This year’s Super Bowl halftime show would not have been the same without the two dancing sharks who busted hilarious dance moves along side Katy Perry during her performance of “California Gurls” and “Teenage Dream.”
The left shark particularly, identified as Bryan Gaw, wooed the audience with his ridiculous, off beat routine. And while most of the nation was enjoying the seemingly enjoyable show, New England Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft, was focused on more important things … like winning.
“To tell you the truth I was focusing on the game and some other things,” Kraft told HipHollywood exclusively while on the red carpet for Roc Nation’s pre-Grammy brunch. “I let lovely people like yourself focus on the halftime. We were doing some business.”
Hey … we had to ask. And good thing they were focused on business because they pulled out a sweet win. “We did our best, it worked out,” he told us. “You start the year and you have a 3% chance of doing it [winning] so when it works your way it’s pretty cool”
He added, “Our guys put in a lot of hard work, effort and overcame a lot adversities. We are flying high right now and we are going to enjoy it.”
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