CHICAGO — Let the congratulations begin.
The famous fans of the Chicago Cubs sent praise from all over after the team won its first championship in 108 years.
Hardcore Cubs fan Nick Offerman said he was "openly crying" after the win:
Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews, who knows a little about making history, said fans should take note of where they were when history was made.
John Cusack, who was at the game, took a photo of the Cubs empty dugout.
Curse is gone - pic.twitter.com/X6aCH68cVF— John Cusack (@johncusack) November 3, 2016
Earlier, he tweeted a picture of the World Series trophy.
So this is on the field right now / pic.twitter.com/JdznE9cG2M— John Cusack (@johncusack) November 2, 2016
The trophy, comedian Andy Richter said, could be used to cook hot dogs.
If they don't use that trophy to cook hotdogs it won't be a true Chicago championship— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) November 3, 2016
Hillary Clinton, a Chicago-area native who is also hoping to make history next week, flew the W on Twitter, along with the First Lady Michelle Obama.
The team also got a White House invite from the world's most powerful Sox fan: President Barack Obama.
It happened: @Cubs win World Series. That's change even this South Sider can believe in. Want to come to the White House before I leave?— President Obama (@POTUS) November 3, 2016
Singer and Chicago native Liz Phair, who sung "God Bless America" at the White Sox World Series in 2005, said she was praying for catcher David Ross — and holding a ball signed by him — before his huge homerun.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, not suprisingly, was ecstatic.
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