Super Bowl Chiefs vs Eagles Odds, Props: Who Will Appear on Screen?

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The Super Bowl is among the most star-studded events in all of American culture.

So, naturally, the live broadcast of the proceedings is going to encompass plenty of celebrities — ones you love, ones you loathe, ones you're indifferent about.

Now, instead of just giving an unconcerned glance up from your phone when Bradley Cooper, or whoever, comes onto your screen this Sunday — you can make some money off of those moments.

Super Bowl Props: Who Will Appear on Screen?

This marketplace is only live in Ontario, Canada. Odds are according to FanDuel as of Tuesday morning.

There are so many props available for this market that we're going to have to split the charts into minus money bets and plus money bets.

In the minus money category, the Biden family leads the charge. First Lady Jill Biden has confirmed that she'll be at the game. Her odds are at -125. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden hasn't confirmed that he'll be in attendance, but his odds are at -500.

The other group of -500 favorites are Eagles fans: Bradley Cooper, Will Smith, Mike Trout and Miles Teller.

The main Chiefs' celebrity fans are all at -300: Eric Stonestreet, Jason Sudeikis and Paul Rudd.

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Super Bowl Props: Who Will Appear on Screen?

This incredibly random assortment of people have limited ties to the cities of Kansas City or Philadelphia, or their respective football franchises.

But there's a non-zero chance one of them pops onto the TSN broadcast.

The most likely may be Gordon Ramsey, who did live spots during the NFC Championship Game between the 49ers and Eagles, which aired on FOX.

Super Bowl LVII is also due to air on FOX. If Ramsey is due for another one — or simply on screen for a mid-game advertisement for his cooking show — then this bet hits.

The rest are absolute fliers. The best case outside of Ramsey may be for Pete Davidson, who served as a judge for the Pro Bowl Games last Sunday.

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