Ross Kemp, an EastEnders actor, was one of the stars who praised England after they secured a spot in the Euro 2020 final.
Kemp, who was famous for his 2018 videos in which he shouted “it means everything!” On Twitter, Kemp advised the boys to have fun after the difficult year.
On Wednesday night, the TV hard-man said to his followers that it would mean everything to see England win the trophy. He then told the team to win, win, and win.
David Beckham, the ex-England captain, posted his wisdom via Instagram Stories, writing: “Big Night Tonight and proud to have stood there watching Gareth make history.”
“A hard fight was necessary, but it was worth it. Well done boys and well done to all the fans around the country. What a night!”
Goldenballs shared also a clip of the Wembley crowd singing Sweet Caroline, one of the unofficial anthems for England’s run.
Adele, a pop star, posted a video in which she reacts to Kane’s penalty. She screams and jumps around after he placed it in the back. The caption was: “IT’S BLOODY COMING HOME!”
On Thursday morning, Michael Caine, film legend, tweeted “Let’s win on Sunday Kane and Southgate and all the other Stars”. Spice Girl Mel C also shared her pride by writing “Waaaaaaaahooooooooooooo! “.
Television’s Ant and Dec acknowledged that they were “actually crying”. Sarah, Duchess of York, who was actually praising the Danish team, expressed her admiration for the Danish team and wished Eriksen, who fell on the pitch in the first round, “a speedy recovery”.
Dua Lipa, a Brit and Grammy-award winning singer, shared some snaps from her Euros party. She included a photo of her with flags on her face and a DipDab packet.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver called England’s performance “epic”, while Apprentice boss Lord Alan Sugar described it as “brilliant”.
Caitlin Moran, journalist and broadcaster, shared her thoughts on her taxi ride. She wrote: “Cab ride through London during extra time – pubs exploding. Horns sounding.
“The campaign against child poverty was launched by the England team that took the knee. It’s a cultural game-changer of the same magnitude as The Beatles.
England will now face Italy in Sunday’s final in front of 67.500 screaming fans at Wembley Stadium.
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