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A psychic in New York City gave KIRO Radio's Dori Monson a prediction on the outcome of the Super Bowl this Sunday. (AP Photo/Cheryl Gerber)

Psychic prediction on Seahawks-Broncos Super Bowl

Taken from Monday's edition of The Dori Monson Show.

We're broadcasting from radio row in New York City all week leading up to the Super Bowl.

This morning, I went into Times Square and spotted a combination massage parlor and psychic joint.

So I went up there, and I felt kind of dirty just walking in the place, I have to admit.

But I decided we should get a Super Bowl prediction from the psychic. So I went into her office and talked to Celine, and here's what she told me:

"I might disappoint you," she said. "I picked Denver."

I asked why.

"I just believe that quarterback is just a Super Bowl quarterback," said Celine.

I told her that was more football analysis. I was looking for a reading from the stars or cards.

"We've already done that," said Celine. "We've been doing that for the last week or so. And we do - all of us do pick Denver."

I asked who was included in "all of us."

"People that I have here, friends and my other psychics," said Celine. "We've been getting into it and doing the tarot cards about them. We all pick Denver."

So apparently Celine's tarot community is all for Denver. But she did predict also I was going to stop on the way out and get a massage, and she was wrong about that, so I don't know.

Taken from Monday's edition of The Dori Monson Show.

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