The most highly anticipated game in any given football season has finally arrived. Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers will be suiting up to face off against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. As of right now it's anyone's game, but like most fans, celebrities have their favorites. Here's who your favorite celebrities have pegged to take home the trophy for Super Bowl 50.

Golden State Warriors point guard, and the NBA’s very own golden boy, Stephen Curry has been very vocal in his support of the Carolina Panthers. Don't mistake his support for bandwagon fandom though. An Instagram post from Jan. 31 shows Curry’s been a longtime supporter of the Panthers. Similarly model Brooklyn Decker has made several attempts to get in touch with Newton, 26, on Twitter. She also frequently shares photos of conversations between her and her husband's Sunday evening text conversations, which center around the Panthers’ game play. West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg also has shown love to Newton and the Panthers, congratulating the quarter back on his success.

The Broncos, too, have garnered a lot of support from famous faces in Hollywood. Jessica Biel has been known to pop up on Twitter to show her team some love. GossipCop says Gina De Laurentis, Don Cheadle and Alex Baldwin are dedicated fans of Manning, 39, and his posse.

Super Bowl 50 marks the second time the Carolina Panthers have advanced this far in any given season. The team, which has only been around since the NFL's expansion in October 1993 — playing their first season in 1995 — first went to the Super Bowl after the 2003-04 season where they lost to the New England Patriots. The Broncos, on the other hand, are no strangers to Super Bowl pressure. The team has two Super Bowl wins under its belt, taking the titled in Super Bowl XXXII and Super Bowl XXXIII. It has played in eight Super Bowl games all together.

As exciting as this game promises to be, it's the halftime entertainment many are anticipating. Coldplay will be taking the stage for a 12 1/2-minute performance featuring Beyoncé and Bruno Mars. It remains unclear what songs the trio plan to perform, but following the release of the music video for “Hymn for the Weekend,” and Beyoncé’s latest single “Formation,” which also serves as an in-your-face political statement, fans on social media are sure it will be a performance to remember.

Kick off takes place at 6:30 p.m. EST on CBS. May the odds be ever in your favor, folks!