Paul Rudd, Hulk Hogan and More: Here Are All the Celebrity Fans of the 2021 Super Bowl Teams

Chiefs: Paul Rudd

Paul Rudd has deep roots in Kansas City and has long supported the city’s sports teams. In fact, he was named a spirit leader for the Chiefs ahead of the 2020 AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium.

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Chiefs: John Amos

Actor John Amos once aspired to a career in football, and actually tried out for the Kansas City Chiefs twice, according to the Kansas City Star.

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Chiefs: Eric Stonestreet

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Like Rudd, Eric Stonestreet was also on hand to celebrate during the 2020 AFC Championship game at Arrowhead Stadium. He joined the team in the locker room after the game.

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Chiefs: Melissa Etheridge

Melissa Etheridge is a local, and has been a presence at many games — including in 2019 when she performed at the Chiefs’ AFC Championship game.

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Chiefs: Rob Riggle

Rob Riggle’s connection to the Chiefs goes back decades: he grew up in Kansas, eventually attending University of Kansas. He and some of the team’s other superstar fans (namely, Rudd) frequently appear in media for the team.

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Chiefs: Henry Cavill

Though actor Henry Cavill is a Brit, he’s become quite the Kansas City fan. He explained on radio program The Rich Eisen Show that he “realized I had to choose a team” as he began to spend more time in America. “I figured Superman’s from Kansas. I was playing Superman at the time. It just kind of made sense to me,” he explained, according to 247 Sports.

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Chiefs: Jason Sudeikis

Another Kansas native, Jason Suedikis has been a longtime fan of nearby Missouri’s pro sports team.

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Buccaneers: Nick Carter

The former Backstreet Boy spent part of his childhood growing up near Tampa, and is a superfan of the Buccaneers. “We did it,” he wrote on social media after the team secured a Super Bowl spot.

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Buccaneers: Dick Vitale

ESPN host Dick Vitale, who has a home in Florida, is a longtime fan of the Buccaneers, and has been celebrating ever since the team won the NFC Championship. “Trust me … the Bucs will win the Super Bowl,” he assured in a Twitter video.

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Buccaneers: Hulk Hogan

Hulk Hogan is such a big Buccaneers fan that he visited the team’s training camp back in 2018, meeting and posing for pictures with players.

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Buccaneers: Gisele Bündchen

The supermodel’s new Buccaneers fandom is obvious: she’s married to the quarterback! Tom Brady left the New England Patriots after two decades last year, joining the Buccaneers and moving Bündchen and their family to Tampa.

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