When the New England Patriots came back in overtime to pull off an upset win over the Atlanta Falcons at Super Bowl LI on Sunday, fans on both sides had a lot of strong feelings about the outcome, to put it mildly.
A-list Patriots fans were overcome with joy, and celebrated the surprise victory with exuberance. Lifelong Pats fan Chris Evans was among them.
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Evans shared a video on Twitter of his reaction to his team's historic win in the first overtime in Super Bowl history, which he captioned, "I definitely kept my cool when we scored in OT to win the game."
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's wife, Gisele Bundchen, could barely contain her excitement in the stands, as she rooted for her husband's come-from-behind win.
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Meanwhile, a lot of celebrity Falcons fans were less-than thrilled with the unexpected loss. Rapper T.I. took to Instagram to share a profanity-laced video recap of the game, where he poked fun at Brady and coach Bill Belichick's reported history of unscrupulous behavior.
"[The Falcons] came in this motherf**ker, man, they went up, and eventually the coaching of Belichick -- or the strategy *winks* of Tom Brady and Belichick -- ended up overcoming," T.I. said with a laugh. Although he added that, even though his team lost this year, he'd be back next season rooting them on just as hard.
Meanwhile, Empire star Taraji P. Henson was not going to let the Falcons’ loss go uncontested. She personally took on fans who tweeted at her about the Patriots’ win, and tried to make sure #Deflategate was never forgotten (and would be renamed #flatballs).
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Check out tweets from some other A-listers, some of who were basking in the glory of the Patriots’ win or cursing the Falcons’ unbelievable loss.
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