Aaron Rodgers joins Danica Patrick in 'I, Tonya' parody played at ESPYS

Aaron Rodgers joins Danica Patrick in 'I, Tonya' parody played at ESPYS

Darren Sullivan
July 23, 2018

The pair have shared a lot of quality time together since confirming their relationship in January.

"I'm the biggest Packers fan", Patrick told Kimmel, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Actors, actresses and musicians might get most the awards shows, but the athletes are finally getting their night in the spotlight as well at the 26th annual ESPY Awards taking place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.

While Patrick didn't receive glowing reviews for her delivery of the award show's monologue, plenty of people have been saying her sketch was spot on. She became the first snowboarder to ever win an overall category by winning Best Female Athlete, and also took home the trophies for Best U.S. Female Olympian and Best Female Action Sports Athlete.

They finally exchanged digits and have been together for less than a year.

On Thursday, Patrick was the host of the ESPYs, and she was the star of a parody of the movie, "I, Tonya". It's a real wild card every year!

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Patrick's paramour, Green Bay Packer's quarterback Aaron Rodgers, also stars in the fake trailer in a Jeff Gilooly-inspired sweater and mustache.

"You got to call out the elephant in the room?"

Move over "I, Tonya" and step into the spotlight "Me, Danica".

Baker Mayfield, who was drafted by the Browns out of Oklahoma, won "Best College Athlete" honors.

The retired racecar driver was the first woman to host the ESPYs.