Several celebrities and Hollywood celebrities made sure they didn’t miss the biggest night of the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers face off in Las Vegas.
Taylor Swift, Paul Rudd and Jay-Z were among the players, coaches and thousands of fans inside Allegiant Stadium to watch Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday.
Swift was seen at the game with her famous friends Blake Lively and Ice Spice. She was also seen in a box, chatting with Travis Kelce’s brother and football center Jason Kelce, as well as NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Just murder in the building AND Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Actor Rudd was in attendance with his son, sporting a red Chiefs jersey.
Jay-Z was also spotted with his daughters, Blue Ivy Carter and Rumi Carter, at the game, chatting with people and players on the court.
As for the stars in the stands, Queen Latifah, Jared Leto, Luke Combs, LeBron James, Gordon Ramsay and Elon Musk were spotted cheering on the teams.
Other artists who are also in attendance as they perform during the big championship game are Usher, who headlines the halftime show. Reba McEntire will also perform the national anthem, Post Malone is singing “America the Beautiful” and Andra Day is performing “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”
Before taking the stage during his halftime performance, Usher said Thursday that his set would incorporate elements of his successful Las Vegas residency. “I was very conscious of my past, celebrating my present, which is here in Las Vegas, and thinking about where we’re going in the future,” the singer said at a press conference.
Check out photos and social posts from the stars at the game below.