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Who won the Super Bowl 2014: Celebrity predictions and final score

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If you missed any of Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday night, you may be wondering who won the Super Bowl 2014. We've got you covered with answers to all of your burning Super Bowl XLVIII questions here below!

(One of those questions may be: how did Bruno Mars do during the the halftime show? Click the following link to watch Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers in their halftime performance online.)

Who won the Super Bowl 2014: Broncos Vs. Seahawks

If you really have no idea which team scored big on Sunday night, the answer may surprise you. The Seattle Seahawks, once considered an underdog but recently considered among the top performing teams in the NFL, soundly defeated the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium in NJ on Feb. 2. The final score was 43-8 in favor of the team from Seattle; while the Seahawks couldn't stop scoring, the Broncos only managed one touchdown the entire game.

Celebrity Super Bowl predictions leading up to game day were mixed. Actor Tom Arnold hit the nail on the head with his prediction in advance of Sunday's big game. He seemed very confident the Seahawks would defeat the Broncos, and we can only hope he bet money on the outcome.

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Talk show host and comic Ellen DeGeneres was also sure of herself in the run-up to Super Bowl Sunday, but unfortunately, she was rooting for the wrong team. Though she predicted the Denver Broncos would win by three points, Ellen's team in fact lost by 35. Ouch! "This is what the @Broncos need to do in the second half: score. A lot,” suggested Ellen via Twitter Sunday night. (Other celebrity Broncos fans include tennis star Serena Williams, who tweeted her support for the Colorado team all evening.)

Now that you know who won the Super Bowl 2014, what do you think? Were you predicting a Seahawks victory or a Broncos win? Sound off in the comments section below now!