What’s Trending: Monday, February 4th, 2019

The Big Game, Gladys Knight, Halftime Show, Motherhood

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 What’s Trending: Monday, February 4th, 2019

 

#SuperBowl

§     Super Bowl 53 is in the books with the New England Patriots beating the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.

§     This is their third Lombardi Trophy in five seasons.

§     New England also ties Pittsburg for the most Super Bowl wins of all-time with six.

 

#GladysKnight

§     The Atlanta-born legend sang a beautiful rendition of the national anthem at the Super Bowl.

§     There was some initial controversy over her performing at the game and now there is some controversy after her performance.

§     She appeared to say “brave” twice, so the question is…is the song over when the singer hits all the words or is the song over when the singer stops singing?

§     The first time she said “brave” she was under the over/under of 1:50.

§     After the second “brave,” she was well past the limit.

§     A few sportsbooks are making everyone winners on that particular bet.

 

#HalftimeShow

§     The show is getting mixed reviews.

§     Maroon 5 took the stage at the Big Game, kicking things off with “Harder to Breathe” but it seems fans got most excited when Spongebob Squarepants made an appearance, teasing a performance of "Sweet Victory."

§     It happened during Travis Scott’s appearance and some people are saying that the performance was too short.

§     One person tweeted, “More Spongebob, less Maroon 5.”

§     Fans also wanted to know why Adam Levine was able to remove his shirt, while Janet Jackson was criticized for her infamous wardrobe malfunction in 2004.

 

#Motherhood

§     Study: Motherhood takes a mental toll.

§     According to researchers, mothers experiences less satisfaction with their lives and their partnerships.

§     A large portion of moms feel like they alone are carrying the responsibility for their children’s well-being.

§     All of that responsibility is leaving moms feeling emptied out themselves.