08:16 AM EDT 02/23/2015
Originally posted 02/02/2015 11:00AM
Because it's all about the food
Originally posted 02/02/2015 12:35PM
Katy Perry fan or not, even the most cynical hater would have to admit that her Super Bowl performance on Sunday was a pop culture masterpiece.
From riding atop a giant tiger operated by black-clad puppeteers to sailing over the University of Phoenix stadium on a "The More You Know" star, Perry, 30, certainly knew how to put on a show that would get social media buzzing.
Of course, social media buzzed in the best way it knows how – by cheerfully poking fun at the performance in the form of memes. Here's a sampling.
Originally posted 02/02/2015 12:05PM
On Sunday night, Katy Perry soared across the sky like an NBC PSA, Marshawn Lynch went into "Beast Mode," and the Patriots took home another Super Bowl title.
Originally posted 02/02/2015 11:20AM
If photographic evidence is to be believed, Kanye West did not have a very good Super Bowl weekend.
Originally posted 02/02/2015 10:25AM
In case you missed it: Chris Pratt and Chris Evans made a great Super Bowl bet. If Pratt's Seahawks won, Evans had to visit a children's hospital as Captain America, and if Evans's Patriots came out on top, Pratt had to visit a Boston charity dressed as his Guardians of the Galaxy character Star-Lord.
Originally posted 02/02/2015 10:00AM
See the star's fresh ink
Originally posted 02/02/2015 09:35AM
Originally posted 02/02/2015 12:00AM
After the New England Patriots narrowly came out on top at Super Bowl XLIX, The Tonight Show serenaded the Pats and their rival Seattle Seahawks with a 1970s classic.
To keep the festive atmosphere going after Sunday's big game finished, Jimmy Fallon called on a number of his A-list friends to perform an a cappella rendition of Queen's "We Are the Champions."
Originally posted 02/02/2015 07:30AM
Vying for the prize of taking pride in their lip-sync skills, Get Hard stars Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart joined Fallon for two rounds of fake-singing their hearts out.
While Ferrell, 47, leaned toward more mainstream hits including Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love" (points deducted for omitting the "surfbort" line) and a glitter-bombing take on "Let It Go" from Frozen's "Wicked-ly talented" star Adele Dazeem (a.k.a. Idina Menzel), he really shone as the object of an emotional serenade by Hart, 35, to John Legend's "All of Me." There were abs. There were slaps. There were tears (not all of them from laughter).
Originally posted 02/02/2015 07:00AM
The heavily previewed commercials that aired during Sunday's Seahawks-Patriots game collectively made for a strange night, veering from big-scale whimsy to big-scale heartbreak.
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