One of Usher's confessions is that he's a huge Falcons fan. The multi-talented entertainer resides in Atlanta and has been spotted at multiple games.
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When he's not managing S.H.I.E.L.D. or fighting snakes on a plane, Samuel L. Jackson likes to unwind by taking in a Falcons game.
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The Falcons have some friends in high places. Jimmy Carter — the 39th President of the United States — is a Georgia native and massive Atlanta sports fan.
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Jeff Foxworthy knows two things: red necks and Atlanta sports. Foxworthy is a proud Atlanta native who attended college at Georgia Tech.
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Big Boi rose to stardom through the Atlanta music scene, and the Outkast rapper has been a diehard Falcons fan all along the way.
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Ludacris is known for his "Southern Hospitality," and being a proud Falcons fan. He has performed at halftime in the Georgia Dome.
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Evander Holyfield is the real deal when it comes to being a Falcons fan. The former heavy weight champion even participated in Atlanta's "Rise Up" campaign.
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Craig Sager's Falcons fandom is almost louder than his suits. The TNT and TBS sideline reporter is known for basketball, but his pigskin loyalties are with the Dirty Birds.
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Two of pop culture's most recognizable faces — Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez — have been spotted together taking in a Falcons game. The Biebs may be from Canada, but it appears as though Usher's Atlanta ties have rubbed off on him.
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Ty Pennington is known for hosting "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," but the Atlanta native is also a fixture in the Falcons community. He even participated in a celebrity mock draft for the team last year.
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Michael Kelly was born in Eagles territory, but the "House of Cards" star was raised in Lawrenceville, Georgia where he learned to cheer for the right kind of birds.
The "Rubberband Man" himself hails from Atlanta, Georgia. T.I.'s song, "Go Get It," was also featured as montage music in HBO's "Hard Knocks."
The Atlanta-based Zac Brown Band was tabbed to perform during the 2011 NFC Divisional playoff game between Atlanta and Green Bay — an honor coveted by many celebrity and non-celebrity Falcons fans.
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When he isn't cracking up audiences on Saturday Night Live, Kenan Thompson gets his entertainment from watching Falcons games. The former Nickelodeon star loves his team more than Good Burger itself.
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Cam Newton is on record for saying that he'll always be a Falcons fan (except when he plays them). The Panthers quarterback was born in Atlanta, and raised to root for the birds — a fact that adds another dimension to the I-85 rivalry.