American Amanda Gorman, the young poet who dazzled President Joe Biden’s inauguration, opened The 55th edition of the Super Bowl With an original poem in honor of the main characters of the coronavirus pandemic.
At the age of 22, Gorman was the first poet to participate in the NFL Final, the nation’s most-watched gorgeous and most watched sports show in television broadcasts in the country, with nearly 100 million viewers.
Gorman recited his poem “The Captains’ Choir” through a video tape broadcast on the screens of Raymond James Stadium in Tampa (Florida), with about 25,000 people in the stands.
The play was in honor of three people who were declared honorary captains in a lot Energy: Breeder, Critical Care Nurse, and United States Marine Corps Veteran.
“They took the initiative / exceeded all expectations and restrictions / raised the standards of their communities and neighbors / as leaders, healers and teachers,” the young woman said.
Gorman became a national figure in the United States after he presented his original work, “The Hill We Climb,” last January at Biden’s inauguration, a poem inspired by the earlier horrific attack on the Capitol.
Since then, her business sales have skyrocketed to the highest positions in the US, and she even hired her by IMG Models for fashion campaigns.
“Poetry in the Super Bowl is a milestone in art and our country because it means that we think fantastically about human contact even when we feel isolated,” Gorman wrote on Twitter before the match.