Super Bowl 2010: Carrie Underwood, Queen Latifah and The Who go for it

carrie-underwood-super-bowl-2010-320.jpgQueen Latifah kicked off Sunday's (Feb. 7) Super Bowl with "America the Beautiful," but things really got going when "American Idol" Carrie Underwood -- decked out in white-and-silver -- belted out the National Anthem.

As we go head into another "Idol" Hollywood Week, we have to admit, sometimes America does get it right.



Meanwhile, The Who (you might know their work from all three "C.S.I." shows' theme songs) provided a serviceable halftime show. No wardrobe malfunctions here.

 

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