A-List Celebs Give ‘Friends In Low Places’ A Hysterical Super Bowl Makeover


Following the record-shattering Super Bowl win by the New England Patriots, many people are licking their wounds over their team’s failure to make it to the big game, including Hollywood’s finest.

Inspired by Garth Brooks‘ “Friends in Low Places,” some of the biggest names in Hollywood sing of their undying love of their “Teams with Lower Rankings.” Comedian Rob Riggle invited John Travolta, Aaron Paul, Weird Al Yankovich, Kristen Bell, DJ Khaled (set to hit The Voice in the upcoming season), and many more to join him in wallowing in their teams’ inability to make it to Super Bowl LI.

“Like Garth in his song, today our teams don’t belong! But we’re gonna love them anyways,” Riggle, Paul, and Bears quarter back Brian Urlacher sing in unison. “Because we love teams with lower rankings, some that got bad breaks, some accused of tanking.”

The song closes out with Patriots-loving Travolta encouraging everyone to just cave in and root for the best.

Country music was splattered across this year’s game taking place in NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, featuring a kickoff performance of the National Anthem by Luke Bryan. The Patriots took down the Falcons in the biggest comeback in the history of American Football. 

You can watch the hysterical parody in the video below!

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