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Over One Million Sign ‘Spongebob’ Super Bowl Petition

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Over One Million Sign ‘Spongebob’ Super Bowl Petition

Over One Million Sign ‘Spongebob’ Super Bowl Petition

Over one million have signed a petition to have ‘SpongeBob Squarepants’ perform at the Super Bowl's half time show.

The show would perform the song “Sweet Victory” from the episode ‘Band Geeks.’ According to comicbook.com, the signature count on Change.org has reached more than 1,008,000 signatures.

The petition was created in memory of ‘Spongebob’ creator Stephen Hillenburg, who passed away recently.

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