JLo, Ben Affleck, Justin Bieber, Ye, more celebs vibe to epic Super Bowl halftime show

Angelenos at home weren't the only ones vibing to the Super Bowl 56 halftime show.

The star-studded Super Bowl game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, brought in A-list athletes, artists, actors and even royals (Prince Harry was joined by cousin Princess Eugenie), bopping their heads to "Still D.R.E" and "California Love."

Sunday's Super Bowl between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals tapped California natives and hip-hop legends Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre, alongside Mary J. Blige and Eminem, to perform a 13-minute show at halftime.

Before the Rams took home the trophy, celebrities were enjoying the musical performances.

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Los Angeles Lakers star Lebron James was "living his best life" as 50 Cent surprised everyone at SoFi Stadium during the halftime show. In a video shared on Twitter, the basketball player was seen dancing and singing along.

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And if that video wasn't enough clarification, James also took to Twitter to share his thoughts.


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Previous halftime show performer Jennifer Lopez was serving the same energy James was, dancing and singing along when Compton-bred rapper Lamar hit the stage.

"I think JLo enjoyed the #SuperBowl halftime show a little more than Ben (Affleck)," wrote @KarisaMaxwell.

Fresh out of his Sunday Service, Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, also made it out to catch the halftime show performance. Ye was caught on video bopping his head when Dr. Dre took the stage.

It was also a Kardashian-West family affair as Ye was accompanied by daughter North and son Saint.

Kanye West sits in the stands at the Super Bowl with his children North and Saint.
Kanye West sits in the stands at the Super Bowl with his children North and Saint.

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Justin Bieber made it quite clear who his favorite performer of the night was: Eminem. "JUSTIN BIEBER STANDING UP AND RAPPING TO @Eminem IS A WHOLE MOOD," wrote Twitter user @peachesbiebss.

Cardi B, who was spotted with husband Offset in the stands, took a video of herself singing along to Mary J. Blige.

Cardi B also bumped into Olivia Rodrigo and posted a quick clip of the "driver's license" singer striking a pose.

Another former halftime show performer, Beyoncé, was also enjoying the show – clad in cat-eye sunglasses. Kelly Rowland joined her former Destiny's Child member, according to a photo shared by @B7Album.

Before the halftime show, Jay-Z was spotted at the sidelines snapping photos of daughter Blue Ivy.

Shawn Mendes and former One Direction member Niall Horan were all smiles during 50 Cent's portion of the performance in a video posted on Twitter.

Lady Gaga, Missy Elliott also give Dr. Dre and Co. props

Even if not in attendance, other celebs took to social media to give props.

"THAT WAS A BOMB OF RADICAL LOVE THANK YOU #SuperBowl HALFTIME SHOW!! Incredible!!" wrote Lady Gaga on Twitter, who performed at the halftime show in 2017. "That’s what it’s all about!!"

Missy Elliott said the show was "legendary" and "will forever be."

Kerry Washington wrote on Twitter: "Mary J Blige. That’s it. That’s the tweet. Bowing down. #SuperBowlLVI"

Mary J. Blige gave a fiery performance during the Super Bowl halftime show.
Mary J. Blige gave a fiery performance during the Super Bowl halftime show.

Other celebrities in attendance included Kendall Jenner, Rebel Wilson, Chris Tucker, Matt Damon, Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Lil Jon and more.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Super Bowl halftime gets raves from Jennifer Lopez, Gaga, Kanye, more