Because why not?
Because why not?
The NFL will replace the traditional Roman numerals with numbers for Super Bowl 50, scheduled for Feb. 7, 2016, in San Francisco.
And what they found was not at all what they expected.
“We don’t all look alike!” Jackson told the KTLA anchor.
Streams of her songs on Spotify increased 16% on Monday, one day after the Super Bowl.
This multilingual cover of “America the Beautiful” is now one of the Super Bowl’s most controversial commercials.
The bar wasn’t set very high, but last week’s Madden Bowl beat it by leaps and bounds.
The blowout bout between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos drew a record 111.5 million people.
“We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this caused our customers,” a spokesperson said.Update: Time Warner is providing compensation for the outage.
Apparently the Seahawks weren’t the only ones to win that night.
They didn’t even get to watch the commercials.
This cake, posted on Reddit by Tony McKendry, deserves the slowest of slow claps.
Basically, everyone’s a winner when it comes to the Puppy Bowl.
It was awkward.
Some of these might be jokes, but it’s so hard to tell anymore. Most of the people upset about the advertisement didn’t even seem to notice the gay couple in it.
“It’s ok daddy u r still my hero.”
The department-store company sent out some nonsensical tweets tonight, leading many to believe the person running the account was drunk or hacked. Turns out they were “tweeting with mittens” on, which was the plan all along.
Because what is the Super Bowl without ads featuring our favorite people.
Like, not quite Beyoncé level, but pretty awesome.
It wasn’t a great night for Super Bowl ads, but here are the ones everyone will be talking about.
Sir Paul is every one of us watching the Super Bowl.
Just in case you didn’t know.
Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander got back down to the petty arguing that delighted us all in an episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Sorry, Bruno Mars, but y’all remember Beyoncé?
World-famous soprano Renee Fleming sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” live and proved why opera singers are the world’s original divas.
Joe’s giving Macklemore a real run for his money.
Using the #EsuranceSave30 hashtag after the Super Bowl will count as an entry to potentially win $1.5 million. It’s the biggest sum of money ever given away on the social network.
NFL and Star Wars fanboys UNITE! John Raya created these amazing images based off of Star Wars locations and characters.
Prove it: Ace this excerpt of the NFL Scouting Combine’s Wonderlic Test.
Christie attended the Super Bowl Hand Off ceremony with the governors of New York and Arizona Saturday.