By Luis Tirado Jr. @LTJ81 on March 27, 2014
All across the country, people fill out NCAA Tournament brackets to see if they can predict a perfect bracket. Most don't, but it doesn't stop the biggest celebrities from making their picks to see if they can predict a perfect bracket too.
Take a look at the 10 best celebrity NCAA Tournament brackets of all time!
LL Cool J continues to make a name for himself, not just in the CBS hit show "NCIS: Los Angeles," but for his yearly college basketball brackets. He came close to making a perfect bracket a few years ago, and to this day, enjoys filling them out to see if he can beat out other celebrities on CBS Sports.
Robin will always try to outdo Batman -- well, maybe not in that instance -- but when it comes to college basketball brackets, Chris O'Donnell always gets very close every year. This time around, he predicts Arizona taking it all!
For more than 30 years, Dick Vitale has been the voice of college basketball. Of course he will have some interesting brackets depending on who he thinks will take it all. Vitale might not predict the championship team, but he has a knack for getting the Final Four teams spot on.
The host of the popular show "The Voice," Carson Daly always makes the safest picks possible when it comes to his brackets that he's been filling out for years. This year, he predicted everyone's favorite in Florida taking it all. He is usually right, even though he goes the safe route.
Miss USA Erin Brady sure is beautiful, and she knows how to fill out college basketball brackets with grace and determination. A huge college basketball fan, she goes with the crowd, in that she puts the team who is always favored to win.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is amazing on the football field, and is extremely knowledgeable when predicting college brackets. Fitzgerald only really fills out his brackets for his family and friends, but leaked brackets have shown he's predicted many brackets flawlessly.
Conan O'Brien knows how to predict great brackets that get national fame due to his enormously successful late-night TV show. For years, he's made some pretty bold predictions, and continues to get the majority of them close to perfect.
While rapper Snoop Dogg is known for making brackets that are usually wrong, he has a knack at picking underdogs to advance when professional analysts pick otherwise. Due to his fame, his brackets tend to go viral, since he knows which will go on to become Cinderella teams.
Charlie Sheen knows all about controversy, and when he fills out his college basketball brackets, he makes pretty outrageous picks. He even predicted the championship game to end in a tie, which makes most people chuckle. It gives a whole new meaning to his "Team Winning" bracket headline.
Ever since President Barack Obama was elected into office, he turned making college basketball brackets into a political affair. A huge college basketball fan, he continues to put his bracket on a worldwide scale, and for the most part, gets his predictions right. Obama predicts Michigan State to win it all this year. Will his pick, that has Florida taking it all, stun the college basketball world?
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