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Super Bowl 50: Let us know your favourite moment

Super Bowl 50 between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos was pretty much the only thing sports fans were talking about on social media on Sunday night.

Celebrity sightings, halftime performers, and even a game

Beyoncé, Coldplay singer Chris Martin and Bruno Mars perform during halftime of Super Bowl 50 on Sunday in Santa Clara, Calif. (Julio Cortez/The Associated Press)

Super Bowl 50 between the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos was pretty much the only thing sports fans were talking about on social media on Sunday night.

Prior to the epic showdown, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was booed mercilessly by the crowd. There's just no other way to phrase it. 

You can enjoy (or take pity in) the footage below.


Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry, who spent much of his youth in Charlotte, N.C., showed his support for the Panthers by pounding on the drum. Keep pounding, Steph. 


Betty White, famous for her role on The Golden Girls, rescued dabbing from the pop culture scrap heap and made it cool again. This accomplishment needs to be recognized. 


Beyonce did her usual "Queen B" thing at halftime, performing her new hit Formation. Coldplay and Bruno Mars were also there. 


T-Mobile gave Steve Harvey a chance to redeem himself from his Miss Universe blunder in one of the many entertaining commercials. 


Oh, and we should probably mention the game. Denver's 24-10 defensive triumph didn't seem to drum up much business on Twitter, but congrats to Peyton Manning.

Enjoy a slice big guy, you earned it. 


Honourable mention must also go to the Blue Jays for knowing how to party. 


What was your favourite moment of Super Bowl 50? Let us know in our poll.

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