For the second straight year, the NFL Draft is in Chicago.
For Jenny McCarthy, she's obviously rocking Bears attire — being in her hometown. But her husband, well, he's sporting gear from his hometown team: the New England Patriots.
You'd think that McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg would have some conflicts rooting for different teams in two of the biggest sports markets.
Surprisingly, the only tension between the couple came in the Blackhawks-Bruins Stanley Cup Final in 2013, but they were in the early stages of their relationship. Aside from that, they've stayed in their own lanes with their respective teams.
McCarthy said that when Chicago teams aren't facing Boston, she doesn't mind siding with Wahlberg's team. Donnie though has a different opinion.
"I can't really ever root for the Bears, just because of 1985 — the 46-10 (win over the Patriots in Super Bowl XX), but I have come to respect that team," Wahlberg said.
"I love Mike Ditka, even Buddy Ryan," he added. "They were great coaches. You can't hate on those guys. That team was incredible. When a team is great, you gotta respect it.
"The Bears in '85 — as much as it killed me as a young kid to see my team get decimated in the Super Bowl — I mean looking back on it, what a team. This is one of the greatest teams — probably maybe the greatest single season team ever."
Donnie's brother, Mark, is a huge fan of Jimmy Butler and has a close friendship with the Bulls guard. But is Donnie a fan, too?
"I'm sorry, does he play for the Celtics?" Wahlberg joked. "He's a great player, he's a great player. If I had to pick someone on the Bulls, I'd pick D-Rose if he can get healthy again. I'm a Celtics guy. It doesn't mean I can't be friends with other players — I know a lot of players too and I'm friends with them.
"Jimmy Butler is a great guy most importantly. If he comes to the Celtics, I'll be a fan of his."
The Cubs and White Sox are off to hot starts in the 2016 campaign, both leading their divisions. Since McCarthy was born in Chicago, it raises the popular baseball question: Cubs or White Sox?
"I realized this when I moved to Los Angeles for 20 years, I came to appreciate both teams because you just miss Chicago so much," she said. "Now that I've moved back, I have to go back to my south side Chicago girl. I'm White Sox. Even though I love the Cubs, I'm a White Sox south side girl all the way."
Well there ya have it.
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See what else McCarthy and Wahlberg had to say at the NFL Draft in the video above.