From Taylor Swift to Broadway! Aaron Rodgers watches Wicked at the Gershwin Theater with New York Jets teammates CJ Uzomah, Tim Boyle and Chris Streveler
- Rodgers attended the popular musical with a few of his new castmates
- The quarterback has been spotted at various locations around his new town
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Next on the checklist for new New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers: Attend a Broadway show with his teammates.
Rodgers was seen with tight end CJ Uzomah and backup quarterbacks Tim Boyle and Chris Streveler at a screening of the musical “Wicked” on Wednesday night.
It has been one of many sightings in and around New York for Rodgers recently as he acclimates to his new home after years in Green Bay.
Over the weekend, Rodgers was an unabashed Swifty as he went to see the pop star in concert.
Reflecting on the shows on her Instagram on Monday night, Rodgers said: ‘Amazing weekend at my new home #metlifestadium with special friends Miles and @keleighteller, a bunch of new ones and the legendary @taylorswift who absolutely rocked the house for 3 1/2 hour every night!!!
“She is truly a talented artist and an epic human, and @phoebebridgers was spectacular as well.
Aaron Rodgers (second from left) attended the Broadway musical Wicked with Jets teammates
Aaron Rodgers took to Instagram to thank Taylor Swift for her recent shows in New York
New Jets QB Rodgers was there for two of Swift’s three nights at MetLife Stadium
“Thank you to the amazing security guards, the lovely fans I met, and all of the Tour hospitality on both nights. Hopefully we can make MetLife as loud this year.”
Rodgers tagged Kelleigh Teller – wife of actor Miles Teller – in his Instagram post as well as his former Packers teammate David Bakhtiari.
The Jets quarterback turned out to be a huge Taylor Swift fan in a video posted on the team’s official Twitter account, where players were asked to indicate their favorite song from the singer whose Eras tour is stopping at MetLife Stadium this weekend.
‘Too much. Too many to count,’ the 39-year-old said when asked.
Then he got a little more specific.
‘All that is not [her album] “Folklore” probably. ‘August,’ ‘The 1st.’
Rodgers also offered an older pick to round out his picks from Swift’s 2020 album, as he called “New Year’s Day” a “banger.”
Rodgers has already started settling into his new home and has been spotted in New York several times.
Rodgers has already started getting involved in New York sports – by attending a Knicks game
He was also spotted at a New York Rangers game in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
He was spotted at a New York Knicks game and received massive cheers from the crowd.
Rodgers was also seen at the Garden attending a New York Rangers game during the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Photos also caught Rodgers shopping in NoHo earlier this weekend.