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Some surprises in there !
The fans listed below range from the holiest of the holy to the prettiest of the pretty. From Lybian leaders to freedom fighters, iconic Scousers to Old Trafford favourites, this is the definitive list of celebrity LFC supporters...

1. Rosanna Davidson: Miss World 2003

Current Miss World Rosanna might not have picked up her beautiful looks from her father - million-selling Irish singer Chris De Burgh - but he did pass down his love of Liverpool Football Club to his beautiful daughter. She's as passionate about the team in Red as her dad which means she's not just a pretty face!

2. Pope John Paul II

There have been rumours about the Pope following the Reds for years but his Liverpool affiliation was affirmed this year after meeting his fellow countryman Jerzy Dudek. Sources inside The Vatican also revealed to liverpoolfc.tv that the Pope Liverpool very closely.

3. Nelson Mandela

The pioneering black rights campaigner was delighted to meet the Liverpool squad as they toured South Africa during his time as president in 1994. He was presented with a Reds shirt by skipper John Barnes who also conducted a landmark interview with the 20th century icon. Mandela told Barnes that he supported Liverpool Football Club during the interview.

4. Sven Goran Eriksson

After rumours in the press suggesting that the England coach had touted Steven Gerrard to Chelsea in the summer, manywill be surprised to hear that the saucy Swede was in fact a Liverpool fan before coming to England. Both he and Tord Grip gew up supporting the Reds.

5. Angelina Jolie

When the Hollywood beauty isn't raiding tombs, she's cheering the Mighty Reds on to victory. She revealed that her baby son, Maddox, "only wants to play for Liverpool" after he was admitted to Alder Hey Hospital in West Derby for treatment. The hospital is just minutes from Liverpool training complex.

6. Samuel L. Jackson

'Our man in Inglewood' SLJ fell in love with the club after attending a Merseyside derby while shooting the movie 'The 51st State' in Liverpool. From an executive box, the 'Pulp Fiction' star was seen waving his arms and singing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' during the game. Jackson also had a few bad words to say about the people of Manchester which one him even more respect from the Liverpool fans.

7. Kirsty Gallacher

The gorgeous brunette daughter of golfer Bernard has always been vocal in her love for the Reds. Why else do you think we watch 'Kirsty's Home Videos'?

8. Rio Ferdinand

The Manchester United might have forgotten to take his drug test but his memory isn't all bad - he can remember he grew up as a Liverpool fan idolising the great John Barnes.

9. Dr Dre

The Westside hip-hop producer - responsible for bringing Eminem to the masses - took time out from an NWA concert in Brixton to state: "They're the team I always look out for when I'm at home. Back in 1988 I was in London on a promotional tour with NWA, and one night we were watchinbg TV and these cool cats in red came on the box. They whupped some poor dudes four orfive zip." Dre claimed John Barnes was his favourite Liverpool player but refered to Patrik Berger as "the bomb"!

10. Joanna Taylor

Danny Murphy's fiancee rose to fame as an actress in 'Hollyoaks' and now stars in 'Merseybeat'.

Ole Gunnar Solksjaer
Manchester United footballer

Maddox Jolie
Angelina Jolie's baby son

Cherie Blair
Prime Minister's wife & QC

Peter Johnson
Former Everton Chairman

Darren Clarke
Professional golfer

Michael Howard
New Conservative Party leader

Graeme Smith
South African cricket captain

Craig Charles
Comedian and Red Dwarf star

Jodie Kidd

Ian McCulloch
Echo & the Bunnymen lead singer

Kelly Dalglish
Sky Sports News presenter

Saadi Gaddafi
Lybian leader Colonel Gaddafi's son

Laura Davies
Professional golfer

Mike Myers
Hollywood actor and star of 'Austin Powers'

So Solid Crew member

Mark Morris
Lead singer of Britpop band The Bluetones

Gerry Marsden
Gerry & The Pacemakers frontman (YNWA creator)

Ricky Tomlinson
Comedian and actor, famous for 'The Royle Family'

DJ Spoony
Radio 1 DJ and member of the Dreem Team

Chris De Burgh
Pop star famous for the song 'The Lady in Red'

Tommy Scott
The singer from local Britpop group Space

Stan Boardman

John Conteh
Former boxing champion

Paul Hodgkinson
Professional boxer

Alan Parry
Sky Sports commentator

Alan Greene
Radio 5 live commentator

Stevie Faye

Johnny Vegas

Courtney Love
Singer from the group Hole and widow of Kurt Cobain

Halle Berry
Oscar-winning actress

Kim Cattrall
'Sex and the City' actress

Barry Gowan
English tennis ace

Billy-Bob Thornton
Actor once married to Angelina Jolie

Gordon Burns
North West Tonight presenter

Jari Litmanen
Professional footballer at Ajax

Kevin Nolan
Professional footballer at Bolton Wanderers

Jermaine Pennant
Professional footballer at Arsenal on-loan at Leeds

Guitarist from Fankie Goes To Hollywood

Jimmy McGovern
TV script writer

Jimmy Tarbuck

MC Squami
So Solid Crew member

So Solid Crew founder

DJ Dan Da Man
So Solid Crew DJ

James Walsh
Starsailor singer

Ewan Blair
Prime Minister's son

Tony Booth
Actor and father of Cherie Blair

Andy Holligan
Professional boxer

Nicky Barmby
Professional footballer at Leeds United

Berti Vogts
Scotland manager

Tord Grip
England assistant coach

Neil Finn
Crowded House singer

Elvis Costello
Pop Star

Ian McNabb
Pop Star

Sean Moore
Manic Street Preachers drummer

Hannah Spearit
Former member of S Club7

Cilla Black
One-time pop star & TV presenter

John O'Shea
Manchester United footballer

Michael Schumacher
The best racing driver in the world

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Add Keiron Dyer to that list.I read that he supported Liverpool as a boy.

Also Gary Beadle from Eastenders who plays Paul Trueman supports Liverpool too,i found that out when he appeared on Soccer AM wearing the reds home shirt.

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arfy05 said:
Brad Pitt once said he was a Liverpool fan.
Too bad he's a cheating scumbag. BTW is it me or there are really many Man U footballers on this list? :)

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Jern Lizardhous said:
I bet you are proud to have Sven as a fan. :lala:

that's almost as shameful as us having Bin Laden.
I'd rather have sven be a Liverpool fan over Thakshin Sinawatra :D

Mind you sven has no loyalty so i bet when he visits some other club he'll say he supported them :pp

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Clive Owen - read somewhere (442 mag i think) that he still manages to see some of the games live.
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