Which celebrities are cheering on the Bolts in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final?
Some are at the arena. Others watch from their sofa.
Either way, it’s “Go Bolts!”
Here’s a look at the celebrities, athletes and public figures cheering on the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Rapper Yung Gravy flew to Tampa for tonight’s game, and Lightning Twitter was thrilled to have his 2020 lucky charm in the city.
Singer / songwriter / songwriter Vo Williams is also supporting the Bolts tonight. Williams wrote “Ready Set,” the song the Lightning played during the pre-game of all playoffs.
Tampa Mayor Jane Castor is in attendance this evening.
And ESPN analyst Dick Vitale is always good for a lightning cheer.
WWE star and Tampa Bay resident Titus O’Neil is also in the building alongside ESPN reporter Holly Rowe and country music group LOCASH.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end OJ Howard and defensive tackle Vita Vea are both inside Amalie. Howard posted a video on his Instagram Story.
Vea gave Lightning fans an extra boost when he shot a beer during a third period commercial.
Well-known player Tfue also shared a video to his Instagram story from inside the arena.
Tampa Bay fan and Emmy nominee Patrick Wilson posted his support via Twitter.