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SpongeBob Squarepants Will Perform ‘Sweet Victory’ During Nickelodeon’s First-Ever Super Bowl Broadcast

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Who knew a starfish, a squirrel, a puffer fish, a crab, a squid, and a sponge, could have so much talent.

The Bikini Bottom crew are finally getting the spotlight they deserve for this year’s Super Bowl celebration!

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Remember the episode “Band Geeks” in Season 2 of SpongeBob Squarepants?

I know, it was long time ago, over ten years to be exact, but if you can think back to 2013, you should remember SpongeBob and his friends performing “Sweet Victory” for the fictional Bubble Bowl.

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I mean who could forget that banger of a performance.

Ever since the legendary episode aired on television, fans of the cartoon show have been waiting for the very moment to watch SpongeBob and the rest of Bikini Bottom to perform for the real Super Bowl.

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And that moment, is finally happening, as long as you tune in to Nickelodeon.

For the first time ever, Nickelodeon will be airing a kid-friendly Super Bowl broadcast to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Fransisco 49ers for making it to the final round before taking home the Lombardi trophy.

To kick off the broadcast, “Sweet Victory” will be performed live from Bikini Bottom for those who tune in to Nickelodeon’s broadcast for Super Bowl LVIII according to a recent press release.

Although it won’t be the original clip us millennials remember from 2013, we’re just happy to see the Bikini Bottom crew take the stage and perform the song we all know by heart!

You can watch a sneak peak of SpongeBob’s “Sweet Victory” performance during Nickelodeon’s special Super Bowl LVIII broadcast thanks to CBS Sports, right here.

And to answer your question Patrick, no, a football is not an instrument.

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