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Jason Kelce poses with celebrities in Las Vegas before the Super Bowl

Jason Kelce

What happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas, at least not for long Jason Kelce.

The 36-year-old Philadelphia Eagles center had a star-studded evening after meeting several big names over the weekend, including two actors Adam Sandler And David Spade.

Spade documented their encounter, along with several other memorable moments from his fellow actors and comedians Chris Rock‘s birthday celebration, in a carousel of pictures uploaded to Instagram on Saturday, February 10. “Happy birthday to my husband @chrisrock,” Spade began in the caption, before continuing with brief descriptions of each snap.

The first, which he captioned “Birthday Boy,” showed the now 59-year-old comedian on a private jet with a cake that read, “Happy Birthday Chris!” The second snap showed everyone who was invited attending Rock’s big day celebration, which Spade called the “Bday Relay.”

Kelce finally appeared in the third picture alongside Spade, 59, and Sandler, 57, taken at an undisclosed location in Las Vegas, with the actor joking, “We hit the bouncer.”

The last and final image showed the group’s planned celebrations – a U2 concert at the famous Las Vegas Sphere – and featured a blue projection of Bono on the venue screen. “The lead singer,” Spade wrote.

The iconic snap was shared on the same day Kelce went viral for making his presence known Adele While attending their residency show, he proves he’s enjoying his time in Sin City before cheering on his younger brother, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelcein this year’s Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers.

Jason will attend the big game with his wife, Kylieand his parents, donna And Ed. The Kelce family will reportedly share a suite with Travis’ pop star girlfriend Taylor Swiftand several Swift family members.

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Source: www.yahoo.com

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