The "NFL on CBS" broadcast crew was drowned out by the music of Walker Hayes during halftime of the AFC Championship Game between the Bengals and Chiefs.
The massive speakers that pump the sound of halftime entertainment at Arrowhead Stadium were positioned right behind the mobile set where the CBS analysts were set up.
Host James Brown was trying to have a conversation about the game with analysts Phil Simms, Bill Cowher, Nate Burleson and Boomer Esiason, but the loud music coming from the speakers made it incredibly difficult to make anything of the discussion.
At one point, Boomer said: "I didn't hear anything you just said."
Walker Hayes re-tweeted video footage from Barstool Sports that described the event as the "loudest halftime show in history." The singer offered three laughing emojis in response, as well as tweeting "Thanks for having me" at CBS Sports, which aired the game and halftime show.
Source: USA Today.
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