When Fuse News stopped by the 2014 Grammys, not only did we get the Lady Gaga/Osbournes reconciliation on tape, but we also asked a bunch of artists who they're rooting for at Super Bowl XLVIII. Yep, we got it all covered. 

For those living under a rock, this year it's the Seattle Seahawks versus the Denver Broncos. Bonnie McKee is going with Seattle, which makes sense since the "American Girl" was raised there. R&B singer Wanz and rapper Juicy J are also betting on the Seahawks, but GRAMMY nominees Capital Cities asked, "Who's playing again?" Sorry, Denver.

When it comes to their favorite halftime shows and Super Bowl performances of the National Anthem, the celebs we talked to were equally as opinionated. Whitney Houston scored big among Capital Cities, McKee and Billy Crystal for her 1991 performance, but country singer Lee Brice and Latina legend Gloria Estefan had to shout-out Prince. "I would give an award to Prince when he did 'Purple Rain' [in 2007] in an actual storm in Miami," Estefan said. "Boy, he did it... It was some serious purple rain. And purple lightning and thunder as well!"

This year, Bruno Mars will take the stage during the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show. The game airs February 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET on Fox.

Fuse is bringing you coverage of the hottest music events all week leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII with Fuse Music Week: Super Bowl Blvd. Keep up with the coverage on Fuse.tv, Trending 10, Top 20 Countdownand Fuse News!

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