Originally Posted by FreeTedWilliams
Of course Bridget is a Pats fan, all baby-mommas are fans of the company that supplies the child support checks!
Tony Larussa also a Pats fan
Donnie Wahlberg said the entire cast of Blue Bloods except him was rooting for The Giants in this past Superbowl to Linda Holliday (BB's fiancee') on Twitter.
I don't think anyone can call themselves a fan of a team, and root for their team's opponent to win the Superbowl/NBA Finals/Stanley Cup/World Series.
What are Jack's initials again? My thoughts exactly.
I think there are true fans and bandwagon fans looking for a photo op/mention in US Weekly.
I would put Matt Damon/Maria Menonous/Mark Wahlberg/John Cena in the true fan category. Matt records any games he misses. John loves all Boston teams, and has pics of attending games for all teams back before he made it. Maria and Mark are also sincere in their support of all Boston Teams. Mark told People Magazine a funny story about Kobe Bryant telling his daughter Ella she should be a Lakers fan, and Mark said she's a Boston fan. Then Ella said "But Daddy I was born in LA!" Mark said he and Kobe laughed.
I think Ben Affleck is sincere as well.
Bandwagon fans are celebs like Ciara. Ciara never popped up until the Superbowl media day name dropping Tom and Gisele, and mentioning them using the same personal trainer. She was praising them which is fine (It's nice to know accomplished people are nice), but I question her sincerity as a Patriots fan. Where was Ciara before? I keep up with her musical career, and I find it interesting she never attended a game or repped the Patriots before.
If I'm wrong about Ciara, then please excuse me. I'm trying to pick myself up from ground over my shock of the audition video. I'm heading back into hibernation until the season starts.