If you’re like us and still having trouble understanding what life even is after Beyonce’s stellar 2013 Super Bowl halftime show; and just literally cannot even begin to think about sitting through a Katy Perry performance -- we have good news.


Youtube will be hosting it’s very own Super Bowl halftime show with all the fake Super Bowl ads, musical acts, and people diving into pools of cheese that your heart could ever desire.


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The video hosting site will be streaming their live halftime show the same time as the NFL’s and will feature “more than 20 YouTube creators and musicians with over 60M combined subscribers including Harley Morenstein from EpicMealTime, Freddie Wong, Rhett and Link, Toby Turner and more.”


In addition to the halftime show, YouTube will be bringing back the audience favorite AdBlitz, a Web page that lets viewers watch teasers for, and vote for their favorite Super Bowl ads. Yay consumerism!


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Just how popular is AdBlitz? Well, according to Google we as a collective humanity watched more than 6.3 million hours' worth of Super Bowl ads on YouTube.” They calculate that to be roughly enough time “to fly from Phoenix to the moon and back 87,500 times, watch every NFL game in history 138 times, or listen to Katy Perry's "Roar" 84M times.”


So while you’re eating your fiftieth chicken wing, and waiting for a wardrobe malfunction, it might be worth checking out this YouTube halftime show. All the kids are doing it.