Behind the Scenes of Super Bowl LIII
How did Maroon 5 pull off spelling out words in the sky during the halftime show? Inside Edition takes you behind the scenes of the big game.
Vivian, 6, delighted everyone as she celebrated dad's sixth Super Bowl win by playing with the confetti and basking in the glory.
When the final whistle blew, it was mayhem as everyone scrambled to congratulate the quarterback for the New England Patriots.
Brady's wife, Gisele Bundchen, was pretty happy too, running around hugging friends. She was still beaming when Inside Edition caught up with her.
However, there was drama in the Patriots' locker room as an overzealous fan got his hands on a security guard's jacket and tried to sneak into the locker room but was busted.
Inside Edition asked Brady how it felt to have won six rings, tying basketball player Michael Jordan’s record for most ever won by an American athlete in their respective major league sports. Brady said it felt “exactly how you'd think!”
It was a remarkable triumph for Brady and the Patriots. But he wasn’t the only star to shine during the big game as Gladys Knight blew everyone away with her moving rendition of the national anthem.
After her performance, the legend told Inside Edition she felt “great,” adding, “it's a big, big moment.”
Sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey sang “America, the Beautiful,” and told Inside Edition after their performance that “it felt good.”
Inside Edition also caught up again with the five best friends who have attended every Super Bowl over the years. “We are so fortunate,” they said following their 53rd game.
Maroon 5's halftime show was the talk of the town as well. Many marveled at how the band were able to spell their name in the sky thanks to drone technology.
As the show went on, Maroon 5’s Adam Levine gradually shed his clothes. By the end he was shirtless. Some loved it but others were critical, pointing out that Janet Jackson got in big trouble for showing too much skin years earlier.
Levine shut down haters the next day. “We thank the universe for this historic opportunity to play on the world's biggest stage. And we thank our critics for always pushing us to do better,” he said in a statement.
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