When Supermodel Gisele Bundchen was caught, quite unexpectedly, on tape stating how badly she felt some of the New England Patriot’s performed in the final minutes of Super Bowl XLVI, she received an extraordinary amount of negative media coverage.
Would anyone care what she thought if she were not married to the Pat’s starting QB, Tom Brady?
After all, it is a 99% sure bet that many celebrities have stated such things (or worse) as she, during this or an earlier Super Bowl, or NBA or World Series Championship contest, or myriad other professional (or amateur) sporting events.
She, like anyone else, is entitled to her opinion.
Was she right? It appeared so from numerous replays.
Should she have been that outspoken to the hecklers? Why not?
Probably the basic why not would be the video recorders following her after the game.
The following video is a short news broadcast of what became a fiasco, not the actual footage of Gisele verbally defending her hubby to New York Giants fans.
There have been people chastising her. There have been those that stand beside her.
One who chose to side with Gisele is Adriana Lima, a friend and fellow Supermodel from Victoria’s Secret, who, as a note, had not one but two ads air during football’s premiere event.
Adriana told ABCNews.com, “I think we should leave the girl alone.”
The following video is one of Adriana’s Super Bowl ads.
The Moral of the Story:
One who is in the spotlight, which shines tremendously brighter before, during and after an internationally televised event, should take care what they say and do or be prepared to suffer the potential consequences. Especially nowadays when one never knows who has a camera or recorder aimed in their direction.
Over For Now.
Main Street One