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Celebrities react to Patriots historic Super Bowl comeback
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As Patriots Nation watched the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl unfold, it collectively freaked out. And rightfully so. Those tuned in watched history happen right in front of their eyes.
Football's biggest stage brings in millions of viewers, including celebrities from the worlds of music, acting, sports and more, and it's no surprise that as Tom Brady and the rest of the team cranked out 31 unanswered points, Twitter exploded.
Noted Patriots fans like Chris Evans, John Krasinski, Aly Raisman and more were over the moon.
Donnie Wahlberg and his son kept believing even when things looked dark.
And when James White scored the gamer-winner, Jenny McCarthy caugth their reaction on tape.
What the Patriots pulled off is an athletic feat, so athletes were quick to chime in -- from Boston and other cities.
Kofi Kingston and his New Day teammate Xavier Woods, who roots for the Falcons, watched the game on a livestream, and Kofi went nuts.
Others like Justin Timberlake, Ellen DeGeneres, Conan O'Brien and more couldn't believe what they witnessed.