People.com Entertainment Sports Lizzo & Jeff Bezos Snap a Selfie, Matthew & Camila Wear All White & More Celebrities in the Stands at Super Bowl 2020 Celebrities flocked to the Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday to watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs By Sophie Dodd Published on February 3, 2020 12:25 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 24 Lizzo & Jeff Bezos Jeff Bezos/Twitter Looks like the Amazon CEO has joined the ever-expanding group of Lizzo stans. "I just took a DNA test, turns out I’m 100% @lizzo’s biggest fan," Bezos captioned the shot of himself with the Grammy-winning "Juice" singer at the 2020 Super Bowl. 02 of 24 Alex & Natasha Rodriguez Kevin Mazur/WireImage "AMAZING!! She ABSOLUTELY CRUSHED IT!" A-Rod gushed on Instagram of fiancée Jennifer Lopez's epic halftime performance. "Wow, that was so fun! I’m so proud of you, Jen!" The former MLB pro cheered the singer on alongside his daughter, Natasha. 03 of 24 Matthew McConaughey & Camila Alves Matthew McConaughey/Instagram All right, all right, all right — it's a white-out! The Beach Bum actor and his "hot mamma" looked like they'd be steering clear of nachos in pristine all-white ensembles ahead of the big game. 04 of 24 Keegan-Michael & Elisa Key Maddie Meyer/Getty The Dolemite Is My Name actor watched the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs alongside wife Elisa. 05 of 24 DJ Khaled Kevin Winter/Getty The music mogul rocked a baby blue bomber jacket sporting the LIV logo during the pregame. 06 of 24 Vanessa Hudgens Vanessa Hudgens/Instagram The newly single Princess Switch actress showed off her sultry makeup look on Instagram earlier in the day, tagging the shot in Miami. 07 of 24 Aaron & Lauren Paul Aaron Paul/Instagram It's a "super" date night! The Breaking Bad actor playfully posed with his wife in the crowded stands. 08 of 24 Meek Mill Meek Mill. Ronald Martinez/Getty Also spotted in the stands: "Going Bad" rapper Meek Mill. 09 of 24 Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd & Miles Teller Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Avengers costars Renner and Rudd were all smiles alongside pal Teller. 10 of 24 Jeremy Renner & Eiza González Kevin Mazur/WireImage The actor was also spotted hanging out with Hobbs & Shaw star González at the Super Bowl LIV pregame party at the Hard Rock Stadium. 11 of 24 Mariska Hargitay Mariska Hargitay/Instagram "Might be my favorite Super Bowl ever!" wrote the Law & Order: SVU star on Instagram. 12 of 24 Sebastian Bear-McClard & Emily Ratajkowski Rob Carr/Getty Ratajkowski displayed some model behavior alongside her husband during the pregame. 13 of 24 Shaquille O'Neal Michael Reaves/Getty After hosting his own Super Bowl pre-party, the basketball legend was seen arriving at Hard Rock Stadium ahead of the game. 14 of 24 Kevin Hart Michael Reaves/Getty The comedian chatted on the phone as he was approached by the press outside the stadium. 15 of 24 David Beckham David Beckham/Instagram The famous footballer (soccer, not American football, duh!) was totally starstruck when he met Paul Rudd. 16 of 24 Cardi B Cardi B rocked out to Jennifer Lopez and Shakira's halftime show, particularly Lopez's hit song,"Jenny from the Block." 17 of 24 Diplo Diplo/Instagram Diplo wished "the Super Bowl had a red carpet" so he could show off his very on-theme outfit. 18 of 24 Ciara & Russell Wilson Ciara/Instagram Parents-to-be (again!) Ciara and Russell Wilson paid tribute to Kobe Bryant at the Super Bowl by wearing the late basketball legend's Lakers jersey. 19 of 24 Karlie Kloss Karlie Kloss/Instagram The model checked off an item from her bucket list when she took her dad to the big game. 20 of 24 Martha Stewart Martha Stewart/Instagram We would love to be invited to Martha Stewart's tailgate, to be honest! 21 of 24 Andy Lassner & Kalen Allen The pair helped cover the big game for Ellen DeGeneres. 22 of 24 Jon Hamm Hamm kicked back while watching the game with pals. 23 of 24 Paul McCartney The singer-songwriter looked like he wanted to "Twist and Shout" while watching the Chiefs and 49ers compete. 24 of 24 Lady Gaga EVA MARIE UZCATEGUI/AFP via Getty The singer, who performed at the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show, was seen leaving the game after the Kansas City Chiefs won their first title in 50 years.