WATCH: Tom Brady shows up to Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl parade in $2 million boat

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Feb 7, 2021; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) celebrates after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are celebrating their Super Bowl LV win over the Kansas City Chiefs Wednesday afternoon. They are doing so in style, taking part in a boat parade through Tampa due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Like he has proven during his brilliant NFL career that has included seven titles, Brady showed some tremendous style in showing up to the parade.

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Tom Brady shows up to parade in $2 million boat

According to TMZ Sports, the boat is named “Viva a Vida” and arrived back in January. For what it’s worth, it is a light-blue-hulled Wajer 55S. It’s a 55-foot mammoth. Only 10 are currently cruising around the United States right now. Talk about Tom Brady living it up in every way.

Speaking of living it up, Rob Gronkowski is down to party after scoring two touchdowns in Sunday’s blowout win over Kansas City in Super Bowl LV. He’s also acting responsibly, knowing full well that hydration is the key to sustained consumption of adult beverages.

As you might imagine, consumption of said adult beverages was key to the entire party.

However, it does seem like they were having some issues with the champagne. Just ask stud receiver Scotty Miller.

First off, don’t shake the sparkling before uncorking. Secondly, it appears that Miller and Co. had some issues finding someone to uncork it.

In all seriousness, the Buccaneers deserve this moment. One of the most-losing organizations in the professional sports world since its inception, fans in Tampa Bay have dealt with a ton of bad teams. A ton of these Buccaneers players also dealt with Jameis Winston throwing 30 interceptions back in 2019.

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It’s remarkable what having GOAT on the team can do. Tom Brady led his Buccaneers to a blowout 31-9 win over a favored Chiefs team in Super Bowl LV. Rightfully so, they are now partying it up.