It was a star-studded affair Saturday night as tons of celebrities and sports stars turned up to the MGM Grand in Las Vegas to watch as Floyd Mayweather beat Manny Pacquiao in thefight of the century.
With only 900 ringside seats, many were filled with A-list names.
It all started when Jimmy Kimmel made a hilarious appearance in Pacquiao’s entourage as he walked to the ring.
Kimmel tweeted a photo of his outfit for the evening:
Mayweather, meanwhile, had Justin Bieber by his side before the fight.
Jamie Fox sang the national anthem to an unimpressed crowd.
Other than Mayweather and Pacquiao, the biggest stars of the night were Beyoncé and Jay Z, who watched the fight ringside next to Mary J.Blige.
Diddy and girlfriend Cassie also put on their finest for the fight.
Mike Tyson was there.
And Ben Affleck.
“Birdman” star Michael Keaton attended with Sugar Ray Leonard.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal sat ringside with director Antoine Fuqua and Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos.
Hugh Dancy, Claire Danes, Bridgid Coulter, and Don Cheadle also had solid seats.
Robert De Niro was eager for the match to begin.
Nicki Minaj brought fiancé Meek Mill.
Rapper Lil Wayne arrived with girlfriend Christina Milian.
Denzel Washington and director Antoine Fuqua hugged it out.
Michael Jordan looked calm with wife Yvette Prieto, with billionaire Australian businessman James Packer two seats down.
Andre Agassi, with wife Steffi Graf, had more emotion. Check out that puka shell necklace.
Tom Brady, fresh from the Kentucky Derby earlier that day, took time to chat with reporters.
Michael Strahan let others do the talking this time.
Actor Liev Schreiber greeted fans.
Mark Wahlberg was also in a friendly mood.
Adrien Brody smiled for the cameras.
Clint Eastwood watched intently.
Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson attended the Showtime And HBO VIP Pre-Fight Party.
As did Michael J. Fox.
Paris Hilton is a clear Pac fan.
Drew Barrymore made it a date night with husband Will Koppelman.
Others made it a star-studded night as they watched from home.
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