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Celebrity Kings Fans

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The Kings call Los Angeles home, so you would expect to see stars amongst the team's fans. Celebrity Kings fans can often be found in the stands at the Staples Center, cheering on the superstar team as they strive towards another Stanley Cup. Even alongside the famous Kings, LA fans are frequently pretty recognizable themselves. You know these individuals for their contributions to music, movies, and comedy.

When ranking famous Kings fans, Taylor Swift has to top the list. The “Shake It Off” singer has often been spotted among the celebrities at Kings games, sometimes alongside her friend and fellow singer Demi Lovato. Swift also has a banner commemorating her string of sold-out shows hanging in the Staples Center – although some fans thought that the sign was bad luck for the Kings.

On the acting side, Tom Hanks is a die-hard among famous LA fans, and often cheers on the Kings when they skate at home in Los Angeles. In 2012, he and his wife Rita Wilson even shared a smooch on the Kiss Cam. Magic Mike star Channing Tatum and comedian Will Ferrell are also celebrity LA Kings fans.

Scroll through this list of celebrity Kings fans to discover some more supporters who may surprise you.
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