CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Cubs fans packed into the city to be a part of the big celebration.

The Loop looked like a sea of blue, with everyone decked out in Cubbie pride. There were many great get-ups out there, but here are some fans that we caught making big, bold statements.

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Fans’ spirit radiated from their heads…

Cubs fans go great lengths to show off their pride...3 hours worth of hairspray and paint (CBS)

Cubs fans go great lengths to show off their pride…3 hours worth of hairspray and paint (CBS)

All the way down to their toes, almost…

Cubs fans even mark their pride permanently. (CBS)

Cubs fans even mark their pride permanently. (CBS)

While others were completely covered in spirit.

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And as you know, Chicago likes to go BIG for celebrations. This fan made her own BIG bling, after the Cubs won the ring.

Cubs fan created large championship ring. (CBS)

Cubs fan created large championship ring. (CBS)

After a 108 year wait, the Cubs finally won the World Series. They broke the curse and this Cubs fan wants people to no longer blame the goat.

This fan wanted people to stop blaming the goat (CBS)

This fan wanted people to stop blaming the goat (CBS)

The goat was decked out in cubs gear, sporting baseballs on its horns (CBS)

The goat was decked out in cubs gear, sporting baseballs on its horns (CBS)

And with Christmas right around the corner, the celebration would not be complete with the big man in the red suit.

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We all knew Santa was a Cubs fan. (Adrian Silverfox)

We all knew Santa was a Cubs fan. (Adrian Silverfox)