Kentucky Derby 2012: Aaron Rodgers Loves Boyz II Men, Slow Jams

The Kentucky Derby is an American institution, drawing fans and celebrities from all walks of life to Louisville every year. On Saturday, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, looking resplendent in a light suit, was in attendance for the Run for the Roses. He was also apparently in attendance at Friday night's Barnstable Party, an annual shindig that allows VIPs to cut loose and drink mint juleps all night ... you know, differently from how celebrities normally live their lives.

Catt Sadler interviewed Rodgers at Churchill Downs on Saturday and spoke to him about the party, which featured a performance by one of his "all-time favorite" groups, Boyz II Men.

I, for one, would not have pegged Rodgers for being a huge fan of the slow jam. It looks pretty obvious that the group must have performed "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday," as Rodgers appeared to have poured out at least one or two for his homies. Poured them into his mouth, I mean.

For complete coverage of the 2012 Kentucky Derby, please visit our dedicated StoryStream or visit And Down the Stretch They Come.

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