Bill Murray Teams Up with the Chicago Cubs to Sing 'Go Cubs Go' on SNL
Superfan Bill Murray continued to celebrate his beloved team's World Series win by swinging by his old stomping grounds at Saturday Night Live
Chicago Cubs superfan Bill Murray continued to celebrate his beloved team’s World Series win by swinging by his old stomping grounds at Saturday Night Live to perform an improved rendition of “Go Cubs Go” — alongside some special guests.
“Weekend Update” hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che introduced the winners of the segment’s own version of The Voice, who just happened to be World Series champs Anthony Rizzo, David Ross and Dexter Fowler dressed up as a Cubs-themed barbershop quartet.
Murray completed the group’s lineup, but Jost couldn’t help feeling he knew the comedian’s face.
“You on the end, you look familiar,” Jost said to Murray. “Did you use to work here?”
“I did,” Murray admitted. “But that was so many lifetimes ago. Right now, for me, it’s all about our music.”
The 66-year-old comedian then announced they would be performing an “original composition” called “Go Cubs Go.” One line of the classic tune was even amended to remind everyone (especially Cleveland fans) of their victory on Wednesday night, which ended a 108-year drought.