Monday, February 3, 2014

Seattle Seahawks Malcolm Smith celebrates trip to Disney World

Hours after being named the Super Bowl XLVIII MVP Seattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith flew from New Jersey to Florida for a ride down Main Street, U.S.A. in Disney World.

Disney World Publicity Photo
Seattle Seahawks Malcolm Smith with Mickey 
Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
Smith became the first defensive player ever to star in the "I'm going to Disney World" commercial. The commercial aired Monday morning and is the 47th of a series that began in 1987 with New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms.

Here is the complete list of people who have uttered those famous words:

2013
Super Bowl XLVII (Joe Flaco)
2012
Super Bowl XLVI (Eli Manning, New York Giants)
2011
Super Bowl XLV (Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers); American Idol Winner (Scott McCreery)
2010
Super Bowl XLIV (Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints); American Idol Winner (Lee Dwyze)
2009
Super Bowl XLIII (Santonio Holms and Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers); American Idol Winner (Kris Allen)
2008
Super Bowl XLII (Eli Manning, New York Giants); American Idol Winner (David Cook)
2007
Super Bowl XLI (Tony Dungy and Dominic Rhodes, Indianapolis Colts)
2006
Super Bowl XL (Hines Ward, with Jerome Bettis, Pittsburgh Steelers)
2004
Super Bowl XXXVIII (Tom Brady, New England Patriots); Major League Baseball World Series Champions (Curt Schilling, Pedro Martinez and David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox)
2003
Super Bowl XXXVII (Jon Gruden and Brad Johnson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
2002
Super Bowl XXXVI (Tom Brady, New England Patriots)
2001
Disney Publicity Photo
Seattle Seahawks Malcolm Smith with Mickey Mouse at Disney World. 
Super Bowl XXXV (Trent Dilfer, Baltimore Ravens); Major League Baseball home run record (Barry Bonds, San Francisco Giants)
2000
Super Bowl XXXIV (Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams)
1999
Super Bowl XXXIII (Terrell Davis and John Elway, Denver Broncos); Women's World Cup (United States Championship Team)
1998
Super Bowl XXXII (John Elway, Denver Broncos); Major League Baseball home run record (Mark McGwire, St. Louis Cardinals)
1997
Super Bowl XXXI (Desmond Howard, Green Bay Packers); Holiday Gift-Giving (Santa Claus)
1996
Super Bowl XXX (Emmitt Smith, Dallas Cowboys)
1995
Super Bowl XXIX (Jerry Rice and Steve Young, San Francisco 49ers)
1994
Super Bowl XXVIII (Emmitt Smith, Dallas Cowboys); Olympics (Nancy Kerrigan, U.S. Figure Skater)
1993
Super Bowl XXVII (Troy Aikman, Dallas Cowboys); Stanley Cup (Patrick Roy, Montreal Canadiens)
1992
Super Bowl XXVI (Mark Rypien, Washington Redskins)
1991
Super Bowl XXV (Ottis Anderson, N.Y. Giants): NBA (Michael Jordan, Chicago Bulls)
1990
Super Bowl XXIV (Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers); Graduation (Jim Thompson of Temple University, and Matt Kaldenberg, Phyllis Kaldenberg and Laura McEwen of Simpson College)
1989
Super Bowl XXIII (Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers); NHL (Al MacInnis, Calgary Flames); NBA (Joe Dumars, Detroit Pistons)
1988
Super Bowl XXII (Doug Williams, Washington Redskins); Miss America (Gretchen Carlson); World Series (Orel Hershiser, L.A. Dodgers); NBA (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, L.A. Lakers)
1987
Super Bowl XXI (Phil Simms, N.Y. Giants) ;America's Cup (Dennis Conner); NBA (Magic Johnson, L.A. Lakers); World Series (Frank Viola, Minnesota Twins)

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