As Miranda Lambert sang, "let's shake hands and reach across those party lines." Houston, we have a world audience.

Maybe we can all set aside our political differences for four hours Sunday and join the world watching and listening to the Super Bowl. Maybe this staggering amount of broadcast languages will give you an idea of what a global event it is.

Besides English, the game will be aired in Spanish, French, Japanese, Hungarian, Mandarin, German and even Flemish. A VP with SiriusXM, which will distribute the game, says it's great that they can accommodate so many people who want to hear the broadcast in their own language.

Not to tip my hand about who I'm rooting for, but I wonder how you say, "Go Falcons" in Flemish.