One of the most glorious shows in football is the incongruity of celebrities.
Think of Coolio at Celtic Park, the regular appearances of Gordon Ramsay at Ibrox and Wet Wet Wet which sponsors Clydebank.
Unfortunately, the type of celebrity that will show up on a soggy soccer field and jump during half-time draw will probably not be from the A-list and probably approaches the end of its 15-minute fame.
This does not mean that the superstars of the world do not follow the beautiful game, and some of them are crazy about Scottish football.
Do not you believe it? Here are five celebrities and Scottish teams that definitely * support.
* certainly not
Will Smith – Motherwell
This first is easy. Yes, nominated for the Oscar, Grammy winner and king of the hit film, Will Smith is a motherwell fan.
Last year he sent a video to a young Well fan saying, "I hear that Motherwell supports? Congratulations!"
The most cynical among you might suggest that he was simply polite and was making a New Year's Eve in the process, but Big Willie's filmography is a clear ode to Stephen Robinson's physical but effective team.
The concussion speaks for itself, Men In Black is clearly a nod to the referees, and the Hollywood superstar is currently shooting his third Bad Boys movie. So far we have not been able to confirm Wild Wild: "Well was the tentative title of his 1999 western comedy, but the evidence suggests it is so.
Taylor Swift – Kilmarnock
Last year he embarked on a tour in the stadium that hosted 53 shows and grossed over $ 300 million, but when he is not traveling there is nothing that Taylor Swift loves more than watching Kilmarnock.
Killie fans made an appearance at Youssouf Mulumbu last season, on the notes of Earth, Wind & Fire & # 39; s "September". He played around Rugby Park when he scored the winner against Celtic, and just two months after Swift released a cover of that same song.
She was also photographed with Marie Osmond, who sang the Killie anthem "Paper Roses".
Not convinced? In the summer of 2014, Kilmarnock tore up their grass field and discussed one in plastic. In August of the same year, Tay-Tay released his new single, "Shake It Off".
The chorus starts like this: "the players will play, play, play, play / and the haters will hate, hate, hate, hate, hate."
Clearly it is the surface of Rugby Park. Case closed.
Beyoncé – Aberdeen
Beyoncé and Jay-Z are undoubtedly the most famous power couple in the world, and have been seen at the Paris Saint-Germain games.
Bey's true love of football is Aberdeen, and her 2006 hit "Irreplaceable" was written for the transfer of Kevin McNaughton to Cardiff that summer.
Since then he has published "Formation", a passionate exhortation to Derek McInnes to return to 4-4-2, although his tactical acumen was questioned when he called Lowe Up Top.
Admiration is also mutual, with Derek McInnes channeling Beyoncé after reporting Greg Stewart to Pittodrie.
"If you liked it, you should put a ring on it," said Chief Killie, Steve Clarke.
Banksy – Partick Thistle
Ok, so nobody really knows who he is. But that certainly means that Banksy is a fan of Patrick Thistle.
Think about it: favorite hipsters? Take a look. Ironically attending The Arches? Take a look. Speaking of politics and the state of the modern world in a humorous and abstract way? Take a look.
Actually, come to think of it, our own facts of the old company could be Banksy.
We're not saying that he supports Thistle, because he will not tell us who he supports, but he has never denied being Banksy …
Barack Obama – Dundee
The well-known football fan Barack Obama is interested in Scottish football and currently follows Dundee, but is more interested in a manager than a team.
Jim McIntyre won the President's heart for the first time when he was fired from Ross County last season, despite the general agreement that he had done a great job over the last three years.
The former striker was then replaced by a perma-tanned type with day teeth, who talked about a good match but could not even organize a wall.
It's no wonder then that Barry soon decided to follow Jimmy Mac throughout his career, and with the American owners at Dens Park he could show up for a match before the end of the season.
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