Lewis Capaldi delights some Celtic fans with brilliant Italian TV moment

By John McGinley

February 7, 2020

Celebrity Celtic fan Lewis Capaldi has delighted Hoops supporters with a moment on Italian TV in which he declared ‘Glasgow’s green and white’.

Neil Lennon and his team have a lot of famous fans including global icons Billy Connolly and Rod Stewart.

Capaldi is now walking his own path on the world stage and apparently loves Celtic just as much!

The Scottish singer has had top-five singles in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Belgium, Italy and Australia to name just a few, rapidly becoming one of the biggest artists in the world today.

With a Grammy nomination and four Brit Award nominations under his belt too, he’s also been critically acclaimed.

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Some fans are also used to his funny social media antics, with the performer often taking to Twitter and Instagram to make fun of himself on his road to stardom.

It’s his latest moment that has caught the attention of Celtic supporters though.

Celtic fan Lewis Capaldi on Italian TV / (Photo by Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images)

Footage posted to Twitter by a Celtic fan shows Capaldi being interviewed live on stage at ‘Festival di Sanremo’.

The presenter asks: “Who is your football team?”

Capaldi replies: “Celtic Football Club,” before adding, “Glasgow’s green and white, y’know what I mean?”

At the time of publishing the video has been viewed over 120,000 times, also attracting thousands of ‘likes’ on Twitter.

One user even suggested he should take Rod Stewart’s seat at Celtic Park!

These fans took to the social media site to share their thoughts on it all…