Who are you rooting for in this year's Super Bowl? Find out who your favorite celebrities are putting their money on...
Donald Trump: businessman, "The Apprentice"
49ers, 24-21. Great defense.
Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., minority leader:
I am rooting for the 49ers; I am not rooting against Baltimore. My father built Baltimore Memorial Stadium as mayor, brought the Colts there, brought the Orioles there.
Danica Patrick, race-car driver
Ravens 34-24: Going to be an exciting game ...I'm going to be pulling for the Ravens since GoDaddy's founder, Bob Parsons, is from Baltimore!
Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., incoming U.S. Secretary of State
49ers, 27-21: As a Patriots fan, part of me wishes they could both lose. But I have to move on.
Adam West, actor, “Batman”
49ers, 24-21: This may be west coast wishful thinking but I think it'll finish 24 to 21 favor of the Niners.
Emmitt Smith, NFL Hall of Famer
49ers, 31-21: QB Colin Kaepernick's athletic ability is key. The Ravens D will put up a good fight, but it will be tough to keep up.
Dick Vitale, sportscaster
Ravens, 24-21: I like their toughness. Kaepernick has got that ability to run, to throw. He’s going to be a phenom eventually. I love what they’re about.
Sonja Sohn, actress, “The Wire”
Ravens, 24-17: Do you even have to ask? The Ravens all the way, of course.
Pat Robertson, reverend; 2008 Super Sage Award winner
49ers, 35-27: My heart goes with the Ravens, but I believe the 49ers have too many star linemen for Baltimore to prevail.
Don Rickles, comedian
Ravens, 28-14: The Ravens' energy seems to be peaking at the right time and the fact that it’s Ray Lewis’ farewell will give them great motivation.
Jodi Picoult, author
49ers, 35-28: Baltimore will be playing with a lot of emotion, but San Fran has more weapons!
Arnold Palmer, Hall of Fame golfer; 2003 Super Sage Award winner
Ravens, 28-17: Baltimore has a pretty good defense.
Haley Joel Osment, actor; has picked 12 of the last 13 Super Bowl winners, missing only in 2008
49ers, 28-24: San Francisco's recovery from a 17-point deficit last week convinced me that they have the will to pull out a victory down the stretch.
Ted McGinley, actor
49ers, 24-17: Ray Lewis is an interesting story. Can Ray go out on top? I don't think so. (Coach Jim) Harbaugh had the guts to make a quarterback change midseason.
Branford Marsalis, musician
Ravens, 27-14: My pick will be the Ravens. I think they have consistently played well on both sides of the ball; and Ray Lewis' retirement has them playing with even more energy.
Mike Malinin, musician, Goo Goo Dolls
Ravens, 17-14: I’m hoping the Ravens are going to win.
John Leguizamo, actor
Ravens, 23-17: I’m going to go with the Ravens
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., environmental activist
49ers, 24-14: Because they are a slightly better team.
Sheila Kelley, actress, “Gossip Girl”
Ravens, 27-21: I’m going to have to go with the city my man was born in, Baltimore! Say hey for the blackbirds!
Ted Giannoulas, San Diego chicken
Sorry Ravens, my birdbrain says Niners win 38-29. (Colin) Kaepernick is a confounding difference maker. His offensive line also has the brawn and brains to grind down Baltimore’s defense.
Josh Gad, actor, “1600 Penn”
Ravens, 27-23: If you look at Marty McFly's Almanac from "Back to the Future 2," it's already written in stone.
Mark Cuban, owner, Dallas Mavericks
49ers, 28-16: Because I hate the Ravens just like every kid from Pittsburgh does.
Josh Charles, actor, “The Good Wife”
Ravens, 27-24: It will be a hard-hitting, extremely physical game that could go down to the wire. If the Ravens' offensive line gives Joe Flacco enough protection, I believe he will continue to make big plays.
Shane Battier, basketball player, Miami Heat
49ers, 27-20: I think that the San Francisco 49ers will be Super Bowl champions by a score of 27-20. No one has figured out the read-option offense from the Pistol formation of the 49ers.
Roseanne Barr, comedian/actor
49ers, 31-27: The impartial hardcore NFL analyst "app" in my brain says: 49ers, 31, Ravens, 27. But, hey, I'm no expert; so don't bet the ranch!
Scott Adams, cartoonist, “Dilbert”
49ers, 49-nevermore: As always, I make my picks based on the names of the teams. I predict that San Francisco will win by a score of 49 to nevermore. I’ll let you know where to send that trophy after I win.
Bill O'Reilly, Fox News host
49ers, 24-17: 49ers’ offense will move the ball and control the clock. Ravens will turn the ball over twice.
Jordyn Wieber, Olympic gymnast
49ers, 34-24: I predict that the San Francisco 49ers will win the Super Bowl this year because they have more passion and focus than the Baltimore Ravens.
Barry Williams, Greg Brady in "The Brady Bunch"
49ers, 31-17: The sentimental favorite is Baltimore because of retiring linebacker Ray Lewis. The odds are San Fran will win because of the legs and arm of QB Kaepernick.
Scott Turow, author
Ravens, 23-20: A) Ray Lewis will have his team ready to play. B) The team with the most former Cubs always loses -- only (49ers quarterback Colin) Kaepernick qualifies. C) It's always tough to beat your big brother.
Martin Schulz, European Parliament president
49ers, 24-14: It's a view from Europe. I think it will be a great match where experience will count. The 49ers will drive home advantage in 4th quarter. Both teams had a brilliant season.
Joe Mantegna, actor, “Criminal Minds;” 2010 Super Sage Award winner
49ers, 31-28: 49ers beat the Ravens 31 to 28. I favor Jim Harbaugh because he's a former Chicago Bear, and that's as close as we Bear fans are going to get this year.
Bill Nye the Science Guy
Ravens, 31-24: The Ravens are more explosive; they pass more. They hit a little harder than the 49ers; they will create a couple of big plays on both sides of the ball.
Jenna Elfman, actress, "1600 Penn"
Ravens, 29-23: Probably the Ravens, which would be nice for Ray Lewis to go out that way. My 2-year-old son made the prediction.
Miss America, Mallory Hagan
Leroy Chiao, astronaut
49ers, 28-21: I followed the Niners back in the glory days of the '80s. It's time.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, actor/former California governor
49ers, 27-23: Got to go with California this year!
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