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Super Bowl LI Highlights

Super Bowl LI Highlights

Did you watch the Super Bowl LI yesterday?

If you did, here’s a short recap you don’t want to miss. But if you didn’t, here’s what you need to know:

New England Patriots won against Atlanta Falcons 34-28.

Comeback Complete! @Patriots win #SB51! #Patriots đź“·: John Biever/NFL

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At the beginning of the first quarter, Falcons were the ones leading the tournament. However, Patriots could spin the wheel to the opposite direction, making themselves the winners of the night.

Did you know — that in the past year, the NFL ditched the Roman numerals? They were replaced by Arabic numerals. Instead of Super Bowl L, it was named Super Bowl 50. The reason behind it was to “elevate and celebrate the historic 50th anniversary.”

Luke Bryan, an American country music singer, sang the National Anthem after three members of the Hamilton cast showed up to sing America the Beautiful.

Last but not least, Lady Gaga performed at the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show.

2 days. #PepsiHalftime #SB51

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From the beginning, everything was flawlessly synchronized: the dancers, the fireworks, the drones, the illumination, and Gaga itself. The production of the show was superb.

Gaga started her performance singing God Bless America, and sending a message of inclusion to the audience.

During this song, many lights appeared behind Gaga creating figures, such as the U.S. Flag, and the Pepsi logo.

After GBA ended, she jumped off the roof of the stadium to reach the stage. She sang a medley of some of her most successful singles: Pokerface, Born This Way, Telephone, Just Dance. Then she continued with Million Reasons and ended up with Bad Romance, the grand finale.

You can watch the full performance here:

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