It's surely fair to say almost every Canadian is a Toronto Raptors fan. Both before and after winning their first-ever NBA championship, though, they also have a fair few famous supporters from other parts of the world. In fact, there's a long list of celebrities who have supported the Raptors.\nThere's no doubt that the championship hype has definitely lingered into this new season.\nIt won't be stopping just because the NBA season has been suspended for the next 30 days, either. In fact, we're half-expecting Raptors mania to go through the roof while we wait for the action to restart.\nAnd fans even seem to think that the Raptors could be back-to-back champs if there's a full-on cancellation.\nThe Raptors' status as both the only NBA team in Canada and the 2019 league winners has attracted plenty of supporters in recent times.\nBack in the spring of last year, celebs were seen in attendance during Toronto's historic postseason run to the championship win.\nWhile plenty of these famous fans are Canadians and so should not come as a surprise, others seem to have an affinity for the franchise despite coming from south of the border or even other continents!\nOh, and we haven't included Drake. Sorry, not sorry.\nElisabeth Moss\nWhat a game @raptors fans!! AMAZING WIN!! Plus I got to hang out with these friends!! Thanks for coming tonight Elisabeth Moss, @ShawnMendes @vladdyjr27 !! Hope to see you soon!! Game 2 is Monday! Let’s do it all over!! #WeTheNorth pic.twitter.com/Ngm3hSv9sw— The Raptor (@the_raptor) April 28, 2019\nAmerican The Handmaid's Tale actress Elisabeth Moss showed up to show her Raptors love during game two versus the Philadelphia 76ers, last April.\nCeline Dion\nBucket list accomplished!! @Raptors @celinedion pic.twitter.com/VsPedW5jCS— The Raptor (@the_raptor) December 10, 2019\nIt seems like meeting the legendary Ms. Celine Dion is also on the Raptors mascot's bucket list. Who can blame him?\nShawn Mendes\nView this post on Instagram @raptors ❤️ A post shared by Shawn Mendes (@shawnmendes) on Jun 2, 2019 at 7:08pm PDT\nMendes being a total Raptors fan makes sense, of course. After all, he was born and raised in Ontario.\nRichard Branson\nView this post on Instagram Brilliant night cheering on the @raptors - good luck in game six! Looking forward to a great day with @virginvoyages @virginmobilecan @virginradiotoronto #WeTheNorth A post shared by Richard Branson (@richardbranson) on Jun 11, 2019 at 3:57am PDT\nThe British businessman, author, and general mega-rich person has also shown some love for Canada's favourite team.\nJay-Z\nView this post on Instagram #onthisday: 21 years ago today, Jay-Z headlined at the ACC with DMX, Redman and Wu-Tang Clan’s Method Man. It was one of first ever concert’s at the new arena which opened with a concert by the Tragically Hip just two weeks earlier. Tickets ranged between $25.50 and $49.50. Sigh, I miss 90s prices. Here’s an excerpt from Ben Rayner’s review: It's official: The first real rock 'n' roll show at the new Air Canada Centre wasn't a rock 'n' roll show at all. Well, not entirely, anyway. East Coast hip-hop megastar Jay-Z and the horde of rappers traipsing around the continent on his Hard Knock Life tour certainly brought enough pyro, elaborate stage stunts and good old-fashioned anti-authoritarian sloganeering to pass for a beat-driven KISS. But when it comes to pure, crowd-juicing, get- 'em-dancing-in-the-aisles entertainment, none of the rock acts to pass through the ACC thus far have held a candle to Shawn Carter and his accompanying Def Jam posse. Jay burst on stage from a trap door after a videotaped "prison break," currying favour with the locals by sporting a Raptors jersey. The bone-rattling bass, shout-outs to the ladies and "dogs" in the house and exhortations to swear along with the talent got tired by the third hour. Or maybe it was just impossible to top the look of glee on Method Man's face as he ran in space, suspended over the crowd in a harness, waving aloft a hot pink "Happy B'day, Meth" sign someone had passed up to him. 📸: Jeff Goode, 1999. A post shared by Toronto Starchives (@torontostarchives) on Mar 10, 2020 at 3:54pm PDT\nBack in 1999, Jay-Z was embarking on the massive "Hard Knock Life" tour with fellow rappers Method Man, Redman, and DMX. And on an iconic night at the ACC, he wore the Raps' OG purple away jersey to perform.\nOprah Winfrey\nView this post on Instagram Everyone says Canadians are kind and that was proven especially true in Montréal tonight. Thank you for giving me your Sunday night, I loved being with you. Enjoy the Toronto @raptors parade tomorrow! #PathMadeClear 🇨🇦 A post shared by Oprah (@oprah) on Jun 16, 2019 at 7:48pm PDT\nOne of the world's most famous women, Oprah Winfrey, was gifted a Raptors jersey ahead of her Toronto show before it got cancelled due to the NBA Finals. She was also seen wearing a Raptors jacket days after, according to CTV.\nBianca Andreescu\nCongratulations to Bianca Andreescu on becoming the FIRST CANADIAN to win the U.S. Open! 🇨🇦👏 pic.twitter.com/bIVGpQnAkY— NBA Canada (@NBACanada) September 7, 2019\nCanada's favourite tennis teen isn't afraid to rep it for the country's other sports stars. Gotta get that ring, after all.\nSting\nAmazing win tonight @raptors fans!! You guys definitely brought the noise!! And @OfficialSting was in the building so that’s cool!! #WeTheNorth #RaptorAndSting pic.twitter.com/Bc25egRSdx— The Raptor (@the_raptor) February 12, 2019\nThe Police vocalist knows how to rock, so he definitely knows what he's talking about when he calls Raptors fans loud.\nMax Holloway\nThe Champ! @BlessedMMA @raptors pic.twitter.com/SoTEqnuEwx— The Raptor (@the_raptor) December 10, 2018\nThe Honolulu-born MMA champ probably already had a hunch that the Raptors would win. After all, a champion knows one when he sees one.\nWiz Khalifa\nView this post on Instagram When your smokin a joint and awready got another one rolled. A post shared by Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) on Jun 4, 2019 at 6:28pm PDT\nAlthough he's from Pittsburgh, Wiz Khalifa didn't let that stop him from repping one of the Raptors' old-school jerseys. Good to see Wiz ditching the "Black and Yellow" for some purple and white.\nSamuel L. Jackson\npic.twitter.com/fMxsDC6zUG— IbakaNotNice (@IbakaNotNice) July 3, 2019\nSamuel L. Jackson may have been born in Washington, D.C., but he's a self-confessed Raptors fan, which must bump up the franchise's "coolness" rating by a few marks. Bonus points go to the fans who can find the moment Jackson's character's reps the Raptors in the film Jackie Brown.\nLilly Singh and Ayesha Curry\nView this post on Instagram Just two Toronto sisters out here making peace amongst the war 💁🏽♀️❤️ but also low key high key north side forever RAH RAHHHHH. @ayeshacurry 😂 A post shared by Lilly Singh (@lilly) on Jun 3, 2019 at 12:29pm PDT\nJust two Toronto gals out on the town. Lilly Singh and Ayesha Curry shared this cute snap together at a Raptors game. Steph may have spent his whole NBA career in Golden State, but we know Ayesha's a Raps rooter at heart.\nSnoop Dogg\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by snoopdogg (@snoopdogg) on May 21, 2019 at 4:36am PDT\nAnother L.A. native, Snoop Dogg has repped Canadian teams on numerous occasions in the past. Here he is showing that support by repping a jersey and taking a pic with the infamous "The Shot" mural.