Born in San Diego, reality television star Kendra Wilkinson is a huge Chargers fan. You can find numerous pictures of her wearing Chargers gear.
She can also be seen in this Facebook video encouraging Chargers fans to go out and vote on Measure C to get the team a new stadium in San Diego.
Obviously, that didn’t happen and it was a sad day for Kendra. But she also remarked that she would stay a fan. Good for her.
Wilkinson has clearly kept close tabs on the NFL as she married former Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Hank Baskett.
Though she’s definitely not the most famous celebrity on this list, she might be the team’s biggest celebrity fan.
When the Chargers moved to L.A., it was tough to find too many people who were happy about it. Mario Lopez seemed to be pretty energized.
— Mario Lopez (@MarioLopezExtra) January 12, 2017
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Lopez is most famous for his time as A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell, but he’s also been a television host for several shows. He used that time to explain why he’s a Chargers fan, mentioning many of the team’s all-time greats.
With the team now in Los Angeles, Lopez still follows and supports the team, as you can see in this Facebook video.
So while guys like Cannon moved on to a new team when the Chargers moved, dedicated fans such as Wilkinson and Lopez stayed on the train. Is that true for the majority of the true fanbase?
Sure, some fans moved on or lost interest in the league altogether. But others still support the team and wait for the day that the team finally hoists the Lombardi Trophy.
There’s bound to be more big-name Chargers fans out there. Feel free to mention any others in the comment section below.