Ross Kemp is over the moon! What will he do if England actually win?!
As Grant Mitchell, former EastEnders star Ross Kemp was at times seriously scary and it seems the man himself can be a bit scary if England win a huge football game!
While most us were pretty happy that England had managed to beat Colombia on penalties – yes penalties! – Ross reacted a bit like England had won the World Cup.
In a cracking twitter post, Ross screams into the camera “THAT IS EVERYTHING”.
He says: “ You will never know what that means to me… THAT IS EVERYTHING, everything, everything. We love you boys… we love you!”
He’s pre match post showed that, erm, Ross is pretty passionate about the footy.
We await to see how Ross will respond if England beat Sweden on Saturday!
Mind you, one person that seemed even more pleased about England winning was ITV pundit Ian Wright - 24 million people watched ITV's coverage. Ian couldn’t look as Eric Dier stepped up to take the crucial penalty which took England through.
When a thrilled Ian hears that Eric has scored, he goes berserk, hugging co-pundits Lee Dixon and Gary Neville.
England’s quarter final game on Saturday will be live on BBC1, with kick off at 3pm.
Main pic: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock
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