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National Anthem: Memorable moments begin with Whitney

Whether you’re a sports junkie, a casual football fan, or an online betting enthusiast – or perhaps none those, you can’t help but be moved by the singing of the National Anthem prior to the Super Bowl Sunday coin toss. Lip synced or not, (she still sang and nailed it at some point), no one will ever forget the amazing rendition by the late great Whitney Houston during the Super Bowl XXV per-game celebration. Some still shed a tear.

Add in the ground pounding flyover by four F-16 fighter jets, just as Whitney raised her arms at the end of the Anthem, and it became one of the most epic moments in sports history. Still moved by it 22 years later, we have yet to hear it sung with greater passion. Whitney’s powerful performance went in 1:56:21 note to note. Trust us, we have a writer on staff who never gets tired of double checking the time of those iconic moments.

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Alicia Keys and Beyoncé are set to serenade the SB XLVII crowd in the Bayou

Alicia Keys will be on the biggest of big stages as she has the honor of singing the US National Anthem prior to the coin toss for Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans LA. Despite this being a Tom Brady free Super Bowl, we still have a Gisele in the crowd as Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter will headline the halftime show. Will Jay Z join her on stage during the fun? You can bet on it at Bovada!

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As if the game, along with all the pomp and circumstance isn’t enough, Bovada bonus bucks will put a little extra jingle in your jeans on Super Bowl Sunday. Use your welcome bonus free bets to wager on the Ravens and then drop a little extra on the various entertainment options on the Bovada prop betting board. Back Alicia to sing just UNDER (-160) the 2:10 allowed on the “Length of the National Anthem” Bovada prop bet.

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