If Tom Brady could, he would jump out of the TV and call a foul on the nachos, samosas and beer your relations and friends in America will gorge on during the Super Bowl.
The big game will be held on February 8 in Tampa, Florida, between Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs. Usually a jazzy spectacle that brings together sport and entertainment, Super Bowl will be a subdued event this time due to the pandemic.
For one, many major brands such as Budweiser are staying away from airing their commercials during the game. Normally, Super Bowl ads are as much an attraction as the contest itself. They are also money-spinners. Last year, advertisers paid an average of $5.25 million for a 30-second spot during the telecast.
Ads or not, one Super Bowl fixture will be there again - Tom Brady. He is 43. He has won six Super Bowls and has everything anyone would want. He is married to Gisele Bundchen, has supermillions in the bank and doesn’t look shabby himself.