The Patriots played in their first Color Rush game against the Houston Texans Thursday night, and they had special guests to go all out in blue. The Blue Man Group made an appearance at Gillette Stadium, interacting with fans and creating a show-on-the-go.
The Blue Man Group is notoriously animated, yet more tight lipped than Coach Bill Belichick. Lifestyle sat down with the blue men to try and break their 25-year long silence, and it was, uh, interesting.
Lifestyle:Thank you so much for taking the time to chat with Patriots.com. Let's start with some easy questions. Which NFL team is your favorite?
Blue Man Group:
Lifestyle:[Silence] Right. OK. Now, if you had to pick, who is the greatest football coach of all time?
BMG:[Silently stare at each other. One grabs this reporter's recorder, flips it upside down and returns the device.]
Lifestyle:Thank you, I think. So you all are here to get the crowd excited for the Patriots game and Color Rush jerseys. Personally, who is your favorite Patriots player?
Lifestyle:Of course. Well, I think we have a question that you guys will like. If Blue Man Group played football, what would the touchdown dance look like?
So The Blue Man Group may have kept their lips sealed, but we did get to see some sweet dance moves. Move over, Gronk Spike. The BMG Shake is the newest touchdown celebration.