If you witnessed the New England Patriots defeat the Atlanta Falcons in one of the biggest comebacks ever at the Super Bowl, you probably saw the T-Mobile ad starring Justin Bieber.
In the minute long commercial, the singer, who is apparently known as a celebration expert nowadays, goes through the history of football celebrations with a special appearance from Patriots tight end, Rob Gronkowski.
Because most commercials aired a couple days before the game, the T-Mobile ad has over 11 million views on Youtube, and many people have tweeted their dance moves to Bieber.
In Wyoming, Minnesota, plenty of people went to bars to catch the big game. The Wyoming Police Department decided to have a little fun for the occasion with a single tweet:
— Wyoming, MN Police (@wyomingpd) February 6, 2017
With over one million views, the tweet became viral with people from around the world chiming in on the statement. T-Mobile’s competitor Sprint decided to jump in on the action by quoting their own Super Bowl commercial:
— Sprint (@sprint) February 6, 2017
Fortunately for the police department, there were no DUIs reported on Super Bowl Sunday. They’re not the only police force known for their Twitter game.
The Lawrence Police Department in Lawrence, Kansas delivers laughs on a daily basis. During the 2015 World Series between the Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets, the Kansas City Police Department Twitter account was one of the biggest highlights of the event.
Justin Bieber has a lot on his plate this Sunday at the Grammy Awards. The pop star has four nominations, including Album of the Year for Purpose and Song of the Year for “Love Yourself.”
It was reported that he might boycott the event because he feels it doesn’t appeal to the younger demographic. The artist will be overseas for the next five months before heading back to North America for his first ever stadium tour in the summer.
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