Is there something in the water, or is it simply Ciara?
The Seattle Seahawks crushed the Chicago Bears Sunday, winning their football game 26-0. Ciara, who dates the Seahawks' quarterback Russell Wilson, was on hand to support her NFL-star boyfriend, decked out in Seahawks paraphernalia and Wilson's jersey, of course.
There's no secret that there's definitely a celebrity curse when it comes to sports stars and their relationships. People were quick to blame Jessica Simpson for Tony Romo's bad playing, and Drake saw what happened when the Internet destroyed him shortly after Serena Williams lost at the U.S. Open. Fortunately for the "I Bet" singer, her presence did some good for the Seahawks!
The musician posted several pictures from her time in one of the stadium's boxes, where she posed with some of her best girlfriends. She also posted a selfie with an adorable teddy bear that was clad in Seahawks gear.
"Go Mr #3. Go @Seahawks! Way 2 Win! #GoHawks," she captioned her snuggly selfie.
All of her gal-pals were in the football spirit, as they decked themselves out in a variety of swag, from sweatshirts and hats to jerseys and zip-ups. "Good Times With Some Of The Best Girls I Know #Family #GoHawks," Ciara captioned a group shot.
But with "the curse of the babe" always looming on the horizon, E! News recently chatted with some of the NFL's top analysts to get their opinion on how likely it is that Ciara could fall into the curse of the celebrity WAGS category.
"You are not going to distract Russell Wilson. No way at all," LaVar Arrington told E! News at NFL Network's NFL Media event earlier this month.
"I think they are a cute couple; they look really great together," Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin said. "Russell is a great dude. I love Russell. Seattle is a bit different than Dallas. Tony's girl would show up at the game and if she showed up and they didn't win the game [fans] would blame her, the poor girl. She didn't catch one ball or throw one pass. But that's what they did. Seattle, maybe they don't see it that way, and Russell doesn't do a whole lot of losing. It's great for him."
We'll just have to wait and see if they make it to the Super Bowl for a third time!