The Los Angeles Rams have beaten the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20, marking their second-ever Super Bowl win. Drink it in, LA.
Beyond the action, social media were having a field day—conjuring up their own humor for the event. We decided to take a look at some of the best moments the internet shared for the Super Bowl LVI Half Time Show.
Read Los Angeles‘ review of the Super Bowl Halftime Show here.
50 Cent’s Upside-Down Introduction
For the halftime show, fans got to see Dr. Dre behind a massive production board that turned into a classic collaboration with Long Beach legend Snoop Dogg. New York’s 50 Cent then made his entrance in a unique way; dangling upside down from the roof of one of the sets to his hit song, “In Da Club.”
— DingDongAyo (@AyoDingDong) February 14, 2022
— Justin McPhail (@justinmcphai1) February 14, 2022
— JD (@TwistedNaeNae) February 14, 2022
Mary J. Blige’s Curtain Closer
The third performance of the halftime show featured an encapsulating performance by another New York native, Mary J. Blige. She came out shining in a silver-patterned two-piece set, topped off by matching gloves and thigh-high boots. However, the internet’s highlight of her performance of “No More Drama” and “Family Affair”, was her falling on her back at the end and lying down.
— ❤️ Dr. Allison Berkowitz ❤️ (@SocialWorkItOut) February 14, 2022
— Arlene Dickinson (@ArleneDickinson) February 14, 2022
— h (@laureIheIIs) February 14, 2022
Euphoria Day, Not Super Bowl Sunday
Not everyone was tuning into the country’s largest annual sporting event, as fans of HBO’s hit show, Euphoria, had their minds elsewhere.
Not the superbowl having the nerve to play on EUPHORIA DAY pic.twitter.com/dyVssrkgBB
— L🤎 (@itsmy2ndday) February 13, 2022
— Haley (@itss_haleyy) February 14, 2022
the TL going from the super bowl to euphoria pic.twitter.com/sfCQeifrcz
— mellow (@honeyxcream) February 14, 2022
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