Paul Rudd was the happiest man in the Chiefs' locker room as the team celebrated their AFC title

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Paul Rudd had himself quite a day on Sunday cheering on the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years.

  • The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Tennessee Titans 35-24 in the AFC Championship on Sunday to punch their ticket to Super Bowl LIV.
  • No one was happier about the outcome that Paul Rudd, who has been a lifelong Chiefs supporter.
  • Rudd hyped the crowd up before the game and partied with the team in the locker room after their victory.
  • Throughout the celebration, fans couldn't help but recognize that Rudd had become a living embodiment of his own "Look at us" meme.
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The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Tennessee Titans 35-24 in the AFC Championship on Sunday to punch their ticket to Super Bowl LIV, and no one was happier about it than actor/Chiefs superfan Paul Rudd.

Rudd had helped hype the crowd up ahead of the game, banging the team's ceremonial war drum before kickoff to get the home fans pumped.Advertisement

Rudd also gave a pregame speech of sorts to a camera ahead of the game, alongside fellow actor and Chiefs fan Eric Stonestreet.

Once the Chiefs secured the victory, Rudd was finally free to celebrate, and he seemed to make the most of his time with the team.

In a recent appearance on the show "Hot Ones," Rudd became something of a meme for his interaction with host Sean Evans in which he expressed disbelief at their situation. According to numerous fans on the ground, Rudd carried a similar expression of awesome wonder throughout the Chiefs locker room celebration.
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One person who experienced Rudd's joy first-hand was Sports Illustrated's Charlotte Wilder. Wilder had tweeted on Saturday that she had shared a flight with Rudd, and had considered approaching him about his recent meme.

 While she didn't mention the meme at the time, the two found each other again in the Chiefs locker room, making for a perfect moment.Advertisement

With the win, the Chiefs are set to face off against the San Francisco 49ers in Miami with the Lombardi Trophy on the line. Given how excited he was to watch his team win the AFC, there's little doubt that Rudd will be in attendance again on Super Bowl Sunday.

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