Larry King was kicked off his show by CNN last year, but now he's reached rock bottom, becoming a Cubs fan.

The long-time regular at Dodger games was in Chicago over the weekend and turned his back on Dodger Blue to sing the blues for Cub fans. King tossed out the first pitch at the Cubs-Cardinals game on Friday and then dazzled the long suffering Wrigley Field faithful by singing the seventh inning stretch. As far as we know, no ear plugs were handed out.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports King sat in Cubs owner Tom Ricketts' VIP box and also hung out with the bleacher bums. While in Chicago, the man who still thinks suspenders are cool ran into actor Martin Sheen at his hotel and partied with U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. among other Windy City celebrities.

Here's video of Larry singing. Watch if you dare:

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