ZAC EFRON turned up to watch Tottenham in their kit – having previously worn an Arsenal shirt watch the North London rivals.
Hollywood star Efron was in the stands as Spurs took on Brighton as they desperately battle to secure a top four finish in the Premier League this season.
1 Zac Efron wore an Arsenal shirt to watch the Gunners in 2012 but donned a Tottenham shirt on Tuesday
And the Greatest Showman star was happy to don a Tottenham shirt as he watched Mauricio Pochettino's side snatch a late 1-0 win over the Seagulls.
The 31-year-old posed for pictures and lapped up the attention of the cameras and fans as he looked on when Christian Eriksen struck a dramatic winning goal.
But while Spurs were happy with the reflected glory of the film star cheering them on, it appears Efron himself is not a committed fan of the club.
For seven years ago the ex-High School Musical actor took in another game of football in North London – only it was watching bitter rivals Arsenal against Chelsea.
Efron was decked out in a a red Gunners shirt for the match and was seemingly happy to be known as a supporter of the red half of North London.
The actor is in Britain promoting his new film Extremely Wicked, where he plays the role of famed serial killer Ted Bundy.
Five years ago, in an interview with the BBC, Efron admitted his a huge football fan.
He said: "I get to a few LA Galaxy games, but not enough. It's fun and the sport is really starting to grow in the United States.
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"I saw David Beckham play a few times and watched a game next to him, which was awesome. He is a great dude.
"When I am in the UK, I always try to get to a game. I saw Arsenal play Chelsea in 2012.
"The chants you have here are insane – like a long poem that every single person knows. It is a little different to baseball."