8 Things to Remember About Super Bowl 2022
Los Angeles celebrates 2022 Super Bowl LVI win as Rams take down the Bengals 23-20 to capture their second franchise Super Bowl.
Sunday’s Super Bowl game was not just about football, halftime, star-studded TV commercials, but the offbeat tradition of the “oohs” and “aahs” from the crowd and fans.
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Mary J. Blige may have performed one of her hits, “No More Drama,” during the halftime show, but who can forget about all the drama, thrills, and chills that this Game gave us in the 3 hour 12-minute average duration. Here are some of the unforgettable moments and highlights of the game you may have missed:
- Los Angeles hosting the game for the first time in 29 years.
- Not only did he win a Super Bowl ring but Los Angeles Safety, Taylor Rapp pulled out another ring when he proposed to his longtime girlfriend Dani Johnson on the field and she said “YES.”
- Van Jefferson hustling out of the stadium to be by his wife, Samaria’s side who went into labor during the game. They both welcomed a new son!
- Eminem taking a knee during the halftime show as an apparent tribute to Colin Kaepernick’s protest.
- Many fans at the Super Bowl in California seen mask less at the game despite being offered KN95 masks as a requirement for face coverings. Meanwhile the Los Angeles Youth Orchestra performed with masks outside the SoFi Stadium just prior to Super Bowl kickoff on Sunday.
- Cooper Kupp becoming the eight wide receiver since 1976 to win Super Bowl MVP.
- Mickey Guyton stunning rendition of the national anthem. She made history as the first Black woman to earn a Grammy nomination as a country music singer and first Black Solo woman to host the ACM awards. Not to forget, a four-time Grammy nominee with her hit song “Black Like Me.”
- According to Snoop Dogg, the halftime show was “a great moment that combined the biggest sporting event in the world with hip-hop…the biggest form of music in the world. Together, the musicians headlined in the halftime show have 44 Grammy awards, with Eminem having the most awards at 15.