WATCH: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Has the Best Reaction to Her Son Charlie's First NCAA Tournament Win
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' son Charlie Hall's Northwestern basketball team scored their first-ever NCAA tournament win against Villanova
Welcome to the Madness, Julia Louis-Dreyfus!
The proud mom, 56, was in the stands watching and cheering as her son Charlie Hall’s Northwestern basketball team scored their first-ever NCAA tournament win against Vanderbilt on Thursday.
Louis-Dreyfus — who is a proud Northwestern alum — was caught on camera and could be seen mouthing the words, “Oh my god!”
The Wildcats got the W in a 68-66 win, earning a second-round matchup against top-seeded Gonzaga on Saturday afternoon.
Leading up to the big dance, the Veep star has been spotted adorably cheering on her son with her husband of 29 years, Brad Hall, who is also a Northwestern alum. The couple has two sons, Charlie and 24-year-old Henry.
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When the NCAA bracket was announced Sunday, Louis-Dreyfus celebrated with the infamous Elaine dance, described by George Costanza as a “full-body dry heave set to music,” on Twitter.