Myleene Klass laughs as Scottish football fans chant ‘get your t*ts out’

Myleene Klass was left in stitches on Friday when a huge crowd of Scotland's football fans chanted at her to "get her t*ts out".

The former Hear'Say singer shared a video to her Twitter on Friday night, as thousands descended upon London for the England v Scotland Euro 2020 match.

And although it ended in an underwhelming 0-0 draw, spirits were clearly high on the streets of the capital.

Myleene, 43, recorded a quick video from a balcony of a packed crowd of excited football fans in the streets below her.

The classical musician focused the video on the crowd, however she could be seen for a quick second at the start smiling into the camera.

Although it's difficult to properly understand the chant in the video, the mum-of-two's caption spells it out perfectly clear.

She wrote: "'Get your t*ts out Myleene Klass.' Thank you to the Tartan Army for this unexpected rendition."

And while some people may have been offended, it was clear she took it in good spirits as she added a laughing emoji at the end.

  • Kym Marsh returns as Pride of Birmingham Awards 2021 host as she meets heroes

  • Myleene Klass 'left in tears' and calls police after Uber driver 'spits on her'

Some found the situation just as funny as Myleene, while others were unhappy with the fact that so many people were packed together, yet things such as theatres were still unable to open to full capacity due to the pandemic.

One person said: "As a musician seeing how mistreated the arts have been through all of this and how they continue to be forgotten I cannot understand why you would even give this demonstration of Covid spreading the screen time."

Like what you see? Then fill your boots…

There's MUCH more where that came from! Want all the jaw-dropping stories from the world of showbiz and up to the minute news from TV and soaps?

Well, we've got you covered with our showbiz, TV and soaps newsletters – they'll drop straight into your inbox and you can unsubscribe whenever you like.

We'll bring you the inside track from telly expert Ed Gleave and soap specialist Sasha Morris. Oh, and your daily fix of Piers, Katie Price, Demi Rose and all your other Daily Star favs.

You can sign up here – you won't regret it…

Another said: "Took me 0.5 seconds to find the offended brigade."

A third laughed: "Love this."

Someone else wondered: "No Covid then?"

A fifth asked her: "And did you Myleene? Obviously not!" adding a laughing emoji.

And another added: "So nice to see a female celebrity just having a bit of banter, lads will be lads. Cue the offended brigade. If I saw Zac Efron, I'd definitely be saying some crude chanting too."

Following the match, Twitter was awash with users divided over football fans congregating in the city for the game.

There were complaints of masses of litter being left in the streets, while other users shared photos of fans going round with bags to try and clear up the mess.

A limited number of spectators have been allowed to attend matches during the competition, despite other live entertainment venues and nightclubs still forced to shut their doors, leading to some outrage from non-football fans.

Source: Read Full Article