Kevin Hart is officially a die-hard Eagles fan and proud representative of the city of Philadelphia. The comedian, who went crazy with excitement on social media when his team made the cut for the Super Bowl LII, phoned into On Air With Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday, January 31, and hysterically recalled a vivid dream he had of the Eagles beating the New England Patriots.
The Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle actor predicts that the Eagles will win 86-6 and is standing by his forecast. (Yes, 86-6 😂)
“I had a dream. My dreams always come true,” Kevin recalled to Ryan. “In my dream — let me tell you exactly what happened — an eagle landed on my chest, it said ‘Ooh-AAH!’ ‘Ooh-AAH!’ and I said ’Is he attacking me?’ and no he was trying to wake me up … I follow the eagle and in my dream, it took me to the stadium and I saw the final score … and the final score said 86-6. That was my dream, man! 86-6. Go Eagles, ‘Ooh-AAH!’”
Kevin will be front and center at the big game on Sunday and shared he plans on wearing head-to-toe Eagles gear.
“That’s how I feel. I’m going down there and I’m wearing all Eagles paraphernalia for the entire weekend,” Kevin said. “I don’t care. Don’t nobody ask me why. From my drawers to my socks — Eagles all over my body. I’m excited, Ryan, this is real! This is big! ‘Ooo-AAH!’”
In all seriousness, Kevin does have some business to attend to after he cheers his team on during the big game. He just announced an 100-date tour that he’s embarking on this spring, The Irresponsible Tour.
“I don’t know how to do anything small, it’s either go big or go home,” Kevin said of the upcoming gig. “It’s a large tour. I’m always trying to compete with myself and outdo what I did before. My ‘What Now?’ tour did epic numbers so on this one I’m trying to surpass what I already did.”
Listen back to the hilarious interview above and click here for Kevin's tour dates and ticket info.
The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles kick off the big game at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII on Sunday, February 4, at 3:30 p.m. PT.