Celebs Have The Best Super Bowl LI Tweets

by Allie Gemmill
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The big game has officially begun, and maybe the best part about this evening of knee pads, sweat, and shredded Astroturf is the celebrities tweeting about Super Bowl 5I. I mean, it doesn't get much better than perennial faves like Lin-Manuel Miranda delivering to us some football-related hilarity, right?

Sure, there's a big football game happening, but that's barely the most exciting thing about the Super Bowl, and celebrities get that. Between commenting on the excitement of the various Super Bowl commercials, the football action itself, and eagerly awaiting Lady Gaga's halftime show, there's so much to be discussed on Twitter for Super Bowl LI.

I must admit: It's pretty fun to see which celebrities are actually watching the game tonight and who is taking a break from all of the action. For the most part, celebrities are tuned in, taking note, and voicing their cheeky opinions. Some of the best reactions and commentary are on the many Super Bowl commercials that are being run in between all the boring football bits. Other celebrities are choosing to tweet out commentary on the most uplifting moments of the Super Bowl.

No matter which way you slice it, seeing stars whoop it up on game day is perhaps the best way to enjoy football. Check out some of the most interesting celebrity tweets below.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

But let's be real: The Sega version of football is probably the coolest. Just like Miranda.

Rowan Blanchard

Same, Blanchard. Same.

Chrissy Teigen

Teigen isn't concerned with football so much as geography, but you know what? I'm here for it.

Ben Barnes

Like most of us, Barnes was absolutely loving the Schuyler sisters.

Will Wheaton

Wheaton understands the awkwardness of not being sporty.

Vinny Guadagnino

Interestingly, the Jersey Shore bae threw a little Super Bowl shade.

Katie Couric

Couric knows best.

Cameron Esposito

The comedian found room to bring Don Draper into the Super Bowl LI conversation and I appreciate it.

Snoop Dogg

We all know what's in Snoop Dogg's brownies, too.

Neil deGrasse Tyson

What exactly is "football astrophysics," though, Tyson?

Dave Bautista

Meanwhile, Bautista is still promoting Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 during the Super Bowl. Good for you, Bautista.

Kumail Nanjiani

It's happening as we speak, my dude.

Neil deGrasse Tyson (Yet Again)

Whoa, that's one dangerous dude.

Josh Peck

As the Super Bowl neared the end, Peck offered to help out the Patriots who were still behind.

These celeb tweets are as good as the game itself.