He's a Super Bowl MVP, a future Hall of Famer and one of the wealthiest players in the NFL, but Olivia Munn had no idea who he was when they first met.

"He," of course, is Aaron Rodgers. Munn, who is dating the Green Bay Packers quarterback, admitted to Conan O'Brien that she was not familiar with Rodgers when the two first met.

Munn told O'Brien that upon learning Rodgers played football, she asked, "What college?"

She went on to say that the primary reason for her attraction to Rodgers was not his professional resume but his good looks.


Munn has become quite the cheesehead since meeting Rodgers, and she recently told Seth Meyers about her gameday cheering habits.

"I think I'm a good fan," Munn said. "I'm there and I'm screaming a lot. I think it's really important to scream and my acupuncturist told me energy follows thought. That was a very Hollywood sentence for you guys."

Whatever Munn did to support the Packers, it paid off. Known as a good luck charm for athletes, Munn's first season as a Green Bay fan turned out pretty well.

While Green Bay just missed out on a chance to play in the Super Bowl after a devastating overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks, it was an otherwise memorable year for Rodgers and his teammates. The Packers went undefeated at Lambeau Field and won the NFC North. Rodgers earned a Pro Bowl nod and is the favorite to win the NFL's MVP award. On the season Rodgers only threw five interceptions, the fewest among any starting quarterback, while also tossing 38 touchdowns.

Things are going pretty well for Munn, too. The 34-year-old Newsroom star is one of the leads in the upcoming film "Mortdecai."

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