Celtic-mad Rod Stewart sings ‘There’s only one Neil Lennon’ as he interrupts boss’s interview after Old Firm win over Rangers


THIS is the moment Rod Stewart belts out Grace with a Celtic regular on an acoustic guitar following yesterday’s Old Firm mayhem.

The legendary Celtic-mad singer was at the match to see his beloved Hoops beat Rangers 2-1.

Rod alongside the fan
Celtic-mad singer Rod Stewart belted out some songs after the win over rivals Rangers

After singing for fans on the terraces, Sir Rod sat down with Liam McGrandles in the Kerrydale suite.

Liam, 36, from Denny, near Stirling, plays at Celtic Park before and after every home match.

He posted footage of his performance to Facebook and Twitter last night captioned with: “Me and Rod.”

The video has been viewed nearly 60,000 times, which captures the rockstar entertaining fans on his days off.

Rod with other Celtic fans
Rod with other Celtic fans during the 2-1 win on Sunday
Willie Vass – The Sun


The short clips shows the Rod smiling away as he sings Grace with Liam with the occasional hug and even puts his arm around Liam’s as the song progresses.

The legendary rockstar even begins to belt out the next line of Grace to get the audience singing and joining in the celebration.

Rod can be seen putting his hand on his heart, clapping and laughing away with Liam during the duet.

Gillian Gallacher wrote under Liam’s post saying: “Amazing. Rod is a Worldwide legend and I know he loved singing Grace with Liam on this beautiful Sunday Hail Hail.”

Rod watched the game in Glasgow
Rod Stewart is a massive Celtic fan and regularly attends games
Willie Vass – The Sun

Sharon Tait said: “Amazing Liam, you certainly are having the best time of your life now. Well deserved.”

Duncan Ryan added: “Love it mate, rubbing noses with the big boys.”

Jane McGuigan posted: “Well done Liam hope he asked for your autograph, brilliant.”

Speaking on Monday, Liam said: “It was at Parkhead after the game. Rod was an absolute gentleman just a normal guy out enjoying the game.

“I play before the game in the Kerrydale suite then watch the match then play straight after the game in the Kerrydale to just over a thousand fans every home game.

“Rod had tried to come in and see me but he was overcrowded with fans so I went into a quieter lounge with a few fans.

“We had a sing-song and it was absolutely brilliant. He was a pure gentleman and I met his sons who were brilliant boys it was an absolute pleasure to do that yesterday.

“We just sang Grace one of our favourite songs. I was just with him for about 20 mins before I had to go back on stage.”



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