Amanda Holden, Phillip Schofield and Simon Cowell have joined the many stars showing their support for the Three Lions ahead of their Euro 2020 final on Sunday.
Amanda, 50, wore a white England shirt in a flash and told The Sun: ‘It’s great to feel united and watch the country come together. I’m proud to be able to support England.’
BGT fellow judge Simon, 61, also joined in on the patriotic display by saying: ‘This is the best push the country can have right now – good luck tonight.’
It’s going home! Amanda Holden (pictured), Phillip Schofield and Simon Cowell have joined the many stars showing their support for the Three Lions ahead of their Euro 2020 final
This morning’s host, Phillip Schofield, 59, said of the upcoming game to The Sun: ‘To our squad, thank you for being the boost we need.
‘You have changed the mood of the country and given us something to celebrate that is priceless. Bring it home, boys.’
Katie Price, 43, motivated a team that insisted football return home wearing the England jersey.
Dermot O’Leary, 48, gave an emotional statement to Southgate and the team, commenting on the tournament’s impact on the country as a whole.
To the finals: Another BGT judge Simon also joined in on a patriotic display saying ‘This is the best push the country can have right now — good luck tonight’
Football fan: Phillip Schofield said of the upcoming game: ‘You have changed the mood of the country and gave us something to celebrate which is priceless. Bring it home, boys.’
Support: Katie Price, 43, motivates a team that insists football returns home wearing the England jersey
Co-host Alison Hammond, 46, also expressed the pride she has for the Three Lions.
Gary Barlow, 50, joined the line of glittering stars, wishing the team good luck, and bandmate Howard Donald, 53, praising Southgate’s hard work.
Reality star and footballer Mark Wright, 34, revealed his childhood dream came and he has been patient for today.
Football: Gary Barlow, 50, joins the lineup of glittering stars, wishing squad luck, along with bandmate Howard Donald, 53, praising Southgate’s hard work
Waiting for this: Reality star and footballer Mark Wright, 34, reveals his childhood dream and he has been patient for today
The JLS donned the England jersey to show their support for the team, with Marvin Humes, 36, reassuring the team that the whole country is behind them.
Singer Ella Henderson, 25, will enjoy a pint to show her support for the team.
Even Bear Grylls, 47, showed his support by showing the courage of the England spirit that is reflected in the football team.
Peter Chilton, goalkeeper legend, 71, who holds the title of England’s player with the most caps with 125 appearances, also cheered on the players.
Boxer Anthony Joshua, 31, expressed his admiration for the British team’s efforts.
Words of Wisdom: Boxer Anthony Joshua, 31, expresses admiration for the England team’s efforts
Among the celebrities who came to support the team, Boris Johnson and Queen also called on England to ‘take him home’ in a personal letter to Gareth Southgate and his ‘brother band’ ahead of the Euro 2020 final.
The prime minister praised the team’s ‘sheer talent’ as he called on them to lift the trophy against Italy at Wembley on Sunday, saying they had ‘made history.’
Meanwhile, the Queen previously sent ‘good wishes’ and praised the team’s ‘spirit, commitment and pride’ in a short note to Southgate as she recalled presenting Sir Bobby Moore’s World Cup in 1966, England’s last major tournament win.
The Queen (left) congratulated Gareth Southgate and the England players for reaching the Euro 2020 final and praised their ‘passion, commitment and pride’, while Boris Johnson praised the ‘band of brothers’ (right)
Meanwhile, Gareth Southgate urged the nation to ‘stop seeing the negativity of our own country’ as ‘England has a lot to be proud of’ as he amassed millions of patriotic fans.
Calling on the courage of the Second World War generation, the England manager said England should not be ashamed of its history – as he praised his troops’ role in promoting ‘tolerance and inclusion’.
Speaking at a news conference with his captain Kane on Saturday night at the Grove Hotel in Hertford, Southgate said his focus was on ‘bringing the trophy home’, adding: ‘We are here to win.’
In his message, the king recalled presenting the Jules Rimet trophy to Bobby Moore 55 years ago when England last won the tournament
Gareth Southgate (pictured) has urged the nation to ‘stop looking at the negativity of our own country’ as ‘England have a lot to be proud of’ ahead of tomorrow night’s Euro 2020 final