Super Bowl bet

Maria Menounos was a sight for sore eyes (and sore losers) Monday when she stripped down to a skimpy Giants-colored bikini in the middle of Times Square. The 33-year-old “Extra” correspondent found herself on the losing end of a bet against her colleague A.J. Calloway Sunday after her beloved New England Patriots fell short of the Super Bowl championship. According to the terms of the bet, Menounos had to host the show in a red, white and blue bikini – and luckily for her, a pair of warm, furry black Uggs. Pictures and More at: Daily News

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