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Aubrey Plaza Has a Chris Bosh Obsession

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Last night, Parks and Recs' resident sardonic sweetheart Aubrey Plaza pulled a bizarre "Kanye" at the MTV Movie Award by walking up barefoot to interrupt Will Ferrell's acceptance speech. She later noted the incident on Twitter, and for some reason tagged it #ChrisBosh.

It seems Plaza's apparent obsession with Bosh on Twitter is nothing new. She might be the big man's biggest fan.

So here is a brief history of Aubrey Plaza's Chris Bosh obsession.

She even turned his name into a hashtag motto. #BoshMania

If the Heat do manage to win another championship this year, security just might want to keep an eye out for a crashing Plaza.

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