SpongeBob Squarepants finally gets Sweet Victory after Super Bowl

SpongeBob SquarePants&apos creator Stephen Hillenburg died last year. Credit Nickelodeon

SpongeBob SquarePants&apos creator Stephen Hillenburg died last year. Credit Nickelodeon

The biggest moment for Levine came when he finally ditched his snug tank top as the group ended their set with Moves Like Jagger and showed off his heavily tattooed arms and upper body (and many gold chains) in what I take was his version of a wardrobe malfunction.

Levine said of his band's decision to perform despite the calls to boycott, "No one thought about it more than I did".

But the lineup didn't end there. "I think there are plenty of people - a lot of the players, to be honest - who support Kap and also do their job for the National Football League", he said.

She had pipes, she had power, and she was a bright beam of light that infused the show with energy for people across the internet where she of course did not go unnoticed. Rapper Travis Scott joined in after Big Boi rolled on the field in a Cadillac and wearing a fur coat.

A Twitter account belonging to Nickelodeon, the show's original network, also expressed some frustration at the fifteen-second-long transition.

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He thanked the universe for the opportunity, his fans, as well as addressed his haters/critics by thanking them for "pushing us to do better". Post the show, Adam Levine took to Instagram and wrote an emotional post about the opportunity of getting to perform at the SBHTS. We thank our fans for making our dreams possible.

"Janet Jackson's good reputation was tarnished for 50 percent less nipple than we saw today", another user added.

General view of the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3, 2019 in Atlanta.

While their performances garnered mixed reactions, one move by the lead singer of Maroon 5, Adam Levine, prompted a discussion on the double standards between male and female artists in the entertainment industry.

Prior to the performance, a massive petition circulating online demanded that Maroon 5 kneel in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick, promoted by none other than Pink Floyd's Roger Waters.

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