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15 Things You Need To Know About Aaron Rodgers And Olivia Munn’s Relationship

15 Things You Need To Know About Aaron Rodgers And Olivia Munn’s Relationship

15 Things You Need To Know About Aaron Rodgers And Olivia Munn’s Relationship


Aaron Rodgers has been giving Tom Brady a run for his money ever since 2008, when he became the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. Though Brady may beat Rodgers in Superbowl titles and passer ratings, Rodgers crushes Brady when it comes to rushing the ball. He has rushed for a total of 1,604 more yards than Brady, and this season alone, he rushed for 305 more yards and four more touchdowns.

But, it’s not solely on the field that Rodgers is showing Brady up. In 2014, Rodgers’ relationship with actress Olivia Munn went public which meant he would soon be taking over red carpets as well. Brady’s other half Gisele may be a model but Munn is more than an actress. She’s educated, fluent in Japanese and a self-proclaimed nerd. After graduating from the University of Oklahoma, she took a position as a sideline reporter for college football and women’s basketball, but ultimately quit because she said she felt uncomfortable and was “trying to be something she wasn’t.” Maybe the sidelines weren’t her thing, but I’m sure she feels a little more comfortable up in the suites cheering on her boyfriend.

And look at them now. They are both having a great year. Munn starred in X-Men: Apocalypse and Office Christmas Party and Rodgers led the NFL in touchdown passes and is currently in the running for MVP. Move over Brady-Bundchen bunch and make room for Munn and Rodgers. Here are 15 things you need to know about Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn’s relationship.

  1. They have an Instagram account for their dogs

The couple has adopted two puppies, Chance and Frankie, since they started dating. Chance was adopted in late 2014 during the Fox Network’s Cause for Paws special and Frankie was adopted in the spring of 2016. You can find them both on Instagram, @chancerodgers12 and @frankierodgers12. Apparently, they’d like to use their Instagram fame for more important things like endorsement deals. Chance hopes to sell detox tea while Frankie is more into waist trainers. The two dogs were featured in People’s “Superstar Pets” column and Munn joked to the magazine saying, “I’m sure Kris Jenner is reading this right now and I encourage her to move fast if she wants to represent them.” The entire Munn-Rodgers clan lives by the motto, “adopt don’t shop,” and combined, the pooches have over 70,000 followers.

  1. Public appearances are kind of their thing

Rodgers has stated that when he started dating Munn, he knew what he was getting himself into and what came along with becoming one half of a high-profile celebrity couple. He also said being with her has allowed him to accept his celebrity status and become more comfortable with his fame, since before dating her, he was more private. You know he wasn’t lying because you can find the two of them everywhere and anywhere. From the Oscars to the Met Ball to Lambeau Field to the ESPYs, the two of them rarely miss an opportunity to dress up and strut their stuff down a red carpet or at the stadium. They’re not always attending a fancy event or football games though. They hit up basketball games, stroll around whichever city they’re visiting and go out to dinners, all with a paparazzi crew close behind.

  1. They are not afraid to Dubsmash

Come on, you know at some point, whether by yourself or with someone else, you made a Dubsmash video. If you don’t know what Dubsmash is, it’s an app that allows you to video yourself lipsyncing to whatever songs, movie clips or sayings you choose. Well, stars, they’re just like us! Though you can’t find Rodgers on Instagram, you can find Munn. She has shared many precious moments and red carpet appearances of the couple, and also, a Dubsmash video or two. Together, they acted out a scene from The Princess Bride and in another video, Munn lip sang to “Hero” by Mariah Carey while Rodgers interpretively danced in the background. At least they can have fun and not take themselves too seriously.

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