Celebs Show Chicago Love on Social Media After Cubs' Historic World Series Victory

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Cubs fans from across the country flocked to Twitter to join in on the festivities.

The Chicago Cubs won the hard-fought Game 7 of the World Series in the early hours of Thursday morning, ending the championship drought the Cubs have suffered since 1908 -- and celebrity sports fans around the world couldn't contain their excitement.

Seth Rogen, John Cusack, Bob Newhart, Leslie Jones and scores of other big name stars took to Twitter after the Cubs took home a 8-7 victory in the 10th inning.

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It wasn't just celebs who got in on the celebration -- even some of the country's most important politicians weighed in on the big win including Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, who was born in Chicago.

"They did it! 108 years later and the drought is finally over. Way to make history," Clinton tweeted.

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First Lady Michelle Obama
also congratulated her home team, writing, "Go @Cubs, go! Been rooting for you since I was a kid, and so incredibly proud tonight."

Even President Obama, an outspoken Chicago White Sox fan, tweeted that he was "happy to see Wrigley rocking last night."

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Check out the outpouring of love (and a little bit of jealous shade) stars shared with the Cubs after their historic night.