Celebrities among Caps fans 'rocking the red' after team takes home the Stanley Cup

Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz holds up the Stanley Cup after the Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Finals Thursday, June 7, 2018, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Wonder Woman, Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak and a whole lot of newscasters are celebrating after the Capitals took home their first-ever Stanley Cup late Thursday evening, a Washington Post reporter writes.

Here's a look at who's 'rocking the red':

The former Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter says the Caps are "DC's real superheroes."

Host of Wheel of Fortune Pat Sajak tweeted a photo of himself next to the Stanley Cup with a caption that read, "I didn't do it alone. @Captials @NHL."

Former moderator David Gregory of NBC News' Sunday morning talk show Meet the Press tweeted, "Go Caps! Thanks for making DC proud. Champs!"

Fox News Anchor Bret Baier tweeted, "Cup is coming to dc!!!"

NBC's Meet the Press Chuck Todd tweeted, "Intense! #ALLCAPS."

CNN Anchor Wolf Blitzer may not have took to tweeter immediately following the Caps victorious win, but we know he is a fan. In 2010 he tweeted, "My Washington teams, Nats and Caps, looked strong tonight -- very strong. Nice feeling for DC fans."

Co-Anchor for SportsCenter on ESPN Scott Van Petl expressed his excitement for the Caps win by tweeting, "Optimism is liberating. #ALL CAPS"

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