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Mark Wright has joined in the party spirit as he watched Scottish football fans cheering ahead of the Euro 2020 game with England.
The former TOWIE star and footie fan, 34, shared a video of Scotland fans in high spirits chanting and marching through London last night.
The fans' fire has been lit by the upcoming England game that will take place tonight at 8pm, which Mark will be presenting on Sky Sports.
Mark shared the videos to his Instagram stories and caption them: "The [Scotland flag] have touched down in London in full voice!"
The kilt-wearing Scots were keen to party and threw beer in the air at Leicester Square while belting out some national football chants.
Mark Wright shares video of chanting Scotland fans marching through London ahead of England game
The football fans went on into dark, as they continued on into the night despite Metropolitan Police attempting to disperse them.
Mark shared a second snippet of the action later in the evening, to his 1.8m followers, and captioned it: "There's more [Scotland flag]."
The Heart radio presenter has reportedly been raking in a whopping £2,500 per show as he covered the Euros by presenting on a daily show that runs from 7am to 10am.
According to insiders, his stint on the show will sum up to more than £50,000 by the end of it all.
Hundreds of Scottish footie fans flocked to Leicester Square to get involved
The amped-up atmosphere carried on late into the evening
He co-hosts the segment with sports presenter Bela Shah, who Mark also posted a clip of today on his Instagram stories.
Mark mocked the presenter for sporting her "lovely dress" with Nike socks and trainers, which Bela was keen to point out was for comfort purposes.
Bela then pointed to her fancier footwear, a pair of black heels, which were placed on the floor next to her, ready for when filming started.
Mark Wright with his wife Michelle Keegan
Mark Wright has also vowed to streak on the Wembley pitch if Englan beats Scotland in today's game, and to never speak to wife Michelle Keegan's dad again if they lose.
The ex-Corrie star's dad is Scottish and is keen to see them wipe the floor with England.
Mark said her dad's number will be "getting blocked for at least a month" if Scotland win.