Celebrities at the World Series 2017

The World Series has been the place to be for Hollywood celebrities, especially since the local L.A. Dodgers are one of the teams facing off (and of course the Houston Astros have some famous fans too!). Tiger Woods, Lady Gaga, Tom Hanks, and many others are getting in on the action.

Tiger Woods

Famed golfer Tiger Woods brought his rumored new girlfriend, Erica Herman, to the second game of the World Series. They cheered on the Dodgers, who lost the game 7-6 at home, just minutes from where Woods grew up. (Photo: BACKGRID)

Kate Upton

Model Kate Upton is an Astros fan, naturally, as fiancé Justin Verlander is a pitcher for the team. While she always has a great seat, she rarely sits down on one! (Photo: Jerritt Clark/Getty Images)

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga encountered another VIP — Joe Torre, former manager of the Dodgers and of her hometown team, the New York Yankees — at the stadium. She kept her clothing to some teeny shorts and a tank, in part because of the heat wave L.A. is currently experiencing, but also because she is Lady Gaga and she is stylish no matter what. (Photo: BACKGRID)

Jerry Seinfeld

Forget the sarcasm. Comedian and New York Mets fan Jerry Seinfeld was unabashedly thrilled to see the Dodgers win — and the Houston Astros lose — during the first game of the series. (Photo: LG Patterson/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel

Denim and Dodgers hats helped Justin Timberlake and wife, Jessica Biel, blend in with the masses at the first game of the series. In fact, all that denim makes you wonder about whether it was JT’s idea for that double-denim look he and Britney Spears infamously rocked. (Photo: BACKGRID)

Rob Lowe

True-blue Dodgers fan Rob Lowe led the crowd in cheers and ran into legendary retired Dodgers announcer Vin Scully during his night at the ballpark.“If Heaven is real, it’s probably something like this,” he tweeted. (Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Ice Cube

Rapper Ice Cube’s support of the Dodgers goes back a long way — he even once recorded a song for the team. Naturally, he had to be there for the team’s first World Series appearance since 1988. (Photo: BG007/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Tom Hanks

A few of Tom Hanks’s favorite things: finding a single glove in the street, typewriters, and baseball. (Photo: BG007/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Jason Bateman

Dodgers fan Jason Bateman was in the stands to watch the World Series. We hope he didn’t get into any arguments with the Astros fans next to him! (Photo: Christian Petersen/Getty Images)