From Brad Pitt to Stacy Keibler: Celebrity Picks for Super Bowl 2012

February 5, 2012 By:
From Brad Pitt to Stacy Keibler: Celebrity Picks for Super Bowl 2012

What’s not to love about the Super Bowl? Even if you’re not into sports, there’s the Halftime show, which Madonna promises to be the “greatest show on Earth.” And if that’s still not enough to get you in the game, you can’t argue with the food. Seven layer dip, anyone?

Celebrities are looking forward to the battle between the Patriots and Giants, too, and we’ve found out who the stars are rooting for. Here are your Super Bowl 2012 celebrity picks.

Jenna Fischer: We asked The Office star if she was looking forward to the game and she admitted: “I don’t know who’s playing.” Jena then turned to her husband for help. “Who are we rooting for in the Super Bowl, honey?” After being filled in, Jenna told Hollyscoop:
“The Patriots. Because we’re Cowboy fans, and we don’t root for the Giants. That’s right, I remember.”

Brad Pitt: Brad remains indecisive. “Oooh, that’s a tough one,” the actor said when asked about his pick.

Chris Noth: Sex And The City star Chris Noth put it simply. “Giants,” he told us.

Arnold Schwarzenegger: Arnold said he couldn’t “pick against his neighbor.” Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are his neighbors, by the way. “Tom Brady will be the Super Bowl MVP,” Arnold said.

Colin Hanks: Tom Hanks’ adorable offspring told Hollyscoop he’s voting for “the New York football Giants.”

Maya Angelou: The legendary poet says: "The Patriots are terrible losers, which mean the Giants, who are great winners, have to work harder than usual -- and they will."

Joel McHale: Community’s Joel McHale has an interesting prediction: “Broncos by 7. Even though they're not in the game Denver will show up unannounced and beat both teams at once. That's right 11 versus 22. Tebow will throw a last second Hail Mary pass while saying a Hail Mary. Mary will then catch the pass for a touchdown.”

Stacy Keibler: George Clooney’s arm candy says: “New England, 34-28. I think this will be a higher-scoring game than four years ago and in a shootout, it’s hard to go against Tom Brady.”