GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Do you consider yourself Aaron Rodgers' biggest fan? Well, you could have a chance to prove it on national television.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback will appear on ABC’s “Big Fan,” a new game show hosted by Andy Richter. According to the show’s producers, each episode of the half-hour, studio-based show will feature one celebrity with three of his or her biggest fans battling to prove who the ultimate superfan is. The three contestants will go head-to-head to see who knows the most about each episode’s featured celebrity.
Fans must be at least 18 years old and legal residents of the U.S. To apply to be a contestant before Wednesday’s deadline, click here.
Other celebs scheduled to be on the show include actor Matthew McConaughey, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, actress Kristen Bell and musician Kid Rock.
Rodgers will be playing on behalf of his favorite charity, Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer. Since beginning his affiliation with the MACC Fund in 2010, Rodgers has helped raise more than $2.5 million to support its mission of funding research for and fighting childhood cancer and blood disorders.
Last year, Rodgers won $50,000 for the MACC Fund with his victory on “Celebrity Jeopardy!” over entrepreneur Kevin O’Leary and retired astronaut Mark Kelly.