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Famous fans celebrate Patriots big win on social media

It's official: The Patriots are heading to Houston. The team came up big against the Steelers in the AFC Championship, and Patriots Nation didn't hold back celebrating New England's return to the Super Bowl.

Celebrity Patriots fans were among those hitting Twitter and Instagram throughout the game. From Foxborough to Hollywood and everywhere in between, check out which stars were cheering your Patriots on to "One More" Super Bowl appearance. 

David Ortiz was in the house on Sunday with Jose Bautista, who is a Steelers fan. Luckily for Big Papi, his team came out on top. 

It's on baby💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿💪🏿

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Papi wasn't the only sports legend shouting out the Patriots. Paul Pierce was rocking Patriots gear, and LeBron James tweeted his approval as LeGarrette Blount's used his signature celebration, "The Silencer." 

Right!!!

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Rhode Islander and former Miss USA Olivia Culpo was snuggled up in a Patriots onesie, cheering on the team with a Petriot. 

https://twitter.com/oliviaculpo/status/823358248178843648

Actress Elizabeth Banks may have been in the crowd for the NFC Championship game, but her heart was in Foxborough.

https://twitter.com/ElizabethBanks/status/823329422170275842

Kofi Kingston of the WEE's New Day is a huge fan, but Sunday he kept it simple. He was amped.

Actress Eliza Dushku was at Gillette Stadium, and after the Patriots won, Martellus Bennett broke it down with the cheerleaders. Eliza got it on video and shared it with Patriots Nation (#blessed).

And comedian Jim Gaffigan took a moment to appreciate Marty's father-daughter moment. 

Maria Menounos was looking forward and thinking about Houston.

Donnie Wahlberg sat with Gronk and showed some love to his team and the "legend."

Though they had 140 characters to use, some elected to keep it short and sweet. 

Chris Mintz-Plasse was also in the house, repping his Tom Brady gear. 

I AM HERE FOR MY BB @tombrady REAL FAN LIFE LETS GO PATRIOTS.

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Former Patriots star Deion Branch took to Twitter to say he would be making his way to Houston -- and maybe surprising some fans along the way.

Comedian Dane Cook used his platform to pay homage to the G.O.A.T., as did actor Bradley Steven Perry

Samantha Mewis of the U.S. women's national soccer team and the North Carolina Courage is originally from Weymouth, Mass., and was pumped for the game. So was Asmir Begovic, a goalkeeper for Chelsea FC.

Fans are the heart of Patriots Nation, and we want to see how you are rooting on the Patriots as they head to Houston. Show your Patriots pride on social media with #OneMore.

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