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Jamie Kennedy Feels Vindicated By Super Bowl Power Outage

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Guess who seems to be pretty entertained by the power outage at the Super Bowl? That's right, Jamie Kennedy, (until now) 2013's reigning king of live TV trainwrecks.

He sent out a tweet a little while ago poking fun at the primetime debacle:

Kennedy helmed the disastrous live show on KDOC this New Year's Eve that featured live f-bombs, tons of camera flubs, a spacey Macy Gray and a brawl on stage. If you missed the show the first time, you might be out of luck, because all the videos of the KDOC event seem to have been taken down except this 30-second clip. Kennedy later claimed it was "totally supposed to be like that."Related:
Video: Local TV Station's Disastrous New Year's Eve Live Show
Jamie Kennedy Explains His Live TV Disaster On New Year's Eve: 'It Was Totally Supposed To Be Like That'