It's on! Rapper 50 Cent laid it all on the line when he answered a dare from a woman on Twitter: If his beloved Giants win, she'll post a picture of her boobs. If they lose, 50 has to tweet a picture of his, er, goalpost. "OK," he replied.
Big Boi of Outkast has used his own Twitter account to proclaim himself a real Pats superfan.
The actress and former singer grew up on Staten Island.
Have you heard? She's married to Pats QB Tom Brady. In a private email to friends and family obtained (and ridiculed) by the New York Post, she wrote, "I feel Tommy really needs our prayer, our support and love at this time."
True, he's a good friend of Patriots owner Robert Kraft, but he's a Jersey boy for life.
Aerosmith has its roots in New Hampshire and Boston. Check out the spectacular garb.
His 2006 joint "New York Shit" makes it clear: he reps the Giants.
Ken Casey, frontman for the quintessential Boston Irish punk band Dropkick Murphys, owns a bar called McGreevy's. He's made a bet with Shaun Clancy of New York's Foley's Pub: the losing fan will travel to the rival's bar and work a bartending shift wearing the winning team's jersey.
Harry Potter has been spending plenty of time on Broadway lately.
Sir Elton is such close pals with Patriots owner Robert Kraft, he was named an honorary team captain for a game.
The family of the actress and her sister, Rooney, owns the team.
The television personality and Massachusetts native is a diehard Pats fan.
The New York native is another Giants fan on Twitter.
Interviewer: Can the Patriots win the Super Bowl? Wahlberg: You know what's funny? I just texted Tom Brady.
"I would hate to have anybody in Boston think I don't love them," the Jane's Addiction frontman recently told Rolling Stone, "but I'm a New Yorker and I gotta stand by my state."
The Boston native and "lifelong" Patriots has tweeted – comically, of course – about his prediction for the big game.
We're pretty sure he's from New York.
He's a suburban Boston guy, and proudly so. You've seen him in those Boston-New York rivalry commercials with Alec Baldwin.
The Giants, after all, play in the Garden State.
He's a Townie.
Such a fan, he used to have tapes of the Giants' games overnighted to him when he was overseas on film shoots. That's old-school.
So tight with the home team, he wears the rings.