While "Selfie Kid" arguably stole the show at this year's Super Bowl LII, many celebrities and media figures took to social media to discuss the game's result, which saw the Philadelphia Eagles defeat the New England Patriots 41-33.

Marking the Eagles' first-ever Super Bowl win, celebrations from die-hard fans took place both on the field and on Twitter. While a drunk Kevin Hart failed miserably to celebrate with the champions on stage, other notable Eagles fans decided to share their enthusiasm in less than 280 characters.

With a few tweets offering a simple congrats, others reveling in the Patriots' loss and the ultimate Philly dedication from Will Smith, we've compiled some of the best reactions to the Eagles' Super Bowl LII win. Check them out below.

Some indulged in schadenfreude

Others were less harsh

Most just wanted to congratulate the Eagles

Kevin Hart got a little too excited

And Diddy too

But not as much as Will Smith

In case you missed it, check out Justin Timberlake's half-time performance at Super Bowl LII

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