The Shazams Austin Powers concert was a lot of fun, but the last half of it could’ve been a lot more fun if the Shams were able to find a few more moments to shine.
They’ve had some good ones in recent years, but this one got to be the most ridiculous.
Austin Powers, on his second appearance in Dallas since the Austin Powers festival began in 2019, took a couple of shots at the Dallas Cowboys.
Here are some of the best shots we could find: The Cowboys were down 24-7, and Travis Scott and Shawn Mendes were both on the field for the final 30 seconds of the show.
The Dallas Cowboys and Travis Travis Scott had some very bad moments in 2019 and 2020.
It was clear that Travis Scott was getting tired and didn’t want to do the whole song again.
So he sat down, did the song again, and was back in the lineup for the next half of the concert.
Scott did get up to go to the locker room, so we got a video of the entire concert.
The Dallas Cowboys were on the losing end of the third quarter when they were down 27-17, but Travis Scott got a couple big plays in the fourth quarter to pull them back within one.
Shawn Mendes is a former Cowboys player, but we know this from the video of his performance of the song, which he did in 2019.
He’s not as big as Travis Scott in height, but Mendes does have a lot in common with Travis Scott.
Both Scott and Mendes are from Texas, both hail from Dallas, and both are fans of the Cowboys.
Austin Powers is from New York City.
He also was a Cowboys fan for a while, but that wasn’t the case in 2019 when he did the Austin Plays.
Travis Scott is from Dallas and has been a Cowboys player since before they moved to Dallas.
This is a very sad thing for Austin Powers fans to hear.
Travis is the most popular performer in Dallas, but he has a history of making bad moves.
He was suspended from the Cowboys for several games in 2019 for throwing a punch to a Dallas fan.
He is also the current owner of the Dallas Mavericks.
He could’ve gotten out of that, but decided to play the Austin Shows for all of 2019, and we’re sad that he did it to be a Dallas player.