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Bill Murray celebrated the Chicago Cubs’ World Series Game 5 win against the Cleveland Indians in a hilarious way.
During a postgame interview Sunday night, the actor and diehard Cubs fan was caught on the big screen at Chicago’s Wrigley Field doing flexes showing off the “C” on the arm of his Cubs shirt.
ILM’s Todd Vaziri posted a clip on Twitter, dubbing Murray a “scene stealer.”
— Todd Vaziri (@tvaziri) October 31, 2016
Earlier this month, Murray crashed a White House briefing to declare his confidence that his team would reach the World Series. He sang “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during Game 3.
He also talked about the Cubs while accepting the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in Washington, D.C., last week.
“I’m glad they won last night so I could be here this evening,” Murray said. “If they hadn’t won last night, I would have had to have been there, because, honestly, I do not trust the media to report the story.”
The Cubs beat the Indians 3-2 on Sunday night. The Indians lead the Cubs in the series 3-2. Game 6 will be played Tuesday night in Cleveland.
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