Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach gets first taste of Super Bowl party at Playboy SB50 event

Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach gets first taste of Super Bowl party at Playboy SB50 event

Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in the United States so it follows that Super Bowl parties are one of the most anticipated pre-Super Bowl game events both by celebrities, sports athletes and even some fans who are lucky enough to attend one of the parties.

The recently crowned 2016 Miss Universe, Pia Wurtzbach of the Philippines, experienced her first Super Bowl party being spotted at the Playboy Super Bowl 50 Party at the AT&T Park in San Francisco, California.

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Of course, Wurtzbach was not the only celebrity present in the Super Bowl 50 party with popular names like actors Jeremy Renner, Cuba Gooding Jr. and AnnaLynne McCord, hip hop artist 50 Cent, actor/singer Jenna Ushkowitz, and pros Shawn Merriman and Chuck Liddel also attending the Playboy event, which of course featured Playboy models.

Miss USA Olivia Jordan was also with Wurtzbach as she was on a “date” with the 2016 Miss Universe.

The Playboy Super Bowl 50 party was one of the many parties on schedule before the main event on Sunday.

As reported by the New York Daily News, at the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party, Iggy Azalea performed for the crowd that included the likes of Samanta Hoopes and Nina Agdal. At the Bleacher Report’s Bleacher Ball, host Conan O’Brien and actor Alyssa Milano attended the event. At ESPN The Party, sports and entertainment celebrities like Victor Cruz, Mark Herzich and Chanel Iman attended the event.

View pictures of the Wurtzbach, who was wearing a sexy red dress, at the Playboy Super Bowl 50 Party event via the Philippine Star.

The Super Bowl party event is not the first SB50 event joined by Wustzbach after attending one of Super Bowl media sessions where she interviewed some of the players from the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers.

The Broncos and Panthers battle for Super Bowl 50 supremacy on Sunday afternoon at 6:30 P.M.

Photo courtesy: Instagram/piawurtzbach