Luis Fonsi at the Super Bowl 2024
Latin Times/Courtesy Luis Fonsi

Super Bowl LVIII was a showcase of Latino star power in Las Vegas, with sightings of renowned artists ranging from Bad Bunny to Peso Pluma to Ice Spice and Anthony Ramos, among many others.

These celebrities joined the excitement surrounding the epic showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

Adding to the entertainment, Jennifer Lopez made a memorable cameo in Ben Affleck's hilarious Dunkin Donuts commercial, while Jenna Ortega and Danny Ramirez brought their charisma to the Doritos Dinamite ad.

Ice Spice showed up with American entertainment royalty

The Dominican-American rapper arrived at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas with none other than Taylor Swift and her best friend, actress Blake Lively, sharing the suit rented by Travis Kelce for his and his girlfriend's family. There were a lot of tense moments and happy celebrations in that space.

Later in the game, Lana del Rey joined them at the suite. Ice Spice was the Latina in the best place to celebrate the Kansas City victory with the Kelces, Taylor, and the rest of their crew.

Peso Pluma on first row at the Super Bowl

Even if not announced, it wasn't a surprise to see la doble P by the field watching the game from very close. The Mexican music star was with Miami and Las Vegas restaurateur David Grutman at the stadium.

Next to Peso Pluma were Jelly Roll, Noah Tepperberg, Pauly Shore, Michael Rapino and David Einhorn.

Bad Bunny in good company

Invited by Apple, Bad Bunny was also in a suite. El Conejo was seen with Apple CEO Tim Cook, Mr. Superman himself, Henry Cavil, Victoria Monét, Rachelle, Central Cee, Lizzo, Zane Lowe, and Irene.

However, the fans who expected to see him next to his alleged girlfriend, Kendal Jenner, were disappointed. The supermodel and entrepreneur was at the stadium in another suite with sisters Kim and Khloé Kardashian. Her bestie, Hailey Bieber, and her megastar husband, Justin Bieber, were also there.

Natti Natasha, Lele Pons, Luis Fonsi and more Latinos were among the public

Mr. Despacito went by himself as a 49ers fan.

Despierta America's Astrid Rivera was with the fans, while the Univision team, with Lindsay Casinelli, and even Mexican journalist Jorge Ramos, narrated the game in Spanish for the Latino audience in the United States.

Dominican Natti Natasha was also in attendance, wearing Super Bowl regalia and looking very excited. She was seated next to Cuban American Saturday Night Live comedian Marcello Hernández. They seemed to be having a blast.

Before the game, Puerto Rican urban music star Myke Towers was part of the pre-show with a presentation broadcast by Univision

Other stars at the game

Lady Gaga

Arianna Grande and Cynthia Erivo

Beyoncé, Jay Z and his daughters

Paul Rudd and his son

Paul McCartney and his wife

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