Paul Rudd! Martha Stewart! Blue Ivy!
Believe it or not, this is a star-studded Super Bowl year, even without the Taylor Swift of it all. Her exclusive suite may have included pop stars and Gossip Girls (aka Ice Spice and Blake Lively), but there were plenty of other celebs at the Big Game, too. The Carters (Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Blue Ivy, and Rumi Carter), the Biebers (Hailey and Justin), and even a representative from the Kardashian clan (Kendall Jenner) rounded out the celebrity appearances. And that's not even counting the real surprises, like Lana Del Rey and Lady Gaga. Even Martha Stewart got in on the fun, smiling from her seat in a snap shared on Twitter.
So, believe it, celebrities showed up and out for this year's NFL matchup in Las Vegas. Ahead, see all the celebrities who attended this year's Super Bowl.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll know that Taylor Swift showed up to Allegiant stadium on Sunday to support her boyfriend, Travis Kelce. She also brought along her famous friends and family to cheer on the Chiefs.
Blake Lively, who's a close friend of Taylor Swift, arrived with the Reputation singer to Allegiant Stadium. She also joined Swift for a Chiefs game back in October with her husband, Ryan Reynolds.
Swift's frequent collaborator and the genius behind many a trending song on TikTok arrived to the game with Lively and Swift, sporting a cool athleisure look and her signature red curls.
Jay-Z, Blue Ivy Carter, and Rumi Carter
Jay-Z and Blue Ivy Carter reprised their Super Bowl tradition of watching from the sidelines, which started in 2020. This time, they brought along Blue's little sister, Rumi Carter, to get in on the fun.
Justin Bieber, Hailey Bieber, and Kendall Jenner
Justin Bieber, Hailey Bieber, and Kendall Jenner watched the game from a shared box. Hailey also debuted a fresh cut and color at the Super Bowl, going darker for winter with a new chocolate-brown shade.
Lady Gaga, who previously performed the halftime show, cheered from the stands at the Super Bowl.
Usher's Super Bowl halftime show was an excercise in Y2K nostalgia. Come for the shirtless moment, stay for Lil Jon yelling "WUTTTT."
Alicia Keys, Lil Jon, H.E.R., will.i.am, and Ludacris
Alicia Keys joined Usher for a rendition of their early 2000s collaboration, "My Boo." H.E.R. supported Usher with a killer guitar riff. Last but not least, Ludacris and Lil Jon made the best cameos of the night on stage performing their club hit, "Yeah."
Martha Stewart and Brittany Mahomes
Martha Stewart shared a snap of her hugging WAG and Taylor Swift friend Brittany Mahomes to Instagram.
The music legend joined a legend-in-the-making by visiting Taylor Swift during the Super Bowl.
Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey joined fellow pop star Taylor Swift's Super Bowl suite well into the game.
Gabrielle Union and Saweetie
Gabrielle Union and Saweetie posed at the Big Game in a snap shared by Union to Instagram.
Russell Wilson and Ciara
Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara watched his fellow footballers.
LaLa Anthony, Khloé Kardashian, and Winnie Harlow
LaLa Anthony, Khloé Kardashian, and Winnie Harlow chilled in a box at the Las Vegas stadium on Sunday.
Jon Hamm and Miles Teller
Jon Hamm and Miles Teller hung out on Sunday during the game, both throwing their support behind Kansas City.
Reba McEntire performed at the Super Bowl LVIII pre-game held at Allegiant Stadium.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton happily looked on as they watched the Kansas City Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers.
Paul Rudd brought his son, Jack Rudd, to attend Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas to support the Kansas City Chiefs.
Queen Latifah smiled from the stands at the Super Bowl.
Olivia Culpo arrived at the Super Bowl to cheer on her fiancé, Christian McCaffrey.
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