Sportscaster and NFL personality Erin Andrews finally offered up her thoughts on Tom Brady’s drunken boat shenanigans.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback put together one of the best seasons of his career in 2020. And he ended the year by making history. He won his 7th Super Bowl and became the oldest player to ever start a Super Bowl game.
As most fans probably know by now, Brady and his teammates decided to have a little fun after the big game. They held a “boat parade” to celebrate the franchise’s second-ever Lombardi Trophy. But perhaps the most notable event from the entire day was at the end. That was where a viral video shows an intoxicated Tom Brady stumbling away from his boat.
Other stars from around the league have already had their fun at Brady’s expense. But some of the latest comments came from Erin Andrews on a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
Cohen asks Andrews what her thoughts were on the Buccaneers celebration.
“What did you think of the videos of Tom Brady getting wasted and celebrating in their hometown? It was kind of fun to see him let loose, right?”
“I loved it,” Erin Andrews replies. “I mean, who is better? Tequila Jen or drunk TB12? I don’t know.”
Andrews says what everyone was thinking — that Brady looked like a little kid having fun.
“I thought it was the best ever,” she continues. “I thought what was so cool about it was that he just looked like a little kid.”
Erin Andrews Shocked by Aaron Rodgers’ Engagement
Meanwhile, Erin Andrews discussed more than just Tom Brady’s drunken celebration after Super Bowl LV. Her and Andy Cohen also talked about the recent engagement between Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley.
“(Packers quarterback Rodgers) kept that undercover,” Andrews said. “Wow, he really did. There was kind of rumors I think that they were dating, but yeah I had no idea. And then he unveiled it at his MVP speech.”
Rodgers did make note that he got engaged during his MVP speech. But if you weren’t paying close attention, you could have easily missed it.
“It’s an honor to win this award for the third time,” Aaron Rodgers said in his acceptance speech. “2020 was definitely a crazy year, filled with lots of change, growth, some amazing memorable moments. 180 straight days of having my nose hairs scraped. Playing for very little fans or no stands the entire season, I got engaged, and I played some of the best football of my career.”