Kevin Hart got really drunk and tried to crash the stage at the Super Bowl

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Super Bowl Sunday is a day of overindulgence. While many of us ate too much (I’m guilty, but pizza rolls, chicken waffle nuggets and mac ’n’ cheese bites don’t eat themselves) and maybe had a few adult beverages, no one got into the big game spirit (and spirits, if you know what I mean) more than Kevin Hart.

The 38-year-old actor, a native of Philadelphia, was beyond excited that the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the big game in Minnesota. When the victorious team took to the stage to receive the Vince Lombardi trophy, an eagle-eyed cameraman caught Kevin trying to get on stage, only to be stopped and denied by a hulking security guard. The clip went viral and Twitter had a field day, as you’d expect.

While out on the field, Kevin crashed an interview on the NFL Network’s Game Day Prime, where Eagles defensive lineman Fletcher Cox was being interviewed. An excited Kevin stated the obvious, “I’ve been drinking,” and slurred, “Philadelphia’s a great city. I thought, I hope this is an example of what we can do. We gave a f–k…ooh. I’m out.” After his boozy rant, he dropped the mic and staggered away. To be honest, this quick clip was better than the whole half time show.

And since trying to bum rush the award presentation and dropping the “f-bomb” on national TV weren’t bad enough decisions, Kevin later took to Instagram, still obviously under the influence, to explain his drunken shenanigans. He started the clip by stating, “To all the kids out there, I just want say, ‘Don’t drink.’” He rambled on, “You know when alcohol is in your system you do dumb stuff.” He then stated the obvious, exclaiming that trying to get on stage was, ”One of the top two stupidest things I’ve ever done,” adding, “but who cares. The Eagles won the Super Bowl. Yeah I’m still a little tipsy—the world can kiss my ass.” Joking with his friends, he noted, “It didn’t work out good, but that man did his job, didn’t he?” Kevin added a whole lotta hashtags, including #iThrewUpThisMorning, #MyFriendsAreTheBlame, #TheyGotMeDrunk, #HelpMeBabyJesus and the enigmatic #WhereAreMySocks. I’m sure he will have a hangover for the better part of the week.

I may never get to experience my team winning a Super Bowl, as I am a Dolphins fan, but I’m confident I could hold it together a little better than Kevin. At least he had a good time, and I hope he finds his socks.

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  1. Lindy79 says:

    OK, those # genuinely made me laugh, as did the short clip of him trying to get on stage and people thinking he was a child.

    I do love when he has to do promo with Dwayne Johnson.

  2. Snazzy says:

    haha that’s awesome. No hate there, he didn’t hurt or insult anyone :)
    What is it that the Rock calls him? Pocket Denzel? Love it

  3. T.Fanty says:

    This is exactly what I need my celebrities to beL drunk, mostly inoffensive, messy, and kind of funny.

  4. Cupcake says:

    How old is his baby? Can you imagine if a woman did this who had a baby the same age? The internet would rip her a new one.

  5. JA says:

    Hey! At least he did cheat on his wife on video…again! Alcohol makes you do stupid stuff but MONEY will help ppl “forgive” you and you can get away with it! :-)

  6. Tig says:

    I get being deliriously happy, but he’s lucky security was at that “pro” level and wasn’t body slammed to the ground.

  7. ALOT says:

    This is an example of what I hate about celebrity status. Just because you are celebrity does not mean you can do anything you want. He inserted himself into the Philly’s celebration and acted like an idiot. If you or me got drunk and behaved the same way, we probably would have been arrested. I felt the same way about Bill Murray and Eddie Vedder inserting themselves into the Cubs world series celebration. Why not let the athletes have a moment without making it about you? UGHHHH, just drives me nuts.

    • Wiffie says:

      But that’s like celeb scale debauchery. Being on TV is like, what EVERYBODY does, and he’s in VIP areas around people he knows who are at work, so he gets on a microphone on TV, and tries to get on stage, the like.

      Regular people drunkenly decide to use employee-only bathrooms, find secret new elevators, dance on bars, get chummy with entertainment and dance on stage…. It’s just a different type of debauchery.

  8. NotSoSocialButterfly says:

    What an ass.

  9. peanut says:


    fandom doesn’t somehow end when you become a celeb. This is great.

  10. Pandy says:

    The player was cringing the whole time KH was yammering on like a fool …

  11. holly hobby says:

    These posts are hysterical. I nearly spat out my lunch reading them.