Who are some of the Philadelphia Eagles’ most famous fans?
The Philadelphia Eagles are aiming to win their second Super Bowl championship, and they will have some famous faces cheering them on during the big game.
The Philadelphia Eagles will fight to win their second Super Bowl championship when they come up against the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 12, and they will likely have a host of celebrity supporters in the stands.
Here are some of the stars from both Hollywood and the sports world, who have supported the team for many years.
One famous fan who will surely be there is comedian Kevin Hart, who has been outspoken in his love for the Eagles. He even tried to sneak onto the stage when the trophy was being presented to his team when they won Super Bowl LII, though security thwarted his efforts.
Comedian Tina Fey is a native of Philadelphia, and one of her most famous characters, Liz Lemon on the show 30 Rock, was written to be an Eagles fan. She also appeared in a skit on Saturday Night Live prior to Super Bowl LII, where she represented Philadelphia.
Mike Trout has long been a fan of the Philadelphia team, and is an Eagles season ticket holder. The Los Angeles Angels center fielder has seats in the front row of the Lincoln Financial Field, where tight end Zach Ertz once gave him the ball after he scored a touchdown.
Another star athlete who cheered for the Eagles was the late great Kobe Bryant. In this video, you can see how the NBA legend was ecstatic while watching the team win their first-ever NFL Championship.
His iconic movie Rocky was set in Philadelphia, and this may have something to do with Sylvester Stallone’s football loyalties. He visited the offices of the team when he was filming in the area in 2018, and touched their first and only Lombardi trophy.
Award-winning actor Bradley Cooper played a rabid Philly fan in Silver Linings Playbook, and he is one in real life. He is a long-time supporter of the team, and has even appeared in their pre-game videos.
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