Celebrities don't need much of an excuse to party.
And such was the case this Super Bowl weekend in Indianapolis as the stars came out in droves, with every night promising a new party. And we were on hand to witness all the fun…
Here are some of the highlights and sightings from Super Bowl weekend in Indianapolis:
True Blood's Joe Manganiello dancing along to LL Cool J performing at GQ's LACOSTE and Patrón party. And when we caught up to the hunky True Blood star later, he told us that he had met Colt's great Peyton Manning, and he spent time at the DirecTV Beach Bowl catching passes from the legendary Joe Montana.
When we asked how many women he thought would be seeing his stripper movie Magic Mike for the plot, he smiled and said: "Hopefully none!"
Neil Patrick Harris and E!'s own David Burtka chatting with Glee's Matthew Morrison (who brought along girlfriend Renee Puente) over drinks at the Audi cocktail party held at the Penthouse of the Conrad Hotel. Harris talked about finally finding some time while being a busy dad to catch up on ESPN. Morrison ducked out early with his lady, who looked stunning in a black floor-length dress.
Nikki Reed gushed to us at the Rolling Stone party (celebrating 150 years of Bacardi) about how fun her first year of marriage has been, but she had to stop to check on husband Paul McDonald, who had wandered off down the carpet. "I worry about him," she laughed. "He gets roped into interviews and he's always afraid he'll say something stupid."
Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul enjoying the view of downtown on the patio at the Audi party with new fiance Lauren Parsekian. Paul predicted that the New York Giants were going to get the big win. Twilight's Kellan Lutz rode solo at the same party, sporting a black newsboy cap.
Lance Bass posing for photos before ducking in to catch the Gym Class Heroes perform at the Rolling Stone party.
Anna Faris smiling for photos with her dad on the carpet at the Rolling Stone party. She told reporters that Indianapolis was a wonderful, welcoming city, but she wouldn't pick a winner between the Giants and the New England Patriots.
Revenge hottie Joshua Bowman wouldn't dare tell us if he's the one who ends up dead on the show, but he did promise that if he is killed off, he'll come back as a ghost.
Seattle Seahawk star Matt Hasselbeck stayed above the crowed in the VIP aread to watch LMFAO at the Rolling Stone event.