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Miranda Cosgrove, Jordin Sparks star in NFL Women Apparel ad

The stars are also joined by Gossip Girl actress Vanessa Szohr, Disney Channel's China Anne McClain and Victoria Secret's model Erin Heatherton in the campaign.
By Veronica Linares   |   July 15, 2014 at 1:02 PM   |   Comments

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LOS ANGELES, July 15 (UPI) -- Nickelodeon star Miranda Cosgrove and singer Jordin Sparks are joining forces in a new marketing campaign for the NFL Women's Apparel line.

With football season around the corner the NFL has already begun shooting the ads to promote their new football gear. Sparks, the daughter N.Y. Giant Phillippi Sparks, told People magazine that this year she'll be sporting black and red in honor of the Arizona Cardinals.

"I was born and raised in Arizona. Although I have an allegiance to the Giants because of my daddy, I bleed Cardinal Red," she explained. "I've always loved the underdog!"

While a few behind the scenes photos from Cosgrove and Spark's ads have made their way online it's still unknown when the ads will be officially released.


The stars are also joined by Gossip Girl actress Vanessa Szohr, Disney Channel's China Anne McClain and Victoria Secret's model Erin Heatherton in the campaign.

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