Super Bowl 2018: Celebrity Superfans Cheer on the Eagles and the Patriots

Miles Teller, Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg Root for Their Super Bowl Teams
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Check out which team were feeling the love from some of show business' biggest names.

The Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots faced off for Super Bowl LII, and the freezing weather outside the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, didn’t manage to dampen the fans' spirits as they excitedly cheered on their teams.

From the superstar fans in the stands to those flying their team's flags from the comfort of their own homes, everyone wanted to make sure to share their excitement.

Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk showed their Eagles pride on the field before the big game, snapping a photo with fellow Eagles fans Miles Teller and his fiancé, model Keleigh Sperry, who shared the pic to Instagram.

"The OG eagles fam," Sperry captioned the smiling snapshot.

New England superfans Donnie Wahlberg and wife Jenny McCarthy also rooted for their beloved Patriots with a beaming selfie with team owner Bob Kraft, which they posted just before kickoff.

Sylvester Stallone -- who is so associated with Philadelphia that the city erected a statue of his eponymous character from Rocky near the Philadelphia Museum of Art -- showed his loyalty to the City of Brotherly Love by photo shopping an Eagles helmet onto his head in a screenshot from Rocky III.

"So confident that the city of Philadelphia and they’re incredible EAGLES are going to WIN , I AM ALREADY CELEBRATING!" Stallone captioned the funny pic, on which he also added a Patriots helmet to Mr. T's character, Clubber Lang, as he gets punched in the face.

There were no shortage of celebs jumping on their social platforms to share their support, including Chris Evans, Kevin Hart, Will Smith, Kobe Bryant, and Questlove, among others.