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New York Giants and Buffalo Bills played Super Bowl XXV 31 years ago – a game that would begin and end with legendary moments.
It started with Whitney Houston’s stunning national anthem performance and finished with a 47-yard field goal attempt by Scott Norwood that failed to give the Bills the points they needed to win the first Super Bowl in franchise history.
However, what really made history that day was the moment of the US National Anthem, performed by singer Whitney Houston.
At the time, 27 years old and already with seven consecutive songs at the top of the Billboard charts, Houston expressed the feelings of all Americans with her moving and powerful performance of the anthem “Star-Spangled Banner.” It was an epic moment for such a patriotic nation as America.
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Whitney Houston’s version of the American anthem became so popular that it became a single and reached #20 on the best-seller list.
The proceeds were used to help families of soldiers who fought in the War. The song returned to the best-selling singles in the USA in 2001, after the September 11 attacks. The profits went to the families of the policemen and firemen who died in the attack.
Oh, and if you are curious: The Giants defeated the Bills by the score of 20–19, winning their second Super Bowl.
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