Part 2: More celebrities react to Minnesota's freezing temps

From Gisele Bundchen to Chad Ochocinco and Jimmy Fallon, these stars are freezing their butts off.
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Here we go again. Celebrities are still finding it difficult to deal with the freezing temperatures in Minnesota this Super Bowl Sunday. 

This is our second collection of celebrity reactions. You can check out version one right here

Now, onto the fun, starting with Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin, who wasn't having any of it. 

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