- Celebrities made the trip to Arizona to watch the Super Bowl LVII clash between Kansas City and Philadelphia
- Celebrity fans of the Chiefs and the Eagles showed up to support their respective teams in the big game
- First responders and staff who helped save Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin were also recognised
The Super Bowl LVII showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs is the hottest ticket in town and the stars have come out in full force to watch the biggest sporting event of the year.
A-listers flocked to State Farm Stadium to watch not only the big game, but also Rihanna’s much-anticipated half-time show.
Here is a look at who made the trek to Glendale, Arizona to witness American football’s grand finale.
Celebrities make trip to Arizona
LeBron James, who broke the NBA’s scoring record earlier this week, was spotted inside the venue alongside his wife, Savannah.
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Also making the trip was diehard Philadelphia Eagles fan, Bradley Cooper, who was seen eating some snacks before the game.
Kevin Hart, another hardcore Eagles supporter, was seen rocking a classic Reggie White jersey in support of his hometown NFL team.
Jay-Z and Lil Uzi Vert were also spotted making their way into the stadium for the heavyweight clash.
Billie Eilish and H.E.R. got some great tickets for the game as well.
The Kansas City Chiefs were not lacking in star power either when it comes to their celebrity fans, with Paul Rudd making an appearance. His film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is set to be released in theatres on February 17.
Hamlin shows up in Arizona
Buffalo Bills safety, Damar Hamlin also showed up for this year’s Super Bowl. He is fortunate to be part of this event after suffering a scary injury earlier this season.
It has been a little more than a month since the Bills star went into cardiac arrest on the field and needed to be resuscitated in Cincinnati. Sunday’s appearance was another milestone in Hamlin’s miraculous recovery.
The NFL honored the Bengals and Bills training and medical staff, along with the staff at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, during the pregame pageantry, according to KSAT.
Hamlin then joined them a minute later, with the safety putting his hands together to form a heart. The 24-year-old received hugs from several of the first responders during the ceremony.
Kansas City's celebrity fans
Sports Brief recently reported on the celebrity fans of the Chiefs, with A-listers including Brad Pitt, Jason Sudeikis and Henry Cavill.
Pitt and Sudeikis grew up in the Missouri area, while Cavill decided to support Kansas City due to Superman, the character he portrayed, hailing from Kansas.
These major celebrities will be hoping the Chiefs can pull off the Super Bowl win against the Philadelphia Eagles.