Having been serenaded by supporters all season, Jamie Vardy quite literally had a party to celebrate Spurs collapse against Chelsea, leading to the most incongruous venue to host a title-winning party since the Dubs went to Xico on Baggot Street instead of Coppers to celebrate the All-Ireland last September.
Far more interesting than the Leicester squad jumping around, however, was the fact we got to have a look at Jamie Vardy's kitchen, in what was undoubtedly the best episode of Footballer's Cribs since Stephen Ireland revealed to MTV he had installed wi-fi in his fish tank.
So, given that it was such a momentous occasion (and partly because of the fact that everybody is currently writing about Leicester, there is very little left to add), here are 8 things we learned about Jamie Vardy's house last night.
It's an expressive household where art is encouraged
Draw Things? Have Them Hanged.
There is a wine collection that features a two-litre bottle of Coke
Coke matures with age, don't you know.
The kitchen has an absolutely bonkers chandelier
Brave of Vardy to have such raucous celebrations around such a ludicrous object. Arguably more astonishing than Leicester winning the league.
The celebrations featured an incredibly placid dog
Barely a stir from Vardy's pet throughout the celebrations. Remarkable.
There is a disappointing lack of Blue WKD
Discordant with Vardy's public image, there wasn't a bottle of Blue WKD in sight.
A monster TV was installed solely for the party
A huge TV on the kitchen wall with zero seating around it. Definitely bought for the occasion.
The trophy cabinet is no longer big enough
The cabinet will soon hold the Football Writers' Player of the Year award, and perhaps a replica Premier League trophy. We're going to need a bigger cabinet.
Security is extremely high
We like to think these were installed solely for the party, to catch the first guy who vomited on the couch.