The iconic Hollywood sign is getting a makeover to celebrate the Rams’ Super Bowl victory in their hometown of Los Angeles.
City officials are now working to change “Hollywood” to “Rams House,” after mayor Eric Garcetti made the announcement following the Rams’ win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
“This town has some of the best football teams and fans in the world,” Garcetti said after the game.
“And we can’t wait to show our LA pride with a performance that only Hollywood can deliver.”
Workers have been on the scene since Monday morning and the work is expected to be completed by the end of the day, according to officials.
It is not clear how much the project will cost, but the team is said to have received the bill, according to LA Times.
Letters honoring the Rams will remain until Wednesday.
The City of Los Angeles, the Rams, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the Hollywood Sign Trust collaborated on the installation.
The temporary words, “Rams House,” are a tribute to the team’s battle: “Whose house?!? Rams House!”
The Rams moved to Los Angeles from St Louis, Missouri, in 2016.
The city will also honor the team with a parade on Wednesday.
Matthew Stafford lead a dramatic end-game victory to win Super Bowl glory for the Los Angeles Rams at home on Sunday night.
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