Super Bowl 2015—what a game! With all the pregame talk about deflated balls and grabbing one's balls, who would have thought that passing the ball would result in so much after-game chatter.
LPR Housewives and Chickendales made the 1000 mile road trip for the big game, an annual tradition that started a few years back. The crew traveled in style as they made their way down to Glendale, Arizona exploring many sites along the way. LPR correspondent, Henny Penny was there to capture the week-long events.
BIG CITY COFFEE Boise, ID: What better place to start the journey and pick up a great cup of joe.
Site seeing at MONUMENT VALLEY
Moonlit selfie at MONUMENT VALLEY
GRAND CANYON SKYWALK
Sunset at the GRAND CANYON
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX STADIUM, Glendale, AZ: Early bird gets the worm
One of the Chickendales gets a last minute gig watching over the footballs. No deflated balls on his watch. Wait—where did all the laces go?
KATY PERRY halftime show—the truth behind the left shark dancer.
And that moment that changed history. . .
What many are calling the worst play-call in Super Bowl history, the interception made by cornerback Malcolm Butler may be one of the greatest. During an interview with Matt Lauer, Coach Pete Carrol admits "It was the worst result of a call ever" a call that would later bring this exhausted coach to tears. One thing that is certain—Super Bowl 2015 was everything you would expect a Super Bowl game to be: entertaining, unpredictable, and a nail-biter!
Egg production has increased significantly since the ladies return and it is apparent—football is still on their minds.
The Housewives look forward to next year's game at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, February 7, 2016.
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