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It’s the playoffs and everyone around Patriots Nation is pumped, even our most famous fans. Last week, as excitement was building for the Patriots-Chiefs game, Keith Lockhart, Grace Potter and Ken Casey showed their support, and on Saturday, even more stars came out to play.
Our friends at the Boston Bruins had their own game to worry about Saturday, but that didn’t stop them from sending out an awesome good luck video. Plus, Patrice Bergeron repped the Pats after defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Celtics took a slightly different approach, though.
The Red Sox reminded us of one of the best off-the-field moments of 2015.
And the Revolution sent some positive vibes too.
Meanwhile, former Revs star Taylor Twellman gave us this sideline view.
Silver screen star and Maine native Anna Kendrick shared a text from her brother. (Don't worry, we let her know that kickoff is at 3:05 p.m.)
We can always count on Maria Menounos. The E! anchor, who hails from Medford, Mass., tweeted her New England football love during the game.
Boston-born Olympian Alex Shibutani also had our back.
Anthem singer Scotty McCreery made sure to wear his lucky hat for this on-field video.
Actress Debra Messing, who went to college in Boston, seemed pretty pumped.
TV star AnnaLynne McCord got a little cheeky post-game with her buddies.
Rhode Island native and former Miss USA Olivia Culpo showed off her Petriot.
And Erica McDermott from “Black Mass” went for a Pat Patriot flashback.
Watertown, Mass., native and all around Boston sports fan Eliza Dushku showed her support on Twitter.
Dane Cook took on watch party hosting duties.
Keegan Bradley praised his buddy TB12.
We’re not sure if Mark Hoppus of Blink 182 is a Pats fan, but he did give our Gillette Stadium playlist a thumbs up.
And of course, no recap of the most famous Patriots fans is complete without Gisele. She celebrated the win with this photo.
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