In a Wednesday night interview with Conan O'Brien, Jodie Foster, The "Silence of the Lambs" and "Contact" star revealed herself as a Packers fan when she told O'Brien she once got a "G" painted on her face at a child's birthday party.
In an interview with People.com, Justin Timberlake said he is cheering for the Packers to win Super Bowl XLV, and not only because he knows and admires quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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Harry Styles from the band "One Direction" often posts about his Packers pride on social media.
Various reports cited actor Ryan Reynolds of being a huge fan of the green and gold. Reynolds also said that he had a "man crush" on former Packers quarterback Brett Favre.
Lil Wayne is a reported big fan of the Packers, according to Billboard. In 2011, Lil Wayne remixed his hit song 'Black and Yellow' to 'Green and Yellow' for the Packers' Superbowl game.
In a January 2010 interview on Fox News, Larry the Cable Guy confessed that he's Packers fan.
Only thing better than watching football is watching football with a pony pic.twitter.com/v96PrCnZ1v— Larry The Cable Guy (@GitRDoneLarry) September 21, 2015
Olivia Munn is dating quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
David Ortiz became a Packers' fan when he married his wife Tiffiany, who is from Kaukauna, Wisconsin, according to MLB.com.
In an interview with Southern Living, sports reporter Erin Andrews said her dad was a "huge Green Bay Packers fan" and watched them from an early age.
Tony Shaloub, actor from the TV show "Monk" grew up in Green Bay.
News anchor Greta Van Susteren was born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin.