Megastars of March Madness: All the Famous Fans of the 2019 NCAA Tournament's Final Four Teams
Michigan State: Magic Johnson
The most famous of Michigan State's fans is no doubt one of the greatest athletes to ever play for the team: Magic Johnson.
Johnson once played point guard for the Spartans, and won a title for the team nearly 40 years ago. He frequently attends Spartan games, and was recently at the university's matchup against Duke, which they won in stunning fashion to move on to the Final Four.
Michigan State: Kid Rock
Michigan native Kid Rock — while not one of the university's alumni — has been spotted at Spartans games over the years and has supported many of the school's sports teams.
Auburn University: Octavia Spencer
Auburn University: Zac Efron
While the Baywatch actor didn't go to the university, Zac Efron has been spotted in Auburn University gear.
Auburn University: Molly Sims
Actor and model Molly Sims is a diehard Auburn fan, and regularly attends its football games.
Auburn University: Leonardo DiCaprio
While Leonardo DiCaprio didn't attend college, the Revenant actor makes up for it by wearing countless hats from universities around the country. While there's no telling which school he may actually be a fan of, he has been pictured in an Auburn hat.
Auburn University: Tim Cook
Apple CEO Tim Cook is an Auburn University alumni and native of Alabama, and visits the campus regularly.
Texas Tech: Pat Green
Country singer Pat Green, from San Antonio, is a noted Texas Tech fan, and started his musical career as a student there.
Texas Tech: Wes Welker
Former NFL wide receiver Wes Welker (who played on the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, and Los Angeles Rams) got his start at Texas Tech.
University of Virginia: Tina Fey
Bossypants author Tina Fey is a University of Virginia alumni, and most recently sported the school's gear while guest starring on an SNL Weekend Update segment.
University of Virginia: Katie Couric
Journalist Katie Couric is one of the school's most famous alumni.
University of Virginia: John Grisham
While the famous novelist did not go to the University of Virginia, his son, Tyler, played baseball for the team. He is a big supporter of the school's athletics, has been seen sitting courtside at basketball games, and contributed $1.2 million to their baseball team in 2010.