Politicians, Celebs React to Patriots' Historic Super Bowl Win

This is the fifth Super Bowl win for the Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady.

ByABC News
February 6, 2017, 1:09 AM

— -- Celebrities and politicians from across the country took to social media on Sunday to react to the New England Patriots' historic Super Bowl LI win over the Atlanta Falcons.

The Patriots beat the Falcons 34-28 after staging a record-breaking 25-point comeback. This is the fifth Super Bowl win for Tom Brady, the most for any NFL quarterback in history.

President Donald Trump tweeted after the big game on Sunday, "What an amazing comeback and win by the Patriots. Tom Brady, Bob Kraft and Coach B are total winners. Wow!"

Trump's VP also got in on the Super Bowl action, calling this year's game "one of the best," ever.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh congratulated the winners, crowning the Patriots "the best team."

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal graciously accepted Atlanta's loss and congratulated the winning team. "Congratulations to the Patriots on their win," he tweeted, adding that the Falcons still had an "incredible season."

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed tweeted that he his "still proud" proud of the Atlanta Falcons, despite the loss.

Chris Evans, who most recently starred in "Captain America," said the game was the "GREATEST SPORTING EVENT OF MY ENTIRE LIFE!!!!"

R&B singer Usher, posted a screenshot of what appeared to be a video call between him and actor Mark Wahlberg, a Boston native.

Comedian Ellen DeGeneres said the Big Game was "unreal," referring to it as "crazier than a movie."

Singer Justin Timberlake went as far as to call the Patriots' Brady the greatest of all time.

Actress Jenny McCarthy posted a 39-second video of a few Patriots fans celebrating. "Congrats to #Patriots #Superbowl2017. Got some very happy Boston Boyz in the house," she tweeted.

Actress Sharon Stone commended the winning team for their "never give up attitude," adding "you inspire me."

Lea Michele, most known for her starring role on "Glee," shared an image of herself wearing a Brady jersey. "BEST. DAY. EVER!!! #SuperBowl," she tweeted.

Singer Jordin Sparks said it was one of the best games she'd ever been to. "I was high-fiving Pats fans all over the place! Much deserved. Congrats Patriots! #SB51," she tweeted.

Actor and die-hard Falcons fan Samuel L. Jackson appeared to take Atlanta's loss hard. "The Agony of Defeat... see ya next season. RISE UP," said Jackson, who created a commercial for the Falcons back in 2014.

And supermodel Gisele Bundchen was cheering the Pats on throughout the entire game.

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