Fans Convinced A ‘SpongeBob’ Super Bowl Tribute Is Happening

Fans grabbed hold of that to theorize the halftime show would include a “SpongeBob” tribute.
Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of the animated series, died in November following a battle with the neurodegenerative disease ALS.
The song “Sweet Victory” was performed by the Bikini Bottom Super Band at a football game in an episode from the show’s second season.
Conspiracy theorists also point out that Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which will play host to Super Bowl LIII, had earlier tweeted a GIF of “SpongeBob.”
So fans have figured it all adds up to either the song and/or “SpongeBob” making a cameo during the halftime performance.
To that end, more than 1 million people have signed a petition to advocate for it.
    None of the halftime performers have confirmed it’s happening, but that hasn’t tamped down excitement all over social media.
    “Hey @maroon5 if the rumors are true that you plan on playing Sweet Victory(from Spongebob) during the Super Bowl half time show, you will have gained my respect,” one person tweeted.


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