Super Bowl Sunday is right around the corner — it’s tomorrow, people — and there are a lot of things you should know before plopping down on your couch and watching the big game with your friends. Find out everything you need to know here!
Who’s competing in the Super Bowl? Who’s performing during the Halftime Show? Who’s singing the National Anthem? These are all valid questions that anyone might have before Sunday’s big game. Luckily for you, we have all the answers! Here are the 10 things you should know before the Super Bowl.
When Is The Super Bowl XLIX & More: What To Know About The Big Game
1. When is the Super Bowl? The big game will start at 6:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 1.
2. Who’s competing in the Super Bowl? The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks will compete to become the Super Bowl champion.
3. Who’s singing the National Anthem? Idina Menzel is set to perform the National Anthem before the big game.
4. Who’s performing during the Halftime Show? Katy Perry will be performing during the highly-anticipated Halftime Show.
5. Will there be any special guests during the Halftime Show? Yes, there will definitely be special guests! Not only will Lenny Kravitz perform with Katy, but Missy Elliot will also be joining the “Roar” singer on stage.
6. Which commercials should I look out for? Some of the best commercials we’ve seen thus far include Kim Kardashian, Tony Romo and Christina Aguilera. Look out for ads promoting T-Mobile, Pizza Hut, and The Voice.
7. Is Tom Brady sick? Tom Brady was battling a head cold earlier this week, but he’s expected to make a full recovery by game day. Either way, he will be playing.
8. What is Deflategate? The New England Patriots were accused of illegally deflating 11 out of 12 balls during the AFC Championship game. Quarterback Tom Brady denied cheating, and while many football fans called for the team’s disqualification, they will still compete on Sunday.
9. What channel is the Super Bowl on? The Super Bowl will air on NBC.
10. What show is airing after the Super Bowl? NBC’s The Blacklist will air immediately after the game.
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— Chris Rogers