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Homegrown celebrities celebrate Chiefs' Super Bowl berth

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Posted at 1:32 PM, Jan 20, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-21 13:56:04-05

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Everyone in Chiefs Kingdom was celebrating Sunday night when the Chiefs punched their ticket to Super Bowl LIV by defeating the Tennessee Titans.

Some of Kansas City's most notable people were no exception.

Actor Paul Rudd led pregame cheers at Arrowhead Stadium as the Tony DiPardo Spirit Leader then later celebrated by embracing Travis Kelce after the game and joining the team in the locker room.

Rudd's good pal, Eric Stonestreet, joined in the celebration in the locker room as well.

Not to be left out, fellow Big Slick celebrity Rob Riggle celebrated from home.

Before the game, actor Brad Pitt was spotted sporting a Chiefs baseball cap on the red carpet for the SAG Awards.

And musical artist Melissa Etheridge shared her joy in a tweet, saying she wished her dad could see the exciting day.

Superman even showed his support. Actor Henry Cavill became a fan of the Chiefs and Royals after being cast in the iconic super hero role. He rocked a Chiefs hat after the win.

Some important local faces got to celebrate as well.

The Hunt family, which owns the Chiefs, got to bring home the trophy bearing the name of its patriarch, late Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt.

Area politicians also posted on social media congratulating the team for a job well done.

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas celebrated the victory from Arrowhead Stadium.

Finally, Kansas City's newest celebrity, the man dubbed "Bad Luck Chuck," celebrated from Jack Stack Barbecue, since he is no longer welcome at Chiefs games.