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On Sunday, February 12, Super Bowl LVII between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will take place in Arizona. These two teams have several of America’s top celebrities as fans.
This factor, plus the always-awaited half-time show, possibly causes several of these movie and music industry figures to be in the stands of the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona.
Celebrities supporting the Kansas City Chiefs
Jason Sudikis: The actor is known for his role in Ted Lasso, an Apple TV series, and has shown his fondness for the team led by Patrick Mahomes on more than one occasion.
Brad Pitt: The interpreter and producer is a fan of the Chiefs and made this clear at a public event in 2021, specifically at the SAG Awards gala, where he was seen wearing a black franchise cap.
Paul Rudd: Known for his role in ‘Avengers’, this actor was a student at the University of Kansas. He arrived in the city when he was only 10 years old and will possibly make an appearance at the Stadium after his latest statements at the Ant-Man and the Quantumania Wasp movie gala.
henry cavill: Famous for being ‘Superman’, the British actor is a self-confessed fan of the Kansas City Chiefs. In some interviews and on social networks he has made it more than clear.
Celebrities who support the Philadelphia Eagles
Will Smith: One of America’s most famous actors and a Philadelphia native is a fervent supporter of those directed by Nick Sirianni.
Sylvester Stallone: The iconic actor wasn’t even born in Pennsylvania, but he carries Philadelphia in his heart. The Rocky saga launched him to stardom and he even enjoys a couple of statues in the city.
Bradley Cooper: Born in Pennsylvania and famous for movies like “What Happened Yesterday?, The Avengers and A Star is Born,” the actor has expressed his public support for the Eagles.
Jill Biden: An educator by profession, the now first lady of the United States has been a fan of the Eagles since she was a child and has even attended several games.
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