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Super Bowl 2018: Celebrities React To The Philadelphia Eagles' Big Win!

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What a great game — one for the ages with two high-scoring offenses, absolutely no defense, and nearly the highest score in Super Bowl history!!!

The Philadelphia Eagles came out victorious for Super Bowl LII – and all our fave stars had A LOT to say and celebrate!

Check out the best reactions (including Miles Teller at the top of this post) via Twitter (below)!

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Super Bowl 2018: Justin Timberlake's Halftime Performance Was… Not Great?! See The Full Show & Hottest Takes From Twitter HERE!

Super Bowl LII enlisted the help of Justin Timberlake to bring sexy back to the halftime show, and he… kind of did his job???

Nothing against the guy — he's clearly very talented — but watching his medley of hits with no guest stars, no surprises, and just a few solid choreographed moments left us wanting a LOT more tonight during halftime!!!

Are we wrong???

Twitter seems like they all agree with us, for one!!!

Ch-ch-check out Timberlake's performance (above), and after that, see these BIG and OPINIONATED Twitter takes about what the people just saw (below):

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Super Bowl 2018: Pink Makes A Serious Statement Singing The National Anthem — WATCH!

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The very outspoken Pink took to the field for Super Bowl LII and SLAYED the National Anthem before the Philadelphia Eagles faced off against the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Good for her, too — she has been battling a really bad case of the flu all week, and for her to do it so well… she's a true professional and arguably the biggest winner of the night!!!

Oh by the way — if you're wondering what she spit out at the very start of her anthem as shown on TV???

Well, she addressed that little controversy during the game (below):

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Aaron Hernandez's Fiancée Sues The NFL & New England Patriots Over Athlete's Severe CTE Diagnosis

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Get all the details on the lawsuit!

Aaron Hernandez's fiancée has launched a lawsuit against the NFL and the New England Patriots in relation to the former football star's health, according to TMZ.

Filed in Massachusetts on behalf of their daughter, Avielle, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez claimed the controversial athlete suffered from "stage 3 CTE usually seen in players with a median age of death of 67 years."

Related: Aaron's Fiancée Expresses Doubts Over His Suicide

For those who don't know, CTE stand for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, which is a progressive degenerative brain disease found in those with repeated brain trauma, usually athletes. According to Boston University, common symptoms include "memory loss, confusion, impaired judgment, impulse control problems, aggression, depression, suicidality, parkinsonism, and eventually progressive dementia."

The BU CTE Center released a statement on the examination conducted on Aaron's brain, stating:

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Will The New England Patriots Have To Pay Out The Rest Of Aaron Hernandez's Contract Now That He's Technically Innocent? Get The Latest!

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Aaron Hernandez's prison suicide has unraveled a mess of legal confusion.

As we reported, a Massachusetts judge granted the request to erase the former NFL star's murder conviction that was still pending appeal, which means he technically died an innocent man.

Officials say the court had "no choice" but to honor the abatement doctrine on Tuesday — you know, innocent until proven guilty (or dead, apparently) — in the former athlete's appeal for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd.

This new development blitzed the New England Patriots with a potential problem, as the team might now be on the hook to pay out the remainder of Aaron's $6 million salary to his estate.

Related: Aaron's Rumored Prison Lover Breaks His Silence

The former athlete's attorney, Jose Baez, told TMZ his legal team is in talks with Hernandez's former agents to see how the abatement will affect his contract.

Baez says Hernandez's family is still grieving over his tragic suicide and are not rushing to take any specific action.

If the team were ordered to pay out the remaining sum, it would go to his beneficiary and fiancée Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, who Aaron declared was "rich" in his suicide note to her.

Prosecutors have suggested that the ex-pro planned his suicide

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The Patriots' Turnout To Meet Barack Obama Vs. Donald Trump Says It ALL! See The Pics!

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SAD!

Wow. The Patriots' turnout to visit the White House and meet with Donald Trump on Wednesday was smaller than we even imagined!

As we reported, Tom Brady announced he would not be attending due to "personal family matters," but he wasn't alone. Including the star athlete, 34 of the team's players were noticeably absent!!

Related: Celebs React To Bill O'Reilly's Fox News Departure

While not all of them skipped out for political reasons, a handful definitely did as it was previously said Devin McCourty, LeGarrette Blount, Alan Branch, Chris Long, and Martellus Bennett would not make it to the Super Bowl ceremony.

If you think HALF the football team passing up on this opportunity isn't unusual, just ch-ch-check out the comparison pic of the Patriots' visit when Barack Obama was still president in 2015 compared to Drumpf's (below):

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Aaron Hernandez Found NOT GUILTY Of Double Murder

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Aaron Hernandez acquitted.

Aaron Hernandez has just been found not guilty of murdering two people in Boston.

On Friday, jurors reached the verdict after more than 35 hours of deliberating in the case of the 2012 drive-by shooting deaths of Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado.

Related: David Dao's Lawyers Hold A Press Conference About "Possible" Lawsuit

The former NFL Patriots star was found guilty of illegal possession of a firearm though, and has been sentenced to serve four to five years in jail.

Of course, that's on top of him spending life in prison after being found guilty in the 2015 killing of Odin Lloyd.

[Image via Bizu/WENN.]

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