The 34-minute blackout on Sunday night was about the only thing bigger than the Super Bowl 2013 game between the San Francisco 49ers vs. the Baltimore Ravens, or the talked-about commercials starring big names like Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Bob Odenkirk and Seth Rogen.

Celebrity viewers of the highly anticipated annual event sounded off on Twitter about the blackout. Check out some of the funniest tweets here:

Rosie O’Donnell: “If this were a movie – fireworks would go off – and the joker would show up – snarling at Gotham.”

Elizabeth Banks: “Oh um. Did not see that coming. Yikes. The power of Beyonce. She blew it out. Literally.”

Rob Lowe: “Are the Niners in charge of the lights?”

Joe Jonas: “WHATTTTTT!”

Aziz Ansari: “WHOA WHOA WHOA. Is this power outage a Fast 6 tie in?? IS THE ROCK ABOUT TO FLY A HELICOPTER THROUGH A TANK?!!”

Dax Shepard: “I sure hope none of the cheerleaders were mid-aerial when that blackout occurred.”

David Arquette: “Worst thing about the lights going out was twitter went down too!!!”

Bill Maher: “I’ll tell you one thing: if Mitt Romeny was president, that wouldn’t have happened!!!”

Joel McHale: “When the people inside the SuperDome realize that only half the stadium has warm nahco cheese, it will descend into utter chaos. #SuperBowl.”

Chris Colfer: “Let the records show, Super Bowl XLVII wasn’t ready for that jelly!”

David Spade: “Overheard 9’ers coach say can we start over. #nfl”

Ryan Seacrest: “Anyone have a charger?”

Alec Baldwin: “It wouldn’t be N’awlins if the power didn’t go out.”

Neil Patrick Harris: “All the lights are out!! It’s pandemonium!! Thank god we have out Beyonce finger lights!”

Kirstie Alley: “Think Beyonce show used too many volts?”

Matthew Perry: “I hope someone wrote down the score…”

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