Rebel Wilson, Miley Cyrus & More Celebrities Have Fun At The 2021 Super Bowl — See Pics
While only a few had the privilege of watching the Super Bowl from inside Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium, stars like Rebel Wilson and Joey Fatone still managed to make it inside.
The 2021 Super Bowl had its smallest audience in its 54-year history, but that didn’t stop a few celebrities from snagging the few precious tickets available. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium could only invite 25,000 guests — with 7,500 of them being vaccinated health workers — but Gisele Bundchen, Miley Cyrus, Rebel Wilson and more still made it onto the exclusive guest list. Well, them and the 30,000 cutouts that occupied the rest of the vacant seats. Here’s who still managed to show up to the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Miley Cyrus & Billy Idol
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Miley Cyrus was an automatic guest at the Super Bowl, since she was a performer. Instead of the halftime show, though, the Disney Channel alum headlined the Super Bowl’s first-ever TikTok Tailgate that aired on TikTok and CBS. And she was joined by Billy Idol, so the performance was pretty epic. If you missed it, don’t worry — you can check it out in full above!