Rodgers: Munn 'very superstitious' on game days
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers revealed another song on his go-to karaoke list and talked about how superstitious Olivia Munn is on game days during an appearance on ESPN Radio”s "The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz.”
“Very superstitious,” he said of his actress girlfriend when it comes to Packers game. “So she will watch the game sometimes, she’ll listen to in the closet, and then she’ll go back and watch the game, so she’s very superstitious. It’s pretty cute from what I hear.
“Then at home during the box (at Lambeau Field), she likes to make sure that the people are in the right seats, in the right spot,” he said. “If things aren’t going good, they do a little musical chairs and stuff, so she’s always thinking about the energy flow and very superstitious.”
Asked, true or false, if Munn finds him “extra sexy” after a big game, Rodgers responded, “True.”
Rodgers confessed in an interview last month that Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” was a favorite song when he did karaoke as a rookie and backup in Green Bay and added on Wednesday’s "Dan Le Batard Show" that “Just Breathe” by Pearl Jam is also on his list. Rodgers said he met lead singer Eddie Vedder before a Pearl Jam concert in Milwaukee.
“Definitely a highlight of my life,” he said. “... He was so gracious and classy and it was really fun to meet him.”
The hosts asked Rodgers how many of the memes and other internet things — including that sketch of him as a man wanted in connection with the murder of 53 Cowboys in Arlington, Texas — he sees after a game. Rodgers said he catches some of it, but after Sunday's playoff win against the Dallas Cowboys, he was busy replying to the many texts he received. He declined to say who had all texted him.
“I don’t want to name names here,” he said. “Just a lot of my friends from kind of all over the country.”
During his 18-minute segment on the show, Rodgers also talked about his incredible throw to Jared Cook to help win against the Cowboys, if he wishes Lambeau had a roof on it ("I can't possibly say yes to that question") and why you won't often find him commenting publicly on political and social issues.
You can listen to his full interview on "The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz" here.
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