Singer-songwriter-dancer Jason Derulo is all about the music, the style and the image that's in his celebrity orbit. But guess what? He's into football, too, as a fan and a pitchman.

"I've been a football fan since I was a kid," he told The Street on Thursday, Sept. 14, at a Bloomingdale's (owned by Macy's Inc. (M) ) event in New York City to launch a new clothing line coined LVL XIII, crafted by designer Antonio Brown, of which the singer is a spokesman. "We used to watch football as a family."

Derulo recently paired up with ESPN, Hank Williams Jr. and and band Florida Georgia Line to perform in a video for Monday Night Football.

"To be a part of something that is all-American, that is a staple for us American is incredible," added the Miami-born entertainer, whose songs include Swalla, Want to Want Me and Whatcha Say, "especially, when you have something as dear to your heart as Monday Night Football."

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