Denver Broncos have lost a celebrity fan this year after Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul revealed he stopped following the Broncos following their devastating Super Bowl defeat in February.
Paul is one of the leading stars of the worldwide famous Breaking Bad TV show the has taken the globe by storm.
Not one to just share the limelight on TV, Paul has been seen out and about at major sporting events.
The actor watches the Super Bowl every year, and just last week he was the host of the WWE's Monday Night Raw.
Paul first revealed his love of the Super Bowl during a television appearance on the Conan O'Brien show earlier this year.
He explained at the time, "I was sat three rows behind the Broncos bench and it was sad.
"I don't follow football or the NFL but I go to the Super Bowl every year. I become a die hard for whatever team that I decide that I'm going to root for that year.
"I feel like I was born a Broncos fan this year just for that day. I was screaming Peyton you can do this."
That passion for Denver has now disappeared though to be replaced by an unaware and out of touch Paul, who only follows the big-game solely.
Speaking to TMZ Sports he revealed.
"Ah the Broncos, I don't follow the NFL."
When asked whether he was a fan of the Broncos he said "No."
Ouch! Seems like Peyton Manning didn't do enough in the Super Bowl to keep the actor interested in Denver after their 43-8 defeat to Seattle Seahawks.