Retired basketball player Shaquille O'Neal admitted on Sunday that he thought Beyonce's halftime performance was "fabulous," although he couldn't help but offer his own lip-synching rendition.
"I can feel your halo," Shaq mouthed on Sunday during the 2013 Super Bowl as Beyonce performed on stage. From all of the songs that Beyonce covered during her 13-minute performance, also joined by Destiny's Child members Michelle William and Kelly Rowland, her performance of "Halo" was considered best of the night by many.
But despite the glamorous stage and the many computer duplicates of Beyonce vying for attention, Shaq seemed slightly distracted. The former NBA player was apparently busy posting video of himself to Twitter. What did the video contain? Shaq himself attempting to lip-synch Beyonce's "Halo."
"I can feel your halo," Shaq posted on Twitter adding that "Beyonce was fabulous," although it was hard to tell if he actually meant Beyonce or if he was referring to himself. The short video reveals Shaq presumably pointing a camera phone at himself as he does a terrible job of mouthing Beyonce's lyrics.
Beyonce came under fire last month for lip-synching during the presidential inauguration, but there was no lip-synching on Sunday night. Most users agreed that Beyonce brought her A game.
Dressed in all black and leather, the singer made it through "Love on Top," "Crazy in Love," "End of Time," and "Baby Boy" before being joined by Destiny's Child for "Bootylicious" and "Independent Woman" before ending with "Single Ladies."
"She rocked it! Best half-time show in a long time," one user said on a Yahoo blog.
"Beyonce did a great job, love the way she moves and her voice was great," a second user chimed in.
Alicia Keys warmed the stage beforehand with a pre-game performance, offering a jazzy rendition of the national anthem.