Here are your Top Trenders for Monday!
Number 5: A snapshot of President Obama skeet shooting.
There was some skepticism last week after the president claimed he enjoyed the hobby, but not many people had ever seen him do it.
The White House responded to critics by releasing a photo taken back in August, at Camp David, showing Obama shooting a rifle.
The president says he regularly enjoys skeet shooting at his private Maryland retreat, and that he has a great respect for American shooting sports traditions.
Number 4: A former Navy SEAL known for a record number of kills as a sniper was one of two men shot and killed at a Texas gun range.
Chris Kyle, author of the best-selling "American Sniper," and Chad Littlefield, also a veteran, were gunned down Saturday at the Rough Creek Lodge.
Police arrested Eddie Routh, a former Marine.
Investigators say the three of them arrived at the range together and the motive for the killings is unclear.
Number 3: The Sandy Hook Elementary School choir at the Super Bowl.
Before the game a chorus of 26 children from the Newtown, Connecticut school sang "America the Beautiful," accompanied by American Idol alum Jennifer Hudson.
Twenty students and six adults were killed in a shooting rampage at the school in December.
Number 2: Beyonce sure knows how to put on a show!
The pop star wowed the crowd at the Super Dome performing song after song and reuniting with her former Destiny's Child bandmates.
This morning the singer's getting mostly positive reviews for her performance which, by the way, was live this time.
Number 1: A super blackout.
A power outage during Super Bowl XLVII brought the year's biggest television event to a grinding halt.
About half of the lights in the stadium went out early in the third quarter.
Fans had to wait about 34 minutes for play to start back up again.