Julia Louis-Dreyfus celebrating her son's NCAA win is all you need to see today

PHOTO: Julia Louis-Dreyfus looks on as the Northwestern Wildcats play the Vanderbilt Commodores during the first round of the 2017 NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena, March 16, 2017, in Salt Lake City, Utah. PlayChristian Petersen/Getty Images
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After Northwestern narrowly pulled off a 68-66 win over Vanderbilt in the first round the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament, proud mom Julia Louis-Dreyfus celebrated the win.

The Emmy winner and "Veep" star was on hand to root for her son, Charlie Hall, who plays for Northwestern.

PHOTO: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, lower right, and her husband, producer and writer Brad Hall, left, watch Northwestern play Vanderbilt during a first-round game of the NCAA mens college basketball tournament, March 16, 2017, in Salt Lake City. George Frey/AP Photo
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, lower right, and her husband, producer and writer Brad Hall, left, watch Northwestern play Vanderbilt during a first-round game of the NCAA men's college basketball tournament, March 16, 2017, in Salt Lake City.

Breaking down a bit in happiness, she mouthed "Oh my God" as her son's team pulled off the nail-biter.

Louis-Dreyfus, 56, has been very vocal about her baby boy and his "March" to greatness.

Who can forget her breaking out the "Elaine dance" after the team was selected to the field.

"We're going to the dance, boys! @NUMensBball making history! #proud #B1GCats #poundtherock #NCAA @marchmadness," she wrote.

It's going to be an exciting two weeks for sure! The Wildcats next play the top seed in their region, Gonzaga, on Saturday.