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Cranford Twins Tell Us That Time They Performed at the Super Bowl

Ryan and Lee Rosenthal, 10 years old, each got a hug from Bruno Mars. Yeah, that Bruno Mars.

Cranford Twins Tell Us That Time They Performed at the Super Bowl Cranford Twins Tell Us That Time They Performed at the Super Bowl

Patch invited Ryan and Lee Rosenthal to tell us about winning an audition to be part of a lead-in act for singer Bruno Mars at the Super Bowl last weekend. They sent in this video and also reflected upon the experience in their own words below.

"Our experience in the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show was extraordinary! Especially the fact that we’re now a part of U.S. history, because this year’s Super Bowl was the most watched event on television ever! Here are some of the other highlights. 

One was that we actually each got a hug from Bruno Mars, not to mention he waved and winked at all the kids when he passed by. His band also posed for pictures with us and the other kids who were in the chorus. 

It was also unreal when we were up on the stage with the lights shining in our faces and all the eyes in the crowd were on us. 

Finally, we really enjoyed working with the other kids and made a bunch of new friends."

-- By Ryan and Lee Rosenthal, sons of Stu and Pam Rosenthal of Cranford

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