Celebrities need something to idolize, too, and since other celebrities are out of the question (that'd be just plain weird), oftentimes stars can be among the most raucous fans in the crowd at sporting events. Some of them (like Kim Kardashian here) are downright fanatics, throwing opening pitches at Dodgers games, and themselves at NFL running backs. Click through to see more of our favorite celebrity fanatics.
Champion dispenser of free love Nicollette Sheridan legitimizes her cougardom on Kids Get in Free night at Dodger Stadium.
Take that, Madoff! Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick prove that even after losing all your money, you can still be the cutest couple sitting on the floor at a Lakers game. Provided you're celebrities, that is.
Comedy vets and Lakers fans Rob Schneider and Adam Sandler discuss plans for "Scanner Guy," an updated film version of Schneider's most loved "SNL" character "The Richmeister," and share a laugh over how the '90s really were all that and a bag of chips.
Reese Witherspoon's authentic softball training for a new film includes the essential lying-comfortably-on-a-squishy-mat-while-minions-pitch-gently-into-your-mitt practice.
Cameron Diaz and fellow basketball enthusiast Steven Spielberg demonstrate how nothing says "diehard Lakers fan" like stacked heels and a game-long script development meeting.
Throwing out the first pitch at a Flo Rida (sic) Marlins game, the rapper does his part to ensure baseball remains as American as apple bottom jeans.
Former Slater and current go-to Miss America pageant host Mario Lopez ups his dude points by taking some lucky lady to a basketball game.
Breckin Meyer throws out the ceremonial first pitch at a Dodgers game. Women in their mid- to late 20s rejoice. Actual Dodgers fans of all ages collectively wonder, "Who is that dude and why is he wearing a giant shirt?"
Jeremy Piven and Richie Sambora chat before the start of a Lakers game. They're presumably complimenting each other on their fake hair.
Quintessential workaholic Diddy demonstrates his perfected multitasking abilities at a Lakers game, simultaneously making bands, Tweeting "Let's Go!" and pretending he controls the weather via his iPhone.