Celebrities arrive in Indianapolis for Super Bowl weekend

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Big stars have flooded the Circle City, just days before the world's biggest game.

Reporter: "Cube, how does it feel to be in Indy?"

Ice Cube: "It feels good man.  Love it, nice party we are having."

Rapper/Director/Actor Ice Cube got everyone's attention when he strolled through the J.W. Marriott Friday.

"For the Super Bowl, this is a great spot," said Vanilla Ice.

The man who coined the phrase Ice, Ice Baby, Vanilla Ice, made the rounds on Radio Row.

"They are actually all here to see me," said Calidendo.  "It is unbelievable, what am I, Steven Tyler?"

Comedian and impressionist Frank Caliendo was a huge hit with star seekers, and it was easy to see why.  He signed autographs on behalf of several other famous faces.

"They actually asked me to sign other stars' names," said Caliendo. "'Can you sign G.W. Bush?' So I sign G.W. Bush, or John Madden, or Al Pacino or Robin Williams."

"You can just feel all the excitement and everything here," said Hall of Fame Coach Joe Gibbs.  "We come to Indy for the Brickyard, so we love coming here!"

We also saw Rosie O'Donnell, and Jenny McCarthy, as well as national sports radio talk show host Jim Rome.  Some fans stood in line for hours, if only to catch a glimpse of someone they could tell their friends about.

Reporter: "Was it worth it, to stand out here, trying to catch the eye of a celebrity?"
Fan Waiting to See Someone Famous: "Oh yeah."

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