Super Bowl XLV11 was one of the more memorable showdowns in NFL history, thanks to Beyonce's halftime performance and the blackout at the Superdome during the third quarter. Of course, many took to Twitter -- including celebrities -- to talk about the game and all the shenanigans that went down on Sunday night.
"Got buffalo wing sauce in my eye. I look like I've been crying for a quarter and a half," the media mogul tweeted.
Poor Gayle King. All she wanted was some pizza, but Domino's let her down.
"Now Been waiting for close to two hours for my @ dominos order been put on hold twice thisclose to eating a bowl of cereal."
The finance pro then added her two cents to King's Domino's debacle.
They didn't have to ask, because "The Apprentice" mogul tweeted his opinion anyway.
You guys, since this power outage the 49ers seem to b playing a lot better & like they really want to win the game! Anyone else notice this?" the "Modern Family" star tweeted sarcastically after the power outage in the stadium.
"Still trying 2 get over the comm'l w the model kissing the nerd. Jeffrey's already obsessed w kissing. The commercial took him overboard," tweeted "The View" host. Her son, Jeffery, is 7.
"HATED the model kissing the nerd… Jeffrey kept wanting to rewind it. Wasn't able to reach the remote in time to pause. #yuck #disgusting."
"Me asking you to watch Girls on the night of the Superbowl is like a kid asking their junkie mom for help with their math homework. Sort of?" the actress and writer tweeted, referring to the competition between her show and the game.
Hey, sportscasters talking about the #SuperBowl2013. The jacket button rule is "Sometimes, Always, Never" not "Always, Always, Always,'" the stylish "Modern Family" star tweeted.
I love the Puppy Bowl," the singer and actress tweeted. We all do, Kristin.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson
"Occasionally I wonder what a football game would be like if played by Zombies. Would be slower, but oh so much more violent,"
How did you like the 2013 Super Bowl?
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