The Seattle Seahawks put on a dominant display last weekend at the Super Bowl, beating the Denver Broncos 43-8. But that wasn't really what got people talking.
Coca-Cola aired a commercial titled "It's Beautiful," with a simple premise: scenes from American life with "America the Beautiful" playing in the background. The twist? The patriotic tune was sung in different languages.
And apparently that did not sit well with some people on Twitter. #SpeakAmerican instantly started trending and people expressed their frustration over the tweets bashing the Coke commercial.
Take a look at our other big stories from the past week!
Google Glass App Allows Strangers to ID You Just by Looking at You: Google Glass just got a bit, shall we say, creepy? A new app called NameTag will allow total strangers to ID you and pull up all your information, just by looking at you and scanning your face with their Google Glass. The "real-time facial recognition" software "can detect a face using the Google Glass camera, send it wirelessly to a server, compare it to millions of records, and in seconds return a match complete with a name, additional photos and social media profiles."
Biggest Loser Winner's Weight Loss Sparks Concern: When Rachel Frederickson was declared The Biggest Loser earlier this week, fans wondered if the 24-year-old lost too much weight.
The voiceover artist, who won $250,000 during the live season 15 finale, began her weight loss journey at 250 pounds and lost 155 pounds. She lost 59.62 percent of her body weight and now weighs 105 pounds.
Frederickson addressed the controversy during a media conference call with reporters (via Reality TV World) and said she has "never felt this great."
"We are overjoyed at the birth of Alena Rose Jonas," the Married to Jonas stars said shortly after the birth last Sunday. "She is precious! We could not be more excited to start building our family together. We want to thank our family and friends for their love and support, and our fans for all of their well wishes."
"I'm so in love with her," Kevin tweeted on the day Alena was born.
"Calm down, we'll all get through this together," the blond beauty joked to the audience while starting the show. "Don't adjust your dials. There's nothing wrong with your TV. One of us is wearing makeup today, and one of us isn't. Not even anti-shine. I labored under the delusion that I looked OK without makeup until I came out here and I went, 'Oh my God!'"
"You look great," Strahan said. "And really fresh."