Celebrities and Eagles players celebrate the Birds' Super Bowl victory down Broad Street

Philadelphia finally gets to officially celebrate the Eagles first ever Super Bowl win, and celebrities and Eagles players are just as amped as we are.

As we found out this season, though, the Birds have plenty of high-profile fans, from hometown folks like Bradley Cooper, Pink, and Will Smith, to non-natives like Stephen King and John Cena. It’s anyone’s guess who will show up today, but a first-time Super Bowl win comes once in a lifetime, so anything is possible.

Follow along with us here for all the celebrity action along the Eagles parade route.

In the pre-parade hours, Eagles players are showing up in their parade day best:

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The Sixers’ Joel Embiid, meanwhile, kept things casual:

As did former Phillie Ryan Howard:

Several former Eagles players are also in town, and some can’t seem to believe their eyes:

Parade time. Speechless. #superbowl52 #philly

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Philly celebs have also made the long trek back home to celebrate the Eagles first ever Super Bowl win:

Famed Philadelphian DJ Jazzy Jeff couldn’t make it (he’s in Poland), but he did get a few words in on ESPN:

Kobe Bryant offered his congrats from afar as well:

As the parade begins, some Eagles and Eagles alumni are clearly feeling the day’s celebration:

So far, Jason Kelce is having the most fun:

But no one catches a beer like Doug Pederson:

Lots of folks hoping for Meek Mill’s freedom today:

B-Coop, where are you? Fans need to know:

And what of Rocky himself, Sylvester Stallone? Birds fans are wondering where the Italian Stallion is:

On his own social media, Sly congratulated the Birds on their Super Bowl win, telling the team he is “so proud” of them. He also indicated to the Birds that he would “see you soon.”

Yo Eagles! Incredibly proud of you!#philly #flyeaglesfly @slystalloneshop

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Sly didn’t show up, and at least one fan was very disappointed:

The parade reached the Art Museum just after 2 p.m. for its official ceremony. Jeff Laurie kicked things off with a mic drop:

The Birds, meanwhile, spoke their minds:

And Jason Kelce is still having the most fun:

Following the celebration, Eagles players thanked the city for their support: