VH1’s Super Bowl Blitz: Tony Romo Almost Knocks Out Pete Wentz

All week long, VH1’s Super Bowl Blitz has been gearing us up for Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII. The six night concert series stopped off in Brooklyn on Wednesday night to feature rock band Fall Out Boy. The band surprised the Brooklyn Bowl crowd when they brought out Paramore lead singer Hayley Williams to join them for their hit song, “Sugar, We’re Going Down.” We caught up with¬†Pete Wentz and Hayley backstage to ask them about music and of course, football.

Pete Wentz dished on a recent embarrassing experience he had with Dallas Cowboys QB, Tony Romo. The two were hanging out and tossing a football, as buddies do, and Pete realized Tony was going easy on him. After much cajoling, Tony threw one last ball the way he would in a real NFL game and nearly knocked Pete over — which is why Tony belongs on the field and why Pete should probably keep it to the rock show stage.

Our Blitz action comes to a close tonight with Gavin DeGraw. Catch the entire concert on VH1, VH1.com or the VH1 App. Tune in to our pre-show starting at 10:50/9:50C and stayed tuned for the live performance at 11/10C.