Celebrities represent at Wimbledon final

By Amanda Horowitz,
It was easy to find stars shining out on the sidelines of the Wimbledon final today, as many made the hop across the pond to cheer on the Brits.

The stars were out shining along with the sun today in London, England to watch the 2013 Wimbledon final.

Among the celebrities were Wayne and Coleen Rooney, Victoria Beckham and friend Tana Ramsay, golfer Justin Rose, cyclist Chris Hoy, and rockstar Ronnie Wood, according to The Sun.

Two Hollywood stars that made quite an appearance at the Wimbledon men’s singles final were Bradley Cooper and Gerard Butler. Not only did the two wear practically matching suits, ties and shades, but they also were caught snapping selfies together in the stands, according to E! Online. The two were heard laughing and cheering for competitor Andy Murray, who won the tournament. Cooper’s model girlfriend, 21-year-old Suki Waterhouse, accompanied the two actors as well.

Others stars included Jay-Z, Prince William and Kate Middleton, Pippa Middleton, Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall, Lewis Hamilton, Harry Potter star Rupert Grint, Martina Navratilova with Sir Richard Branson, Robert Redford, Brooklyn Decker, Diana Ross, Nets guard Sasha Vujacic, Anna Wintour, and pro golfer Colin Montgomerie as spotted by Sports Illustrated.

Political figures such as Prime Minister David and First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond were also in attendance.

Celebrities cheering on the British men’s winner from the Twitter world included Rebel Wilson, Sophia Bush, Ewan McGregor, Piers Morgan, Kevin Spacey, and One Direction’s Niall Horan, according to 3 News.

McGregor tweeted, "Oh my God. What a match, what a player. Inspiring a Nation. Andy Murray!! Ya Beauty."

Piers Morgan’s tweet read, "To all the #Murray haters: Eat. That. #WIMBLEDONCHAMPION."

Kevin Spacey said, “Huge congrats to @Andy_Murray for an amazing Win! Been saying he would do it for a year! Alll (sic) of Great Britain is proud! Awesome tennis!"

Niall Horan added, "He's done it ! Huge win! Congratulations andy," and actor Sam Claflin commented, "Murray Murray Murray! What a legend. Hero. Wimbledon wombles! So chuffed that he's British (not just Scottish now he's won)."



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