Jennifer Lawrence wasn't at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for Super Bowl LII, but she was certainly there in spirit!
Ahead of the NFL championship game on Sunday, the 27-year-old actress took over the loudspeaker on a Delta Air Lines flight from New Orleans to Los Angeles to express her love for the Philadelphia Eagles -- and get others aboard the jet to follow suit.
"Everybody, this is not the pilot speaking, this is Jennifer Lawrence," she exclaimed. "It's Feb. 4. It's Super Bowl Sunday. We all know what that means. Can I please just get a, 'Fly, Eagles, fly?'"
A few passengers joined in on the chant, while others (who we can only imagine are New England Patriots fans!) sat unimpressed.
And if that weren't hilarious enough, Lawrence took it one step further by beginning to quote an iconic line from Kristen Wiig from the 2011 comedy Bridesmaids. "There’s a colonial woman on the plane," Lawrence began, before she was quickly cut off by a flight attendant.
We're sure Lawrence was ecstatic to find out that her chant worked when she landed and saw the score of the game: The Eagles defeated the Patriots, 41-33.
Fans of Lawrence's on social media were extra stoked to see the video when it surfaced, pointing out that her character in Silver Linings Playbook was a good luck charm for the NFC East team. Her co-star, Bradley Cooper, who is also a diehard Eagles fan in real life, was on site for the game, and couldn't keep his cool while cheering on his favorite team.
Of course, he wasn't the only celebrity with a front row seat to the Eagles' first Super Bowl win. Pink, Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez and Miles Teller were just a few A-listers who braved the cold to watch the game in person.
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