FINALS WATCH: Celebs in the house Print
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Monday, 08 April 2013 17:54
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 ATLANTA (AP) - There were plenty of celebrities on hand for Monday night's championship game.
Funny man Steve Carell was in the stands at the Georgia Dome for the game between Michigan and Louisville. So was actress and model Kate Upton, a known Michigan die-hard - she was born in St. Joseph, Mich., about 2 hours from the Wolverines' campus in Ann Arbor.
Kansas fans Jason Sudeikis and Paul Rudd also were in the crowd, even though their beloved Jayhawks were eliminated by Michigan earlier in the tournament. Sudeikis was undeterred, though: He was wearing a blue KU sweatshirt and a KC hat.
Perhaps they'll be rooting for Louisville?
- Dave Skretta - http://twitter.com/APdaveskretta
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