Los Angeles Rams’ Taylor Rapp proposes to his girlfriend on the field after his Super Bowl LVI victory
- The Los Angeles Rams’ Taylor Rapp proposed to his girlfriend after his team won Super Bowl LVI on Sunday, as friends, family and teammates gathered around.
- The 24-year-old safety got on one knee and proposed to his longtime, high school sweetheart, Danielle Johnson, in the middle of the field.
- Rapp was only the second Asian American to be drafted into the NFL in 2019 and was born to a Chinese mother from Shanghai and a white father from Canada.
- The third-year pro player won his first Super Bowl on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals with a final score of 23-20.
Shortly after claiming victory at Super Bowl LVI, Los Angeles Rams’ safety Taylor Rapp proposed to his high school sweetheart, Danielle Johnson.
Friends, family and teammates gathered around to witness Rapp popping the question to Johnson, who happily accepted.
Nathan Chen will be featured in one of the several commercial advertisements during the Super Bowl this Sunday.
The Asian American figure skating wonder from Salt Lake City, who recently became the United States Men’s Figure Skating Champion, is starring in a minute-long ad for NBC’s broadcast of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Performing at the halftime show of the Super Bowl is definitely a big deal, as the tradition has evolved into a spectacle in itself as part of the annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL).
Notable artists who have performed in the event for millions of viewers over the years include Gloria Estefan, Michael Jackson, Clint Black, Patti LaBelle, Tony Bennett, Madonna, Beyoncé, and Prince.
In a recent video posted on YouTube, actor and comedian Verne Troyer took on Super Bowl MVP Von Miller in a game of NBA 2k15. The epic battle takes place in Troyer’s personal game room, where he has a sweet setup.
After the Super Bowl, three lucky and creative Twitter users won $50,000 each for their tweets about Doritos chips.
Doritos’ “Crash the Second Screen” Twitter contest attracted 5,500 people to create creative tweets about the chip brand. Afterwards, Doritos picked three winners — one for best text tweet, picture tweet and a video tweet.
One man who worked the 50th Super Bowl this past Sunday as a concession stand worker lived to tell the tale.
Gabriel Thompson, “a freelance journalist in need of money,” described his experience as a concession worker at one of the biggest sporting events on Earth with approximately 71,000 fans in attendance. His insights reveal that a majority of the workers who made the 50th Super Bowl a success are overworked, undervalued and underappreciated.