The Falcons quarterback has never beaten Bill Belichick
Brady completely ignored the first question during his postgame interview
U2, Paul McCartney, Prince, Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, Katy Perry and now Lady Gaga
Here is a look at the previous 50 Super Bowl results.
By Sophie Louet BERLIN (Reuters) - Former French prime minister Francois Fillon will seek some support from fellow conservative Angela Merkel in Berlin on Monday in the most unpredictable presidential election in decades. Fillon, the only candidate in the April-May presidential election to be received by the German chancellor so far, will have lunch with Merkel before meeting her finance and defense ministers to discuss his plans for Europe. Fillon is the frontrunner in opinion polls but his ratings have dropped slightly and surveys predict an increasingly tight race between him, far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen and independent centrist Emmanuel Macron.