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Kim Kardashian was positively beaming yesterday after boyfriend Reggie Bush helped lead the New Orleans Saints to Super Bowl victory. Kim and mom Kris Jenner, took in the emotional moment from the sidelines, before Kim rushed the field to embrace Reggie.

Kim and Saints’ head coach Sean Payton shared a big victory hug on the field.

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Reggie jumped into a crowd of loyal fans on the field and kissed the Vince Lomardi trophy in the locker room.

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Now that Reggie has his Super Bowl ring, wonder if an engagement ring for Kim is on the way?

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Hollywood definitely came out in full force to celebrate the Super Bowl in Miami.

Sometimes New Orleans resident Brad Pitt cheered on the Saints with Angelina Jolie and son Maddox Jolie-Pitt.

Brad cheered and howled the cry of “Who Dat” with the rest of the Saints’ fans after the underdogs reigned victorious against the Colts, the Associated Press reports.

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Tom Cruise took daughter Suri to the stadium, mingling with the crowd. Tom was not phased by the media attention surrounding him.

Blake Lively dressed in Saints attire. She has been filming a movie in New Orleans and came to Miami to root on the team.

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LL Cool J proudly sided with the Colts.

“I’m from New York: There’s a Manning connection,” LL told the AP, referring to Colts’ quarterback Peyton Manning‘s little brother, New York Giants quarterback Eli.

Holly Madison supported fellow bunny Kendra Wilkinson by rooting for the Colts.

Holly hosted a Pre-Super Bowl Bash “Holly Bowl” at Lavo Nightclub dressed head-to-toe in Colts garb.

Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore didn’t take sides, and Ashton remained true to his favorite teams, wearing a Chicago Bears hat.

Gloria Estefan and husband Emilio, part owners of the Miami Dolphins, proclaimed they weren’t there to root for anybody in particular, according to the AP. The couple was just proud the Super Bowl was back in their town.

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