Olivia Munn was pretty excited about the Green Bay Packers' shocking win on Thursday Night Football.
"I just lost my voice," she tweeted, followed by about 20 emojis.
I just lost my voice 💚💛💚😱💚💛😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱👍✋👊👏👏👏
— oliviamunn (@oliviamunn) December 4, 2015
Munn was happy, of course, because boyfriend Aaron Rodgers pulled off a miracle on the final play of the game, giving the Packers the win over the Detroit Lions.
Here's the no-time-life-on-the-clock Hail Mary, in all its glory:
— NFL (@NFL) December 4, 2015
It was the longest game-winning Hail Mary in the history of the league.
Aaron Rodgers' 61-yard TD to Richard Rodgers is the longest game-winning, game-ending Hail Mary in NFL history. pic.twitter.com/TJl8I4f6sP
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) December 4, 2015
Munn recently hit back at both sportswriters and fans who blamed the Packers' struggles on her and Rodgers' relationship.
“A longtime NFL agent told me recently that when he sees one of his top-performing clients play differently, as Rodgers has of late, the first thing he wonders is if something is going on in his personal life. There’s no indication that Rodgers’ relationship status has changed. Lions reporters said they spotted Rodgers’ girlfriend, actress Olivia Munn, at Lambeau Field on Sunday. Sometimes it’s easy to forget that professional athletes have lives away from the field, and you never know what could be going on in their personal lives,” Rob Demovsky wrote for ESPN.com a couple of weeks back.
Munn wasn't happy with this, and hit back on Twitter.
“Playing it fast & loose w/the journalism @RobDemovsky. Your professional skills are lacking… you must be having personal problems at home,” she wrote.
The Packers, and especially Aaron Rodgers, are looking better now.