June 18, 2009
Posted: 09:22 AM ET
This is from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram – and don't forget to tune in to our Jonas Brothers' interview TONIGHT at 9pm ET!
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones took center stage Wednesday at Cowboys Stadium, proudly showing off state-of-the art equipment from Cisco Systems, including 3,000 high-def TVs perched throughout the concourses to the fully digitized and computerized signs.
However, Jones was soon playing second fiddle.
Down on the stadium floor, crews busily worked on a stage for Saturday night’s Jonas Brothers concert. Next to the main stage was a temporary TV set. To figure out what was going on, all you had to do was look up at the world’s largest video board, which read Larry King Live!
About 2:30 p.m., CNN’s venerable host, trailed by minions, made his way through the stadium. In blue corduroys and trademark suspenders, King shook Jones’ hand and followed him on a brief tour before making his way to the set for the day’s big interview. No, not with Jones, but with those adorable JoBros, who kick off a months-long world tour with Saturday’s show.
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