Celebrities delight in historic Baseball World Series win for Chicago Cubs

It’s been 108 years since their last World Series win, so it was no surprise to see a host of celebrity baseball fans congratulate the Chicago Cubs on their historic victory.

Diehard Cubs fan Bill Murray was among the crowd in Ohio to see his team complete their 8-7 win over the Cleveland Indians in game seven of the series – their first title since 1908.

The Groundhog Day star was captured on camera as the Cubs sealed victory, with the emotion on his face clear to see.

But Bill wasn’t the only famous face who appeared delighted with the result…

Music star Cher

Singer Nancy Sinatra

Actor Seth Rogan

Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones

Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres

Documentary maker Michael Moore

Actor Henry Winkler

Actress Olivia Wilde

Actress Rashida Jones

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