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Jonathan Van Ness took over Wrigley Field, tossing a first pitch and leading the seventh-inning stretch

Jonathan Van Ness is a man of multitudes, and on Friday afternoon the acclaimed hairdresser/podcaster/"Queer Eye" star added "baseball player" to his growing resume of roles with an entertaining cameo appearance at Wrigley Field before the Cardinals-Cubs game.

JVN, an Illinois native himself, was on hand to lend his services for a ceremonial first pitch and, of course, leading the crowd at the Friendly Confines in the seventh-inning stretch.

Scroll to the right in the Instagram video below to watch his first pitch, which was just a bit high ...

After the first pitch festivities were over, JVN and his crew headed up to the broadcast booth in the seventh inning for a Wrigley Field tradition:

Now this is a great way to celebrate Pride Month at the ballpark.