Romantic Scene At Super Bowl: A Player Proposed To His Sweetheart

Right after winning the Super Bowl LVI on Sunday, Los Angeles Rams player Taylor Rapp proposed to his girlfriend and she said "yes".

The Los Angeles Rams player Taylor Rapp safety pulled out the ring and kneeled to pop the question to Dani Johnson after helping his team to win the game with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Taylor Rapp will forever remember that moment when he won a Super Bowl ring and gave his girlfriend a wedding ring on Valentine's Day. Dani, who was wearing bright blue trousers in honor of her husband-to-be team, put out her hand and tearfully accepted, and they embraced while fans cheered.

The Rams shared a clip with the emotional moment on their social media accounts, which was captioned: "MORE THAN ONE RING TONIGHT! CONGRATS, @taylorrapp!!!(sic)"

Another touching story at this year's edition was that of Van Jefferson, also a Rams player, who missed the title celebration to run to his wife who went into labor during the Super Bowl final.

A Historical Game And An Epic Halftime Show

Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl for the first time in over 20 years over the Cincinnati Bengals (23-20).

The game took place in front of 70,000 spectators (the cheapest ticket was $ 7,000 - a record), at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angles, a new arena, inaugurated in 2020, being for the second time when a team plays Super Bowl on its own field. The Rams’ victory also marked a milestone in crowning their coach, Sean McVayWhat - the youngest coach to become champion at just 36 years of age.

The celebration in Los Angeles had started with the halftime show, which featured big names in hip-hop, such as Eminem who dramatically took a knee, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.

As his rendition of "Lose Yourself" ended, Eminem took a knee and held his head in his hand in apparent tribute to former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who took a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality during the 2016 season, the Star reports.

At his turn, singer Jhené Aiko brought a novel combination of R&B and harp to her rendition of "America the Beautiful."

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