Alex Rodriguez, Kevin Hart and More Celebs at Super Bowl LIV: Pics!
The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers are going head to head at Super Bowl LIV on Sunday -- and celebs are there to witness it firsthand.
Beyonce and JAY-Z weren't the only superstars to grace us with their presence at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Celebs like Kevin Hart and Shaquille O'Neal also turned up to catch the big game (and Jennifer Lopez and Shakira's halftime show).
The singers will take the stage for an epic performance that fans won't want to miss. Lopez's fiance, Alex Rodriguez, made sure to get to the stadium early with his daughters, Natasha and Ella.
Paul Rudd, Jeremy Renner and Miles Teller were also in attendance at Sunday's game. As were Emily Ratajkowski and her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, and Meek Mill.
Marc Anthony was also in attendance, seen in the crowd ahead of his ex-wife, J.Lo's, co-headling halftime show.
DJ Khaled was also at the big game -- following rumors that he'll make an appearance during J.Lo and Shakira's halftime show.
Bachelor star Peter Weber also showed up, going solo, while Kendall Jenner was spotted at the big game with NBA star Ben Simmons and Matthew McConaughey stepped out with his lovely wife, Camila Alves.
Romance was also in the air for Cardi B and husband Offset, who made the Super Bowl their date night.
Additionally, NFL icons Dan Marino, Tom Brady, Joe Montana, Peyton Manning, Roger Staubach, Brett Favre and John Elway -- all members of the NLF 100 All-Time Team -- were honored on the field before kickoff.
While speaking with ET earlier this weekend, Rodriguez played coy about which special guests might be joining her on stage.
"There's gonna be a lot of things in the mix, almost like dominoes," he said. "You know how you move dominoes around? It's gonna be awesome."
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