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Justin Timberlake, Ellen DeGeneres and More Congratulate Super Bowl Winner

February 4, 2013 (8:45 am) GMT
Timberlake, DeGeneres and Neil Patrick Harris take to Twitter to post congratulatory messages to the Baltimore Ravens after it beat out the San Francisco 49ers.

Much like other fans who were overjoyed at the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl win, some of famous stars were celebrating the team's 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. , and were just of some of those who have congratulated the Ravens.

"Congrats to The Ravens. That was a great Super Bowl," the former member tweeted, before referring to the power outage at the Superdome in New Orleans during the third quarter, "Minus the #Blackout Although, it did double my beer intake."

The host of "" posted on her own Twitter page, "Unbelievable. Congratulations to the Ravens and my friend @Brendon310. I'll see you soon!" DeGeneres was giving a shout out to Brendon Ayanbadejo, the Ravens linebacker.

Harris added, "Congrats Ravens! Great game, so fun to watch. Although I think someone picked my pocket during the blackout. I suspect @MrJohnCryer...," as Brian Littrell of tweeted, "Congrats to the Ravens. What a game. Don't turn out the light now. Chirp."

The Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers during the Sunday, February 3 game which was delayed for around 30 minutes due to the blackout. Joe Flacco of the winning team was voted the MVP.

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