Helen Mirren, LeBron James and extra have fun Dodgers’ 2020 World Sequence win

Helen Mirren is celebrating the Los Angeles Dodgers’ “good” World Sequence win.

Taking to Instagram, the 75-year-old display screen legend confirmed off her LA pleasure after the Dodgers beat the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday in Recreation 6 of the sequence.

“Congrats Dodgers. I simply watched you win World sequence You might have made me a baseball fan. Sensible thrilling Sequence,” Mirren captioned the snapshot.

Mirren joined a refrain of celebrities celebrating the Dodgers’ first pennant in 32 years, together with this yr’s NBA Finals MVP, LeBron James.

“Man can we PLEASE have a parade!!! I do know I do know we will’t however DAMN I wanna have fun with our @Lakers& @Dodgers followers!!! LA is the town of CHAMPIONS,” the Los Angeles Lakers famous person tweeted.

“Oh f–ok yeah @Dodgers,” Milo Ventimiglia posted. “Congrats to the entire group. What a sequence. #ProudAngeleno. MV”

“Congratulations @Dodgers! What a improbable championship,” Arnold Schwarzenegger wrote.

Rob Lowe additionally shared a photograph from the 2018 World Sequence, by which he and the late Kobe Bryant watched the Dodgers battle the Boston Pink Sox.

“This was 2 years in the past at present on the World Sequence. And at present, the @Dodgers lived as much as the Mamba’s legacy. My Boys In Blue are CHAMPIONS AGAIN!!!” Lowe captioned the publish.

Bryant was tragically killed in a helicopter crash in January, alongside together with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and 7 others. Earlier this month, his beloved Lakers scored their first NBA title since 2010.

Vanessa Bryant, Kobe’s widow, additionally celebrated LA’s newest victory.

“Congratulations @dodgers !!💙 #LAALLDAY 🎉👏🏽👏🏽,” she posted to Instagram.