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- Over 50,000 Fans Want the Super Bowl to Play This ‘SpongeBob’ Song at Halftime
- Super Bowl 2019 halftime show: SpongeBob SquarePants makes a brief appearance
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Some fans are happy that the show -- and thus its late creator -- got acknowledged. Others say it wasn't enough. SpongeBob SquarePants fans, was Sunday your best day ever? Or not so much? As was hinted at multiple times, Maroon 5 used the Super Bowl 53 halftime show to pay tribute to the animated series, whose creator, Stephen Hillenburg, died in November. Fans had been hoping or maybe even expecting that Maroon 5 would play Sweet Victory, a song SpongeBob performs with a marching band at the Bubble Bowl -- the underwater equivalent of the Super Bowl that appeared in the show's second season. An online petition for the song had also helped build up expectations.
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. While Maroon 5 might headline the show alongside Big Boi and Travis Scott, people are eager to see the group pay tribute to SpongeBob with an epic performance of "Sweet Victory. Krabs, and Plankton get their rock on. Fans have been clamoring for a performance of "Sweet Victory," to get its due at the Super Bowl, especially after the SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg passed away last year. The fact that "Sweet Victory" is a perfect arena anthem by virtue of its origin caused fans to create petitions and campaigns in an effort to get the song recognized on the biggest stage in sports. In the show, Squidward recruits his friends and enemies to help him perform at the biggest sporting event in Bikini Bottom; the Bubble Bowl.
SpongeBob SquarePants fans should prepare for the most epic Super Bowl halftime show ever, because it sounds like the cartoon's iconic arena rock anthem "Sweet Victory" will be making an appearance at the big game this year. That's right — not only do viewers have Maroon 5 and Travis Scott to look forward to for the halftime show this year, but there are a lot of reasons to believe that beloved SpongeBob SquarePants song will be in Super Bowl LIII 's halftime show as well. Hillenburg died due to complications of ALS on Nov. One of the things to arise on the internet shortly after Hillenburg's death was a Change. The petition has received over a million signatures.
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Over 50,000 Fans Want the Super Bowl to Play This ‘SpongeBob’ Song at Halftime
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Super Bowl 2019 halftime show: SpongeBob SquarePants makes a brief appearance
Hillenburg's iconic cartoon about a porous yellow rectangle brought some light and optimism to our dark world , and even taught at least one kid how to do the Heimlich maneuver. So in honor of his passing, one brilliant fan hatched a plan to celebrate Hillenburg in the best way he knew how: by getting the song from that episode where Spongebob plays a halftime show into the actual Super Bowl. The fan, Isreal Colunga, hopped on Change. For those pitiful few who don't know the entire SpongeBob oeuvre by heart, the song comes from an episode called "Band Geeks," in which SpongeBob and the gang venture up onto dry land to perform during halftime at the Bubble Bowl. Unfortunately, Eisley probably won't be playing the halftime show no matter how many signatures this petition gets, since Maroon 5 is already set to perform. But given that halftime shows historically just feature bands playing medleys of their most popular songs, along with the fact that Maroon 5 has never written anything that reaches the epic heights of "Sweet Victory" over the course of the band's entire career, maybe the petition will inspire Adam Levine to belt out a few lines of the song in Hillenburg's honor. At least 50, people out there know it's the right thing to do.