Yes, it was all men playing in the actual Super Bowl, but it was women that were being talked about and praised. The first ever female to coach in a Super Bowl? Check. Two iconic female Latina halftime performers? Check. And the National Anthem performance didn't sway from that narrative, either.

Demi Lovato's 2020 musical comeback, which started at last week's Grammys, continued Sunday as she stunned us all with her national anthem performance at last night's Super Bowl in Miami, E! News reports.

Fans praised the performance on Twitter, with one calling it the "best version of the National anthem I've heard at the super bowl since Whitney Houston." According to Entertainment Tonight, the 27-year-old was so excited about the gig that she claims, "I don't remember anything! I blacked out."

The star also shared a 10 year-old tweet earlier on Sunday, in which she wrote in February 2010, "One day, I'm gonna sing the national anthem at a super bowl. Onnnee dayyy..."

That's what I call speaking something into existence! Ten years to the date?! Wow. You really have to manifest what you want by naming it and claiming it. Black out or not, she did that!