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Tanya Tucker Wishes Tom Brady Luck in Super Bowl in Throwback Kentucky Derby Post

by Keeli Parkey
(Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum)

Tanya Tucker has made it clear who she will be rooting for during Super Bowl LV.

Based on a post the famous country music singer shared on Instagram on Sunday (Feb. 7), she is throwing her hat in the ring behind Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

“Go go go!!!,” Tucker shared on Instagram alongside a photo of her and the legendary quarterback at one of the world’s most famous horse races a few years ago. “Me and @tombrady at the 2019 @kentuckyderby @barnstablebrowngala. We’re all rooting for you today!!!”

You can check out the post below. As of 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, it had received more than 2,300 likes.

Many Tanya Tucker fans shared her support of Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In response to her Instagram post, one fans wrote, “He’s lucky to be standing with you!”

“Y’all are matching!! Go Bucs!,” another said. “You look fab as usual and ole Tom not too bad!!,” was another comment. “Go Tom and Gronk! We love you up here in Boston Tanya! Saw you at the Cohasset Music Cirucs many moons ago!” still another posted.

While some commenters shared Tanya Tucker’s support for Tom Brady, others did not. Even so, they still showed respect to the singer.

“Love you Tanya, but it’s go Chiefs,” one said. “Great pic but (Kansas City) all the way today!!!” another commenter said. Still another posted, “Super cute but gotta say GO CHIEFS!!”

Tanya Tucker, Other Celebrities Weigh on Their Picks for Super Bowl LV

Later today (Sunday, Feb. 7) Tom Brady will lead his Tampa Bay Buccaneers against quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. As with every Super Bowl, there are a ton of storylines.

Brady is going for his seventh Super Bowl crown. He won the previous six with the New England Patriots. Mahomes, by far the younger of the two quarterbacks playing in the game, is the youngest ever to appear in back-to-back Super Bowls. He led the Kansas City Chiefs to victory last year.

This is the first time in 18 years that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have appeared in the Super Bowl. They won the game in 2003.

In addition to Tanya Tucker, other celebrities have shared their thoughts on who should – and will – win Super Bowl LV. Football legend and commentator Terry Bradshaw has said he is supporting Patrick Mahomes in the game.

“The young GOAT or the old GOAT? I’m gonna go with the young GOAT,” Bradshaw told Hollywood Life. “Being happily married, it’s important for me to pull for my wife’s guy. And her guy is the young GOAT – Patrick Mahomes. In fact, we’re in the horse business. And we named one of our really great babies Mahomes.”

Even O.J. Simpson has shared his opinion on Super Bowl LV.

“Hey, Twitter world! It’s me, yours truly. Happy Super Bowl Sunday to all you guys. I think it’s pretty apparent who I’m cheering for, Kansas City,” Simpson posted on Twitter. “You know, I’m an old AFC guy, played nine years in Buffalo, so I always cheer for the AFC unless the 49ers are playing. A lot of individuals I’ve always cheered for, Brady, because he’s from the Bay area.”