Someone Dubbed SpongeBob's 'Sweet Victory' Over Maroon 5's Super Bowl Halftime Show

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He might have the moves like Jagger but Adam Levine's band didn't put on a halftime show like The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, Bruno Mars, U2, or even "left shark" because Maroon 5's recent performance at Super Bowl LIII really failed to make an impression.

Framingham native and TV personality Katie Nolan, actress Aisha Tyler, rapper Amine, and others took to Twitter to share their thoughts during Super Bowl Sunday, or what some on the social media site have referred to as "Janet Jackson Appreciation Day". As fans know, back in 2004, while Janet was performing during the Super Bowl Halftime Show, Justin went to remove Janet's corset and accidentally tore off her bra, exposing her bare breast.

Adam Levine should be used to criticism by now, as he faced backlash after signing on to headline the halftime show.

Kaepernick's subsequent treatment by the National Football League led to many A-list acts such as Jay-Z, Rihanna and Cardi B turning down the halftime-performance spot this year. "To watch the game is to compromise my beliefs".

Many Super Bowl watchers, however, were more unimpressed by what Levine wasn't wearing - with some declaring the shirtless last-quarter of his halftime performance the sweaty second coming of "Nipplegate".

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"When we accepted the responsibility to perform at the SBHTS, I took out my pen and just wrote".

"We thank the universe for this historic opportunity to play on the world's biggest stage", he continued. But according to a lengthy message posted to Instagram, Levine seemed content about their performance.

It appears Spongebob is making the most of being a fave of USA sports team across the country with the music video playing on the screens, while fans cheered and danced in their seats. "We look to have a good time".

"No one thought about it more than I did", said Levine. A gospel choir enrobed in blue made a splash, and the internet latched onto one woman in particular who provided one of the most unexpected and refreshing moments of the evening.