Lewis Capaldi sent Scotland fans wild over the weekend after he flashed a huge crowd in response to a hilarious chant.
The Scots singer joined hundreds of Tartan Army supporters at Glasgow’s SWG3 to watch the Scotland vs England game on Friday.
The hitmaker, 24, was with Open Goal podcast presenters on a roof terrace at the packed beer garden when he was ambushed by fans chanting ‘get your t**s out for the lads’.
Standing on the platform above a sea of Scotland fans, Lewis teased the crowd by holding the bottom of his T-shirt as people shouted a vocal drumroll.
Never one to disappoint fans, the singer flashed his stomach sending revellers wild as they erupted into cheer.
Boozy punters then broke into a rendition of his hit song Someone You Loved.
A video, posted by Open Goal, shows the hilarious exchange and has since gone viral, racking up 7,000 likes.
Fans were quick to brand the Scottish singer a ‘legend’ for keeping the crowd entertained ahead of the match.
The hitmaker was at the Glasgow venue to join the presenters of Open Goal podcast for commentary on the game.
Open Goal also shared a picture with Lewis alongside the presenters, including Leigh Griffiths and Andy Halliday.
Thousands of excited Scotland fans descended on central London on Friday, dreaming of their greatest-ever victory: a win over England.
But it wasn’t to be, and the Tartan Army had to make do with a point after playing out a 0-0 stalemate with the Auld Enemy at the Euros.
The score didn’t dampen spirits, as thousands down south and up north partied into the night to celebrate Scotland’s efforts.