Sighting: Jay Cutler, Kristin Cavallari visit Zanies in Rosemont

The Bears’ Jay Cutler and wife Kristin Cavallari must have bonded with Steve Rannazzisi when they appeared together on FXX’s “The League,” because the famous couple was on hand for the comedian’s show Saturday at Zanies in Rosemont and visited with him backstage.

“Great show tonight @steverannazzisi,” tweeted Cavallari. “Thanks for having us out. If u guys get the chance to see him...do it!”

The episode with Cutler and Cavallari aired in Sept. and featured Rannazzisi’s character Kevin and his on-screen wife Jenny (played by Katie Aselton) befriending the famous couple. During Cavallari’s previous appearance on the show, Kevin and Jenny meet the former “Hills” cast member and her son Camden, whom they nickname “The Cutlet,” in a Mommy-and-Me class and steal her breast milk.

“@KristinCav thanks for coming to the show,” tweeted Rannazzisi. ”Glad you had fun. Enjoy the holidays with Jay & the Cutlet!”

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