Stormzy stopped mid-gig in Ibiza to watch Englands World Cup penalty shootout – then celebrated by contin his set with Big For Your Boots.
A video has emerged on Twitter of the rappers reaction to England smashing their penalties win, and it is epic.
The crowd can be seen watching the tense moment, as Stormzy crouches down on stage with his hand up to his mouth trying to contain those stress levels – that pretty much everyone was feeling during the game last night.
When England made history and won the shootouts, scoring them a place in the World Cups quarter finals, Stormzy launches himself into the air as he celebrated the countrys success.
The crowd can be seen erupting into applause before the 24-year-old breaks into Big For Your Boots to a backdrop of smoke and confetti.
His fans chant the words back to him as they pound their fists into the air, with the whole set turning into a party.
England managed to survive the matchs extra time, and the game was sent to shootout – but as England havent won one in 12 years it was a nail biter.
Southgates men were on the brink when David Ospina saved Jordan Hendersons effort, but successive misses from Uribe and Carlos Bacca, whose effort was brilliantly kept out by Pickford, allowed Eric Dier the chance to put England into the last eight.
As soon as the final goal was scored, Twitter was inundated with emotional celebratory tweets, and even Reese Witherspoon proved she was a secret England fan.
She wrote: Woohoo!! England for the win! #worldcup fever.
Even Ross Kemps emotions were running wild as he shouted into his camera: That meant everything… Every thing! Boys we love you.
Gary Lineker confessed that he was crying and Sue Perkins joked that she was in need of a defibrillator.
— Reese Witherspoon (@RWitherspoon) July 3, 2018
Fuck me, Im crying. Yes yes yes.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) July 3, 2018
Another relaxing night as an England fan.
Now for a lie down with a defibrillator
— Sue Perkins (@sueperkins) July 3, 2018
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