The Cincinnati Bengals head to the Super Bowl on Sunday Feb. 13 to take on the Los Angeles Rams, which will be their first postseason run since 1988. And these famous personalities will be rooting for the Bengals come Super Bowl Sunday.
The star of "The Hunger Games," "Cheers" and "True Detective" (among others) wears his Bengals heart on his sleeve. According to the team website, he even thinks that he's cursed them since they haven't been performing that well — until now.
As a Cincinnati native, Owen took his comedy show to The Bengals' training camp in 2014.
The funk star hails from Cincinnati, and encourages everyone to "Fear da Tiger."
The former 98 Degrees frontman is not only a Bengals fan, but a devoted one at that. According to USA Today's BengalsWire, Lachey once got kicked out of an NFL game for defending the Bengals.
The model and actress grew up in Sharonville, Ohio, where she attended Princeton High School in 1990.
Sports personality Herbstreit is open about his fandom on Twitter. He is very excited for the Bengals to go to their first Super Bowl in 30 years.
Sports journalist Dan Patrick has a foundational fandom of the Bengals.
Looks like Haymitch and Peeta stick together, even offscreen. Josh Hutcherson starred alongside Woody Harrelson in "The Hunger Games" films. When caught on camera once, Hutcherson responded "Who Dey?" The rest is history.
Springer, a famous television personality from Youngstown, Ohio, rooted heartily for The Bengals, attending the 1989 Super Bowl.
Baseball player Kevin Youkilis doesn't just stay in the diamond. When he does change sports and throw the pigskin instead of the horsehide, he roots for the Bengals.
Fox News personality and anchor Bill Hemmer has been a lifelong Bengals fan since growing up in Ohio.
Honorable Mention: Denzel Washington
Washington might not be a super fan, but he did reach out to a previous Bengals WR Chad Johnson to give him a pep talk once.