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Rod Stewart, 77, returns to Celtic’s native Glasgow for the latest leg of his UK Tour

It’s back among the Bhoys! Rod Stewart, 77 year old, is a dedicated Celtic fan and returns to Glasgow for his UK Tour.

Sir Rod Stewart was back in Glasgow to play for his Celtic football team on Tuesday, the latest leg on his UK tour. 

The legendary musician, at 77, was dressed in a bright gold suit for an energetic performance at OVO Hydro Arena.

Sir Rod wore a metallic baroque blazer with pin-stripped trousers. He teamed it with a waistcoat.  

Rocker: Sir Rod Stewart, 77, returned to his beloved Celtic’s native Glasgow on the latest leg of his UK tour on Tuesday

He The look was layered over a white shirt with an extra large collar. He then slipped his feet in a pair monochrome brogues. 

He also wore a variety of necklaces and styled blonde hair into spikes.

Sir Rod was joined on stage with a female backing group as he belted out classic songs for the 14,000 seats venue. 

Showtime: The Musical Legend Commanded Attention In A Gold Suit For The Energetic Performance At The City'S Ovo Hydro Arena

Showtime: The musical legend commanded attention in a gold suit for the energetic performance at the city’s OVO Hydro Arena

Ladies Man: Sir Rod Was Joined On Stage By A Female Backing Band As He Belted Out His Classic Hits For The 14,000 Seat Venue

Ladies man: Sir Rod was joined on stage by a female backing band as he belted out his classic hits for the 14,000 seat venue

He He grabbed the microphone with passion and showed his dancing moves to the delighted audience.

In October the singer was spotted cheering on his beloved football team before they were defeated 2-0 defeat against RB Leipzig at Celtic Park in the city.

He As he stood beside his son Alastair (19 years old), during the game, he waved a green-and-white scarf over his head.

Rockstar: Sir Rod'S Outfit Boasted A Baroque Style Metallic Blazer Which He Teamed With Pin-Stripped Trousers And A Waistcoat

Rockstar: Sir Rod’s outfit boasted a baroque style metallic blazer which he teamed with pin-stripped trousers and a waistcoat

Incredible: The Show Featured Huge Projections Of The Star On Screens To Ensure All The Audience Could See

Amazing: To ensure that everyone could see the star, the show featured large projections of him on large screens.

Smart: He Layered The Look Over A White Shirt With An Oversized Collar And Slipped His Feet Into A Pair Of Monochrome Brogues

Smart: He The look was layered over a white shirt featuring an oversized collar. He then slipped his feet into monochrome brogues.

The star was seen giving a kiss to another person and appearing in very good spirits at the stand. 

His smile quickly faded when his team was eliminated from the Champions League.  

In an interview with Talksport last summer, the Do You Think I’m Sexy singer explained how his father’s influence made him a Tartan Army member.

Throwback: Footage Was Used Of Sir Rod From His Younger Years

Throwback: Sir Rod’s younger years were marked by the use of footage 

Beaming: Sir Rod Appeared In His Element As He Took To The Stage

Beaming : Sir Rod looked in his element as the actor took to the stage 

He He explained that he was an Englishman who became a diehard Celtic and Scotland fan.

Sir Rod was born in Highgate in North London. He grew up in London. Robert, his father was from Scotland.

He His English wife Elsie was born in Scotland, and he lived there with their four first children. 

Joyous: The Rocker Waved A Green And White Scarf Above His Head As He Stood Alongside His Son Alastair, 16, During The Game

Fan: In October the singer was spotted cheering on his beloved football team before they were defeated 2-0 defeat against RB Leipzig at Celtic Park in the city  (pictured with son Alastair)

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