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Remember when Albert Einstein published his "Theory of Light"? Remember the Ottoman Empire? Remember when Taft secured his presidency? No, neither do I, but these were the hot topics the last time the won the . The Cubbies have been the most rugged underdogs in sport's history for over a century. They came close to clinching the title a few times but the Cubs haven't touched silverware for 108 years.

Back to the Future II predicted the Cubs would win in 2015 and they came close but fell short:

After a grueling season, the Cubs found themselves in a harrowing duel with the Cleveland Indians but overcame a 3-1 deficit to come out on top and bring glory to Chicago.

Wrigley field exploded with joy, grown men were crying and the internet had a total meltdown after this mammoth victory. We're going to take a look at the funniest, smartest and most touching celebrity reactions to the Cubbies making history.

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Obama Invites The Cubs To The White House

Former senator of Illinois and proud Chicagoan, Barack was quick to take to Twitter to invite the historic champions to the Oval office before he has to leave in January.

Bill Murray's Face Says It All

Nothing warms the heart more than the sheer, unadulterated jubilation pouring out of . There are fans and then there are die hard fans who have waited their entire lives for this moment, after watching their team lose and lose and lose again.

Bill was so ecstatic that he took it upon himself to give every school in the Chicago area the whole week off. Thanks governor Murray!

Colbert Predicts The Next Win

whipped out the crystal ball to speculate when the Cubs would celebrate their next World Series win.

Hillary Clinton Can't Believe Her Eyes

It's been a tough week for the Chicago-born presidential candidate but seeing her hometown heroes stick out the nail-baiting win should definitely prove to be enough inspiration for her final push.

Olivia Wilde Loves The Fountain Of Man Tears

It's grand sports moments like these that men just pour out their emotions. The ecstasy of the win swept over the city and men all over Illinois were pretending like the tears in their eyes were just rain.

Amy Schumer Goes Wild

was lucky enough to be in the stands of Wrigley field last night. Decked out in Cubs gear, she joined thousands of fans who spent the night literally jumping for joy.

Josh Groban Sees Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Bowie, Brexit, Prince, Trump, Muhammad Ali. 2016 has been a tough year and Josh Groban knows how to find a silver lining in the darkest clouds. If the Cubs can pull it together so can we!

Let's hope this is a good omen for things to come!


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