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Posted: February 05, 2018

Music City Minute: Country Music And The Big Game! 

Carrie Underwood premiered her new video for "The Champion" just prior to the kickoff of the big game yesterday, and it certainly didn't disappoint. The superstar dazzled in a silver gown encrusted with pearls and jewels, looking sexy and confident as she showed off her famous legs and belted out the inspiring anthem. The clip additionally featured a montage of cameos from NFL champs past and present, including Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, Marcus Allen, Nick Foles and Tom Brady.

A lot of our favorite country artists were at the big game yesterday including Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, they showed them after a commercial break. The guys of Florida Georgia Line were also there and they were making bets with each other!

Tyler posted a photo about how Brian owes him money. In some of the photos you can see Brian’s wife but Tyler’s wasn’t there, she was probably home on baby duty.

Maren Morris was also at the game with her fiancé Ryan Hurd, they shared a couple selfies and some photos of the field. 

Some of our favorite country stars also were in some of the Big Game Commercials last night! Jon Pardi's version of the Tom T. Hall song "I Like Beer" was featured in a new Michelob ULTRA commercial that aired last night. Jon's re-recorded rendition serves as the anthem in the ad as celebrities such as actor Chris Pratt, pro surfer Kelly Slater and golfer Brooks Koepka sing along while performing athletic feats. The commercial helped kick off Michelob ULTRA's "You Can Do Both" campaign, which demonstrates how it's possible to be fit and still enjoy beer.

Big Kenny from Big & Rich also made a quick appearance in a commercial for Monster Cable Products you can see him right around the two-minute mark. 

And we told you about this on Friday, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Clarkson were in a commercial together to promote the upcoming season of The Voice that kicks off February 26th, and it’s basically making fun of over exaggerated country music videos. 

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