Louis Bullock is one celeb kid who got to witness the game of a lifetime! He attended Super Bowl XXLVI along with his mom, Sandra Bullock, to cheer on the Baltimore Ravens. Bullock joined the real life Tuohy family, the family portrayed in The Blind Side for taking in number 74 on the Ravens, Michael Oher, before he became a professional athlete.
Bullock played the role of Leigh Anne Tuohy, Oher’s adoptive mother in the film. She joined the real Tuohy family to watch Oher and the rest of the Ravens defeat the 49ers, keeping tradition of staying involved in Oher’s professional career.
Bullock dressed Louis in a mini replica jersey of number 74, the same jersey worn by Oher in the NFL. According to Leigh Ann Tuohy, Bullock follows Oher throughout each game. “I’ll get texts [from her] during the game: ‘Why did they do this? They should have done that,’” she said.
Louis was born in New Orleans before being adopted by Bullock, a process that was supposed to involve both Sandra and her now ex-husband, Jesse James. Due to their relationship dissolving, Bullock proceeded to adopt Louis as a single parent.
We can’t say we’re surprised to see Bullock staying involved in Michael Oher’s and the Tuuhy’s story. She won an Oscar for her performance in The Blind Side, and she must have been over the moon to witness Oher win the Super Bowl with his team.