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The Most Surprising Celeb Sports Fans

Chris Christie
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The most surprising part of this weekend's Cowboys/Lions Wildcard game wasn't Dallas' comeback victory. It was Jerry Jones being hugged by... N.J. Governor Chris Christie? Yep. Christie is a 'Boys fan and Jones has been giving him Cowboys tickets for games all season long. It's proof that team allegiance can defy all explanation – just like these five other celeb fans.

Taylor Swift / Nashville Predators

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Taylor Swift / Nashville Predators

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Pennsylvania native Taylor Swift may be the biggest pop star in the world these days and her move to New York and Knicks fandom is highly publicized, but when she scores NHL tickets, it's Nashville Predators tickets, which makes sense considering how much time she spent in Nashville as a rising country artist.

Charlie Sheen / Cincinnati Reds

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Charlie Sheen / Cincinnati Reds

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Sheen may have grown up in LA, but his father was raised in Dayton. In fact, he's such a big fan that he has a Reds tattoo on his forearm. Back in the early '90s when the Reds won their most recent title, Sheen threw parties for the team that he still recalls as the most epic of his life. You better believe he snaps up Reds tickets whenever he can.

Barack Obama / West Ham United

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Barack Obama / West Ham United

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True sports fans know that Obama reps the Chicago Bulls hard, but on the pitch, the Commander-in-Chief throws his support across the pond. As legend has it, Obama caught a West Ham game during a 2003 trip to London and decided they were his team going forward. He's not the only celeb supporter, though. They also count Matt Damon, Katy Perry, and Dave Grohl as big-time fans.

Ashton Kutcher / Chicago Bears

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Ashton Kutcher / Chicago Bears

Ashton Kutcher
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Kutcher may be best known for his work in Hollywood, but he grew up in Iowa and that means he worships Ditka with the rest of the Midwest. Sure, he could have chosen the Packers after his starring role as Wisconsin teenager Michael Kelso in That '70s Show, but Ashton's loyal to the Monsters of the Midway, with or without Jay Cutler.

Barbara Walters / San Antonio Spurs

Barbara Walters
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Barbara Walters / San Antonio Spurs

Barbara Walters
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She's not all that public about her feelings on the Spurs, but one magical day on The View in 2013, Barbara Walters gave Gregg Popovich's team her full support in the only way a true fan can: by wearing ridiculous sunglasses emblazoned with the team's name. The moment may have passed, but at least we still have this glorious photo.

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