Everyone getting ready for today's huge AFC Divisional Round playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. It's the playoff rematch of last year's AFC Championship game, which the Chiefs won. Kickoff is at 6:30 pm.
One of the coolest parts of being a Bills fan is knowing the family that comes along with it. Being at Highmark Stadium with 70,000 other Bills fans; even being in a town like Nashville, and seeing thousands of fellow Bills fans in opposing territory, makes it special.
What's also special is when famous people are Bills fans. Some of them you may not have even known were part of Bills Mafia.
We know about Chris Berman, Christopher McDonald, Wolf Blitzer, Summer Sanders, Chad Michael Murray, and William Fichtner. There's now another famous celebrity who is a Bills fan, and this one is very cool.
Auli'i Cravalho is best known for her starring role in the hit Disney animated movie, Moana. It was also her acting debut.
Cravalho has also starred in NBC's Rise and Netflix's All Together Now. Her signature role is without a doubt Moana, however, and many fans refer to her as Moana because of the breakthrough role.
Cravalho revealed on Twitter a while back, of her love for the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday afternoon.
That is so cool. This shows that Bills fans are truly everywhere, and the fact that a star actress who was the voice of one of the most iconic animated movies of the last 20 years is a Bills Mafia member is unbelievably awesome.
Perhaps she makes it to a Bills game this season? Let's make it happen, Bills! Moana at the next Bills home game.
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