The Lombardi Trophy is actually headed to Philadelphia.
The Eagles won Super Bowl LII on Sunday night, defeating the brand-new England Patriots, 41 – 33. The victory is actually a huge upset for the Eagles over Tom Brady along with the defending champion Pats, especially after losing their star quarterback, Carson Wentz, late inside regular season. The loss of Wentz was seen as so significant, in fact, of which despite entering the playoffs as the No. 1 seed inside NFC, the Eagles were underdogs in betting markets throughout the postseason.
A ton of celebrity fans turned up, both at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, along with on social media, including Bradley Cooper along with Irina Shayk showed their Eagles pride on the field before the big game, snapping a photo with fellow Eagles fans Miles Teller along with his fiancé, product Keleigh Sperry, who shared the pic to Instagram.
Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, Donnie Wahlberg along with Jenny McCarthy were also in attendance.
Of course, for many viewers, the real festivities happened during the halftime along with the commercial breaks.
Justin Timberlake showed what those 8-10 hour daily rehearsals were for, putting on a great show which has a Prince tribute along with playing “Filthy” off of his latest album, Man of the Woods, as well as some of his biggest past hits, including “Sexy Back,” “My Love” along with “Cry Me a River.”
Ad-wise, the favorites of the night were certainly the brand-new Westworld season 2 trailer, the Amazon Alexa commercial with Cardi B along with Rebel Wilson, along with Tiffany Haddish’s hilarious Groupon spot.
Considering Super Bowl Sunday is actually pretty much the biggest day for commercials, the item’s no surprise the ads featured many star-studded appearances, through Chris Pratt, to Tiffany Haddish, to David Schwimmer, along with even an epic showdown between Morgan Freeman along with Peter Dinklage. Additionally, Cindy Crawford teamed up with Pepsi for a re-creation of her iconic 1992 Super Bowl ad.
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