EastEnders star Ross Kemp has gone on record to explain THAT viral video.
You know, the one that surfaced of him cheering on, in a very aggressive, very topless, massively intimidating way that we cant get enough of, England after they beat Sweden last week.
And before then when he went topless for the Colombia win.
Its a thing and a theme hes well cultivating.
Now the actor has spoken about his passionate moment, his heated response, his glorious cry for the country.
And it means hes now watching football alone – are we surprised?
The EastEnders star said on Mondays Good Morning Britain: I have to watch games on my own, Im never going to play for England but there is a routine there and Im not breaking it.
Ah, so hes not watching them because he is too much of a nuisance to share the TV room with?
I generally have to watch it on my own because Im a danger to myself and others, the father-of-four jokingly clarified, before he added: I am banished to the other end of the house, a hot room.
Okay now we see whats happening.
Susanna Reid than presented Ross with a three lions football jersey so he can cloak up before his next social media posting.
Ray Parlour joined the actor on the morning programme, as the former footballer said of the video routine is a routine and its winning.
The hosts, Susanne and Kate Garraway, asked Ross for another encouraging message of support as England prepares to play Croatia in the semi-finals on Wednesday.
Weve played them six times, weve won four, lets make it five, he said rather calmly as the hosts voiced their disappointment he held back.
He added with a yell: I am Jekyll and Hyde, once they walk onto that pitch: “COME ON ENGLAND!”
Last week Ross got the giggles out of his followers after posting another topless video during the Sweden match.
As Maguire knocked in the first goal, Kemp posted: YESSSS. Now we hold, we do not give in.
We cant wait to see his next offering…
Good Morning Britain returns 6am on ITV.
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