No offense, Rebel Wilson, but you've been upstaged.
Adam Scott became the first Australian golfer to win The Masters, setting off a national celebration Down Under, where it was already this morning.
Scott, 32, defeated Angel Cabrera on the second playoff hole at Augusta National, draining a 12-foot birdie putt for his first career major win. Take a look:
Amazingly, this was Scott's second-most clutch moment Sunday.
The Masters went to a sudden-death playoff for the second year in a row after Scott and Cabrera made matching birdies on the final hole of regulation.
Watch Adam drain a 25-foot putt to take the lead (before Cabrera matched him) and nearly break caddie Steve Williams' arm with one of the all-time high-fives:
Williams, on a side note, was Tiger Woods' former caddy, winning 13 major titles before being axed by Tiger and joining Scott. So it was sweet for him too.