Lopez isn’t just a fan of the team from Miami — when her then-husband Marc Anthony became a part-owner of the team in 2009, so did she. Anthony joked that the hardest part of becoming a part-owner was getting the approval of Lopez’s father, an ardent Jets fan.
When the pair got divorced only a few years after the purchase of the team, in 2011, and Anthony kept the shares, Lopez still seems to have some sort of fandom for the Dolphins, though she seems busier keeping her career going strong, and managing whether or not she’s married, engaged, dating, or single and loving it.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Snoop Dogg
Snoop is the kind of guy that knows what he likes. Even though he grew up in Long Beach, California, he's been a big fan of the Steelers ever since he was a kid in the seventies. Some have thrown the bandwagon fan accusation at him, but he knows his stuff.
He isn't afraid to celebrate the team's successes and equally unabashed in his comments when something goes poorly — he's called out coaches and players in his Instagram videos. He says that it was the Mean Joe Green Coca-Cola commercial that turned him on to the franchise, and he greatly enjoyed watching the vaunted defense push opponents around on the field.
New York Jets: George R. R. Martin
“Song of Ice and Fire” author Martin is a big fan of football. His main team is the New York Jets, but he also roots for the Giants, from the same city (sort of, since the Jets actually play in New Jersey). He frequently writes about them on his blog. At least he's getting something written these days.
He also visited the Jets during their 2018 training camp. He's even worked some of his teams into his books, including when a knight with a blue star emblem (representing the Cowboys) is stomped flat by...a Giant. Good old-fashioned fan sniping.
Los Angeles Chargers: Phil Mickelson
Since they've moved, a good amount of the star power that had tied themselves to the team fell away, whether it was because they were just hanging on to the bandwagon or because they were actually upset at the move. However, this PGA name remains a big fan despite the team packing up and relocating.
Mickelson, nicknamed Lefty, has won forty-four events on the PGA tour, including five major championships. He's a friend of Chargers owner Dean Spanos, and though he didn't endear himself to the San Diego fans, he still makes it down to the field during halftime every once in a while.
Green Bay Packers: Lil' Wayne
The Packers actually have quite a number of celeb fans, including Justin Timberlake and Harry Styles, but one of the biggest is rapper Lil' Wayne. Let's put it this way — have you put out a bangin' hype song about your favorite team? Even those who don't like hip-hop or rap that much can't help but groove to “Green and Yellow,” which came out early in 2021.
Weezy grew up in the New Orleans area, but when he watched the Packers beat the Pats in Super Bowl XXXI, he was a fan for life. When he was a kid, if he saw something with the Packers on it, he had to have it.