Social media SLAMS Super Bowl halftime performance
What do you think?
For anyone watching the 2019 Super Bowl you may have sat through the halftime show featuring Maroon 5, Travis Scott, Big Boi and... Spongebob.
Usually when it comes to the half time show we're expecting a spectacle, we mean Gaga flew from the sky for crying out loud, where as this year there wasn't much to note.
But even when there's nothing really to say, social media still finds a way to entertain us.
Can we touch on the stripping Adam Levine?
Oh wait, social media has already stepped in.
Look, it wasn't THAT bad - there was fire, drones, and a kind of nod to Spongebob after millions hoped for “Sweet Victory” to be played.
If you were a little lost at the Spongebob reference, Turns out a petition was created for “Sweet Victory” to be incorporated into the Super Bowl LIII’s half-time show after Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of Spongebob Squarepants passed away in November 2018.
Over 1.2 million fans signed the petition for the song which aired in a 2001 episode of the long-running Nickelodeon show, where the show’s characters performed at the halftime of the Bubble Bowl, a championship football game that plays on the Super Bowl.
There was nothing set in stone prior to today's performance however there were a couple subtle clues:
Better than nothing we guess...
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