New England Patriots captured their fourth Super Bowl, Tom Brady won his third Super Bowl MVP, and Katy Perry had a stellar halftime show. This year’s game was the most Tweeted about Super Bowl in history.
1. 395,000 tweets per minute: the championship-clinching interception by the Patriots’ Malcolm Butler in the final seconds of the game.
2. 379,000 tweets per minute: the moment the clock hit zero and Tom Brady and his New England Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl championship.
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3. 284,000 tweets per minute: the end of Katy Perry’s face-melting halftime show, which reminded us the more you know, the better.
Katy’s halftime show alone, including additional performances by Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliot, garnered more than 3 million Tweets during the 15-minute show.
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High fives all around, internet!
Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/austinhunt/super-tweets-for-a-super-bowl