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Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’


THOUSANDS took to the streets of Los Angeles to celebrate the LA Rams’ historic Super Bowl LVI win.

Shaun McVay led his team to a dramatic 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at SoFi Stadium.

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Aaron Donald parties with his LA Rams teammates to celebrate their Superb Bowl triumphCredit: Reuters
Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’

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The parade saw fans pack the streets of Hollywood in celebrationCredit: Getty
Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’

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Players cheered as Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford downed his drink in a jolly eventCredit: Reuters

His triumphant side took over Hollywood on a sunny Wednesday afternoon, zipping through the streets in four open-top buses as fans filled the sidewalks.

And there could be headaches in Inglewood this morning, with stars toasting their success with a few well-deserved drinks.

Quarterback Matthew Stafford blew on a huge cigar, while defensive tackle Aaron Donald opted to go shirtless as the Super Bowl champions partied in style.

Beginning at the Shrine Exhibition Hall, the course took about a mile and ended at the former home of the Rams LA Memorial Coliseum.

But there was a word of warning from NFL legend Tom Brady, who was pictured at his own celebration with the Bucs twelve months ago looking a bit more worn.

He quoted a video of Stafford laughing and puffing on his victory cigar, saying, “Toss in a water Matt…trust me.”

Brady was filmed LAUNCH the famous Vince Lombardi Trophy from boat to boat as the Buccaneers partied in style after their win over the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Rams were a little more cautious with the famous gong, although it was regularly doused in champagne as the players marched through a jubilant Los Angeles.

And in the famous hills of the city, the Hollywood sign has been replaced by the words “RAMS HOUSE”.

‘MIX IN A MAT OF WATER!’

Super Bowl MVP Cooper Kupp wore an LA Lakers jersey in memory of Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash just over two years ago.

And he praised the NBA legend in his own speech, saying, “Kobe is one of them. He belongs here. He set the standard.”

Coach McVay – who took over for the Rams aged just 30 in 2017 – praised his team after their comeback win on Sunday.

He said: “I was surrounded by great people.

“When you’re around great players, great coaches who are all committed and working in the same direction, pulling that string in the same direction, good things can happen.

“When you have the right fundamentals through the success of these guys, other people have the opportunity to grow.”

Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’

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‘Rams House’ was displayed from the hills as buses rolled through LACredit: AFP
Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’

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MVP Cooper Kupp wore an LA Lakers jersey in tribute to Kobe BryantCredit: Reuters
Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’

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Odell Beckham Jr scored the first touchdown in Superb Bowl LVI, but was sent off with injuryCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’

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The stars gave speeches to the crowd with the Vince Lombardi TrophyCredit: Reuters
Cheerful LA Rams victory parade sees Super Bowl stars smoking cigars and drinking as Tom Brady warns to ‘mix in the water’

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NFL stars partied in style on a sunny day in Los AngelesCredit: Getty Images – Getty



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