Rihanna’s halftime show was a no-go for Chiefs players during halftime
In Super Bowl LVII, the Kansas City Chiefs weren’t allowed to watch Rihanna’s highly anticipated halftime show, according to Patrick Mahomes.
Following the Chiefs’ victory, Mahomes appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and talked about the game. During his time on the air, Mahomes described what Kansas City head coach Andy Reid and he said about halftime.
“I heard it was great,” Mahomes said, via “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” “If you go out to watch the performance, just keep walking cause you aren’t playing the rest of the game.”
World-famous singer Rihanna’s performance during the Kansas City-Philadelphia Super Bowl had almost 119 million viewers. This was the second-most of all time for a Super Bowl halftime performance. Katy Perry still has the crown for most viewers of all time with 121 million during her 2015 performance.
At halftime, Kansas City was down by 10 points, 24-14. The Chiefs would go onto win the game by three, 38-35, thanks to a heroic second-half performance from Super Bowl and league MVP Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes threw for 182 yards and three touchdowns. Kansas City took the lead in the final minutes thanks to kicker Harrison Butker, who drilled a 27-yard field goal.
The Chiefs learned their lesson after last year’s Super Bowl, when Cincinnati Bengals kicked Evan McPherson trotted onto the field to watch the halftime performance. Cincinnati would go onto lose Super Bowl LVI to the Los Angeles Rams.
Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes visited world-famous Disneyland after his victory on Sunday. He visited with his wife and kids.
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