Stars from across entertainment arrived in Vegas to watch the big game.
Players and millions of viewers are preparing for the 2024 Super Bowl, as some are wondering whether Taylor Swift will make it to the game.
Stars from music, sports, Hollywood, and more converged on Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas Sunday to watch the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in the 2024 Super Bowl.
While Taylor Swift made headlines crossing time zones and continents to make it to the Super Bowl, she was not the only celebrity there for the big game.
Stars including Gordon Ramsay, Queen Latifah, Jeff Goldblum, and LeBron James were all spotted in the stands.
In addition to watching the game, the national anthem was performed by Reba McEntire, and Usher took on the halftime show.
Scroll below to see which big names flocked to Las Vegas to watch the next NFL champion crowned.
Jay-Z was spotted on the sidelines at Allegiant Stadium with Blue Ivy Carter and Rumi Carter, the two daughters he shares with Beyoncé.
During the game, Beyoncé was seen sitting next to Jay-Z.
Rudd, a well-known Chiefs fan, attended the game with his son, Jack.
Just one week after his headline-making duet with Tracy Chapman at the Grammys, country music star Luke Combs attended the Super Bowl.
Blake Lively and Ice Spice
Blake Lively and Ice Spice watched the game from a suite alongside Swift, who is dating Chiefs star Travis Kelce.
Post Malone and Andra Day
Singer Andra Day performed “Lift Every Voice and Sing” before the start of the game.
Also before kickoff, Post Malone played the guitar and sang “America the Beautiful.”
Jimmy Kimmel watched the game next to his TV sidekick, Guillermo Rodriguez.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Aitana Rinab Perez and Janelle Monae
The article was originally published at ABC News.