Heroically hungover Sam Fender on BBC Breakfast is a painfully funny watch
There were lots of Newcastle United fans out celebrating last night after long-reviled owner Mike Ashley finally sold up.
But singer-songwriter and Toon devotee Sam Fender was the only one of them who had to turn up on the BBC Breakfast sofa today.
And it’s fair to say he was still feeling the effects.
Newcastle fan Sam Fender took part in the celebrations following news of the club takeover yesterday.
— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) October 8, 2021
A painfully funny and entirely relatable watch (apart from sitting on the BBC Breakfast sofa, obviously).
Poor boy is seriously struggling here. Fair play. 😂😂😂👌🏻
— Jay Houston (@JayHou) October 8, 2021
Well this is just magnificent… pic.twitter.com/Lzuc7s8Txr
— Jeff Livingstone (@DefJeff) October 8, 2021
Hahaha bless him, lad’s hanging out his arse
— Chris F (@GeordieChris_F) October 8, 2021
Thoughts and prayers to Sam Fender who, after the NUFC takeover, spent the night caning it in the Strawberry before his big BBC interview on today’s album launch. The most authentically Geordie hangover I can possibly imagine
— Nicole (@NicoleMorleyPet) October 8, 2021
And here are just a few glimpses of his (very) big night.
Sam Fender and his sax player Johnny Davis outside St James’ Park tonight…
Brought a tear to my eye 🥲
— Lee Robson (@leerobson23) October 7, 2021
— Petesy (@OwenPeterson79) October 7, 2021
— strawberrypub (@theberrypub) October 7, 2021
Last word to these guys.
— antanddec (@antanddec) October 8, 2021
And this guy.
😂😂😂😂 go on sammy fender
— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) October 8, 2021
Source Twitter @BBCBreakfast