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Superbowl is that one time in the year when the entire US gathers around and in front of the television screens, cheering and celebrating every drive.
Apart from the game that is being played, we ought to gorge on a lot of chicken wings and yell at the top of our voice. Yes, Superbowl does that to us.
While the sport goes on in full stride, there are controversies that mark emotions to the next level.
Apparently, the injury was downplayed and we know how the match ended. It was a win-win for the Pats.
Janet Jackson experienced an unexpected wardrobe malfunction when her outfit came undone. Luckily, Justin Timberlake was there to her help.
On the night before Super Bowl XXXVII in San Diego, Raider's pro bowler Barret was sent home by the coach for not being regular at the meetings and the final walkthrough. Later, it was found that Barret was suffering from depression and bi-polar disorder.
During the halftime show, Prince was shown in a Silhouette performing "Purple Rain" as his shadow appeared absurd to our eyes.
Candice Michelle and her constant wardrobe malfunctions kept the eyes glued while she was featured in the commercial as a witness at a fictional congressional hearing.
Life trolled Eugene when he was awarded as a 'high moral character' and the same night was arrested offering money to an undercover female police officer who was posing as a prostitute.
Bengals fullback Stanley failed to show up for a meeting the night before Superbowl XXIII. Twenty minutes later he was found shaking on the floor of his bathroom due to substance abuse. And, he was banned from the League for life.
Black beret's and pumped fists were like giving homage to the black power political movement. Her performance sent shockwaves of controversy. While some people appreciated her for being politically bold, others mocked and called it a 'race baiting stunt.'
Fryar got sidelined because of two cut fingers on his right hand and it was rumored that his fingers were cut because of a fight with his lady love.