Year after year, the Super Bowl continues to emerge as the most-watched night in entertainment. From the national anthem to the commercials, it offers a platform for the world's biggest stars. This year, Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R., The Weeknd and several others participated in Super Bowl festivities. While the Super Bowl provides a platform for the world's biggest stars, it also provides a platform for new stars to emerge.
Jazmine Sullivan, Adam Blackstone and Eric Church provided an outstanding performance of the national anthem, but Warren "Wawa" Snipe may have stolen the show. Snipe took the field at Raymond James Stadium as the American Sign Language interpreter, but he left the field as a superstar. His outfit, energy and personality shined through television screens across the country.
"[This] has been a dream of mine," Snipe told Entertainment Tonight.
"When I was notified that I was the talent chosen, I was shocked. It was just really exciting and my family was in shock."
The world is being introduced to Snipe for the first time, but he has been a star for some time now. Snipe has appeared in Maxwell's "Finger Crossed" video and Black Lightning. Moving forward, the star interpreter will continue to promote his second album.
"I was in the middle of completing my album. The album was just released February 1 and in January I was notified that I had been selected to perform," he said.
"So I had a big project to focus on [and] that just added another project to my plate! I had my album release and I had the Super Bowl."
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