Remember "Left Shark," the scene-stealing backup dancer from the Super Bowl XLIX halftime show?

Just slightly out of rhythm, the costumed entertainer embodied the old adage about dancing "like nobody's watching" (except, in this case, 114 million people were watching, but really, who's counting?). Choreographer R.J. Durell insisted that contrary to the internet's reaction, the dancer did not "forget" the routine, arguing that Left Shark was actually supposed to be a little goofy and out of sync with Katy Perry's music.

Intentional or not, Left Shark with his big googly eyes and cartoonish smile, brought a lot of laughter and joy to people around the world that night.

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The reviews are in, and Lady Gaga's powerfully patriotic Super Bowl halftime performance is getting lots of thumbs up.

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The pop star, who flew around NRG Stadium hooked on wires for much of the show, lit up Houston with hits like "Just Dance," "Million Reasons," and "Bad Romance."

But she also belted out portions of "God Bless America" and "This Land Is Your Land" during a 12-minute performance that was somehow "pro-gay, pro-unity, pro-feminist, pro-weirdo, and pro-fabulous" all at once, The Daily Beast's Kevin Fallon noted.

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Beyoncé is going on a new world tour, and she’s helping Flint along the way.

Beyoncé joins the group of A-listers fighting for the people of Flint, Michigan.

Beyoncé performed at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. And she had more than a few surprises up her sleeves.

As to be expected with just about anything Bey-related, the Internet exploded in euphoria.

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