Supermodel Gisele Bundchen chugged wine at the Super Bowl as her frustrated quarterback husband, Tom Brady, threw away several easy passes.
Many fans commiserated with the despondent Bundchen, who was captured in a Twitter photo swilling wine as her “bored” daughter sat in her lap.
It was a tense evening for New England Patriots fans, as the neck-and-neck game eventually went to the Philadelphia Eagles, who won their first Super Bowl by a score of 41 to 33.
“Gisele pounding wine is every @Patriots fan right now,” one fan tweeted.
— Corie Whalen (@CorieWhalen) February 5, 2018
Gisele gripping that red wine like she’s ready to fastball it at someone’s head. #SuperBowl
— Justin Robert Young (@JustinRYoung) February 5, 2018
Another joked: “Gisele drinking wine and ignoring her bored kid is all of us.”
Gisele drinking wine and ignoring her bored kid is all of us.
— brian braiker (@slarkpope) February 5, 2018
Others pointed out that a supermodel swilling wine in a private sky box while watching her quarterback husband play in the Super Bowl is the stuff of dreams (even if he loses).
When I grow up, I want to be Gisele Bundchen, wine drunk in a private box with my children watching the #SuperBowl
— Millie Perry (@amilli_perry) February 5, 2018
While Bundchen was making headlines in the stands, Tom Brady raised eyebrows before the game even began.
The 6-foot-4 quarterback arrived at the stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, looking like a caricature in a super-villain outfit of dark sunglasses and a gray trench coat.
While Brady is normally a fashion plate like his supermodel wife, his comically villainous look inspired hilarious Twitter memes and jokes:
Tom Brady arrives to the Super Bowl dressed to try and swipe nuclear codes from a 10 year old who had no idea they were hidden in his new toy truck. (Plot of Home Alone 3). Either that or he’s a Ski School villain from Germany. pic.twitter.com/Z4eXvc0FeD
— Jason Martin (@JMartRadio) February 4, 2018
brady looks like the overconfident european assassin who dies in the last twenty minutes of an action movie pic.twitter.com/dXvX47xtxS
— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) February 4, 2018
"Do you expect me to fly?"
"No, Mr. Eagle. I expect you to *die*." pic.twitter.com/BcvNMscVoJ
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) February 4, 2018
Others said Tom looked like he belonged in a techno-pop band.
Tom Brady looks like he just dropped a sick West German techno-pop album pic.twitter.com/mkobYS0qKE
— John Noonan (@noonanjo) February 4, 2018
In the end, the Patriots lost to the Philadelphia Eagles, but the game was one for the ages: a nail-biter that showcased the grit and resilience of two warrior teams.
The Super Bowl was also a win for patriotic Americans, who were thrilled that both the Patriots and the Eagles proudly stood for the national anthem and paid homage to the American flag.
“We hold [our fallen military heroes] in our hearts and thank them for our freedom as we proudly stand for the National Anthem,” President Trump declared ahead of the game. Hooah.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) February 5, 2018
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