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Top moments at the Super Bowl XLV
While much hoopla is going around Cyberspace about Christina Aguilera's version of the National Anthem on the Super Bowl XLV(see the video here), we must say that we hardly noticed it, right?
Right. Most of us did not even hear the flub until we saw it on the Web and how people were calling it disrespectful, with some calling to ban Aguilera.
Luckily for Aguilera, there were just other things going on that we soon forgot about that. For starters, Lea Michelle showed us why she's the star of Glee, which had a special episode that night where they went on the field as zombies in football uniforms. In her almost effortless and perfect rendition of America the Beautiful, the only other thing that kept us distracted while being glued to our screen was the bling on Michele's finger.
Of course, we have already showed some love for the annual parade of ads that are shown during the breaks. Our best bets are here:
Super Bowl would not be Super Bowl without the great half-time entertainment, and this year that is provided by the Black Eyed Peas.
Of course, we do get the feeling that everything else BUT the BEP was outstanding here. Usher and Slash stole the show, even the back up dancers and the flashing lights on their wardrobe did a better job at keeping us awed than BEP. Oh well.
Other distractions include jumbotron moments with former president George Bush with wife Laura, Cameron Diaz feeding A-Rod popcorn, Michael Douglas looking a lot better even with throat cancer and Catherine Zeta Jones, Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler and Hugh Jackman.
And then, there is the game itself.
Who did you root for? It doesn't matter because both teams put up a good fight. Some of the best moments we can't stop talking about:
1. Rashard Mendenhall's Crucial Fumble. Mendenhall is often steady-handed, bringing the ball over 60 yards more than a dozen times. But his late fumble was ominous of a Packers' win. Mendenhall knew it.
2. Troy Polamalu might as well have sat the whole thing through. We were expecting some great clutch plays from Polamalu but he just did not deliver. He didn't recover any fumbles, he made three tackles and absolutely did not intercept anything.
3. Jordy Nelson was on a roll. Who can forget that touchdown?
Of course Greg Jennings had two touchdowns. And we were betting on Nelson or Jennings to get the MVP nod, but it went to Rodgers instead.
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