This year’s Super Bowl was unlike any other—primarily because it was played with cardboard cutouts in the crowd, while the audience was advised to practice social distancing at home. That didn’t stop the year’s biggest sporting event from giving us a couple of pretty epic moments, and everyone seems to be talking about these three.
The Weeknd’s Halftime Show
The Super Bowl may be a sporting event, but the halftime show is usually the most talked about part of the entire evening. This year was no different, and The Weeknd’s performance inspired more Twitter reactions and memes than any other moment.
Major companies and movie studios pour insane amounts of money into Super Bowl ads, so it’s important for them to make an impression. This year has given us several amazing ads, and Cadillac’s Edward Scissorhands-inspired commercial starring Winona Ryder and Timothée Chalamet created more buzz than any other.
Tom Brady’s Triumph
At the end of the day, Super Bowl fans are there for the football, and this year’s game was pretty historic. Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a pretty unsurprising victory against the Kansas City Chiefs, winning his seventh Super Bowl title.