In a dazzling display of star power, USC’s recent victory over Stanford attracted a star-studded crowd that left no doubt about the university’s magnetic allure. Current Trojan athletes basked in the glory of their 56-10 triumph, but it was the presence of Hollywood movie stars and professional athletes that truly illuminated the event.
USC’s very own Bronny James, a true freshman guard on the basketball team and the son of Lakers legend LeBron James, graced the Los Angeles Coliseum sidelines in the company of Miami Dolphins sensation Tyreek Hill and acclaimed actress Storm Reid. The trio blended seamlessly into the electric atmosphere of the game, drawing the spotlight like moths to a flame.
Notably, Bronny James, who boasts an impressive following, has carved his own niche among USC’s celebrity elite. With an Instagram following of 7.6 million fervent fans, he stands as one of the most prominent figures on campus, both on and off the court.
Bronny’s rendezvous with Tyreek Hill, who would later shine on the gridiron with a stunning performance, added another layer of excitement to the star-studded gathering. Hill’s aerial mastery, amassing over 200 yards in the Dolphins’ victorious clash against the Chargers at SoFi Stadium, only solidified the Los Angeles area’s reputation as a celebrity hub, where stars can be spotted anywhere, from movie theaters to football stadiums.
Accompanying Bronny James was the talented Storm Reid, celebrated for her roles in HBO’s hit series “Euphoria” and “The Last of Us.” Reid’s substantial social media following, currently exceeding three million devoted followers on Instagram, attests to her influence and appeal. Together, they formed a formidable trio of celebrities, proving that USC games are a magnet for the glitterati.
Yet, Bronny, Hill, and Reid are far from the sole luminaries gracing USC’s games. Hollywood heavyweights like Will Ferrell and the iconic Snoop Dogg are fervent Trojan fans, known for their unwavering attendance at games. Moreover, the Los Angeles area’s proximity to USC’s Coliseum has made it convenient for other local celebrities to join the fanfare.
In a storied tradition that spans decades, USC football games have consistently drawn celebrities into their fold. Bronny James, Tyreek Hill, and Storm Reid are but the latest additions to the illustrious hall of fame of celebrities who have been captivated by the Trojan spirit, ensuring that USC’s games remain a red-carpet affair for years to come.