Lady Gaga, Rob Lowe, Seth MacFarlane and More Stars Attend the 2017 World Series

Ken Jeong, Mario Lopez and other celebrities are in attendance for Game 1

By Mike Vulpo Oct 25, 2017 2:56 AMTags

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The world of entertainment and sports is colliding at the 2017 World Series.

On Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros came face-to-face for the final round of the MLB playoffs.

Because Game 1 was held at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, several stars were able to make the trip and support their favorite team. Spoiler alert: Many couldn't help but bleed blue for the home team.

Loyal Dodger fans including George Lopez, Rob Lowe and Mario Lopez were able to get fans pumped up before game time. Others like Lady Gaga were simply thrilled to experience a close game with old friends.

While the Dodgers ultimately walked away with a big win, this World Series is just getting started.

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Game 2 is scheduled for Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium where a whole new crop of celebrities are expected to attend.

And you better believe pop culture fans will be on Kate Upton watch as her fiancé Justin Verlander prepares to hit the mound and pitch in a future game.

Until then, take a look at just some of the stars who are enjoying the World Series suspense in our gallery below

Kate upton

The supermodel witnesses fiance Justin Verlander and the Houston Astros become World Series champions at Game 7 of the World Series. 

Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis

So it's root, root root for the Dodgers! The Hollywood couple gets the crowd pumped ahead of Game 6. 

Kristen Doute

"Let's go dodgerrrrrs!!!" the Vanderpump Rules star shared during Game 7 while watching with Katie Maloney and Tom Schwartz. 

Rob Lowe

Before Game 6 begins, the actor pumps up the crowd in his Dodgers blue. 

Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez

"Great time at #Game4 of the #WorldSeries," Alex wrote on Instagram in between his broadcasting duties. " #MarianoRivera @jlo." 

Travis Scott

The rapper cheers on his hometown team at Game 5 held at Minute Maid Park.

JJ Watt

The Houston Texans football player shows his support for the Astros at Game 3. 

Justin Timberlake & Jessica Biel

It's date night at Dodger Stadium as the Hollywood couple catch Game 2 of the World Series. 

Leslie Mann & Judd Apatow

Cute couple alert! The pair pose for photos after being featured on the big screen. 

Justin Timberlake

The "Suit and Tie" singer can't hide his shock at the unpredictable score board during Game 2. 

John Legend

While Chrissy Teigen chose to stay home for Game 2, her husband couldn't help but cheer on the Los Angeles Dodgers. 

Brad Paisley

After mingling with Dodgers players during batting practice, the country singer performs the National Anthem during Game 2 of the World Series.

Lady Gaga

"When you got the best seat in the house," the Grammy winner shared on Twitter. "Next to Joe Torre and your best friend since you were 4." 

Seth MacFarlane

"They told me this was Sound of Music Live, but the World Series is cool too," the actor joked from his good seats at Dodger Stadium. 

Rob Lowe

"Back with the best seat mate EVER! This is how I will listen to game one of #theworldseries @dodgers," the actor shared while posing for a picture with legendary Dodgers announcer Vin Scully. 

Mario Lopez

"Nico & I gettin the crowd hyped! @Dodgers," the actor shared on Instagram before Game 1 kicked off. 

Jerry Seinfeld

And the crowd goes nuts! The Hollywood actor can't help but get on his feet when the Dodgers take the lead in Game 1. 

George Lopez

Bleeding blue! The comedian pumps up the crowd before the first pitch is thrown on game day. 

Ken Jeong

The Hangover star brings the energy and enthusiasm to Dodger Stadium.

Magic Johnson

"My incredible staff surprised me today in their @dodgers gear. World series bound!" the Dodgers co-owner shared on Instagram before watching Game 1 at Dodger Stadium.  

E! News has also learned Toby Keith, Miles Brown, Jason Bateman, Jimmy Kimmel and Kirsten Dunst were also in attendance for Tuesday's game. 

Game 2 of the 2017 World Series airs Wednesday night at 8 p.m. EST only on Fox.