He bloody loves it.
Footballer Peter Crouch has been spotted in the mosh pit at Kasabian‘s performance at Isle of Wight festival last night (22 June).
A video clip was posted on Twitter of the Stoke City striker getting down to ‘Empire’, with the caption: ‘Crouchy in the mosh pit, everybody’s lost it.’
Other IOW festival attendees were also pretty excited to see him.
Fans watching festival highlights at home also noticed the footballer in the crowd.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Kasabian super fan Crouch has been spotted at one of their gigs.
Back in December, the footballer was seen at one of the band’s O2 Arena dates, with the band’s Serge Pizzorno spotting the striker and pulling him in for a hug.
In December 2014, Crouch was seen celebrating Stoke City’s 3-2 win against Arsenal with a cheeky crowdsurf at Kasabian’s O2 Academy Brixton gig in London.
Kasabian even thanked the striker ‘and his missus’ (Abbey Clancy) when they picked up their award for Best British Band at the NME Awards 2015.
The footballer makes no secret of his love for music, and he even once filled on for Gordon Smart on Radio X in 2014, hosting his show for two weeks.
He also appeared in Peace‘s 2015 music video for ‘Gen Strange’ – check out behind-the-scenes photos here.
Speaking of the cameo, he explained: “Someone pulled out, I was the supersub.’
He’s also revealed himself to be a massive fan of The 1975 and Catfish and the Bottlemen.
What a man.