Rod Stewart, 77, returns to Celtic’s hometown of Glasgow for the final leg of his UK tour

Back to the Bhoys! Devoted Celtic fan Sir Rod Stewart, 77, returns to the club’s home of Glasgow for the final leg of his UK tour

Sir Rod Stewart returned to the home of his beloved Celtic football team in Glasgow on Tuesday for the final leg of his UK tour.

The music legend, 77, attracted attention in a gold suit for the energetic performance at the city’s OVO Hydro Arena.

Sir Rod’s outfit consisted of a baroque-style metallic blazer, which he paired with pinstriped trousers and a waistcoat.

Rocker: Sir Rod Stewart, 77, returned to the home of his beloved Celtic Glasgow on Tuesday for the final leg of his UK tour

Rocker: Sir Rod Stewart, 77, returned to the home of his beloved Celtic Glasgow on Tuesday for the final leg of his UK tour

He layered the look over an oversized collar white shirt and slipped into a pair of solid color brogues.

The rocker also donned an assortment of necklaces and styled his blonde locks in spikes.

Sir Rod was joined on stage by a female backing band as he belted out his classic hits for the 14,000 seat venue.

Showtime: The music legend attracted attention in a gold suit for the energetic performance at the city's OVO Hydro Arena

Showtime: The music legend attracted attention in a gold suit for the energetic performance at the city’s OVO Hydro Arena

Ladies man: Sir Rod was joined on stage by a female backing band as he belted out his classic hits for the 14,000 seat venue

Ladies man: Sir Rod was joined on stage by a female backing band as he belted out his classic hits for the 14,000 seat venue

He passionately grabbed the microphone and showed his dance moves to the enthusiastic audience.

In October, the singer was seen cheering for his beloved football team before they were defeated 2-0 by RB Leipzig at Celtic Park in the city.

He waved a green and white scarf over his head as he stood next to his son Alastair, 19, during the game.

Rock star: Sir Rod's outfit consisted of a baroque-style metallic blazer, which he paired with pinstriped trousers and a waistcoat

Rock star: Sir Rod’s outfit consisted of a baroque-style metallic blazer, which he paired with pinstriped trousers and a waistcoat

Unbelievable: The show featured huge projections of the star on screens to ensure the entire audience could see

Unbelievable: The show featured huge projections of the star on screens to ensure the entire audience could see

Smart: He layered the look over an oversized collar white shirt and slipped into a pair of monochrome brogues

Smart: He layered the look over an oversized collar white shirt and slipped into a pair of monochrome brogues

The star was seen blowing a kiss to another viewer and appeared in the stands in very good spirits.

However, his smile soon faded when his team fell from the Champions League.

The Do You Think I’m Sexy singer revealed in an interview with Talksport last year how his father’s influence made him a member of the Tartan Army.

Flashback: Footage of Sir Rod from his younger days was used

Flashback: Footage of Sir Rod from his younger days was used

Beaming: Sir Rod was in his element as he took the stage

Beaming: Sir Rod was in his element as he took the stage

He explained how, as an Englishman, he came to be a die-hard Scotland and Celtic fan.

Sir Rod was born in Highgate, north London, and grew up in the British capital. His father Robert was Scottish.

He lived in Scotland with his English wife Elsie and their first four children were born there.

Cheerful: The rocker waved a green and white scarf over his head as he stood next to his son Alastair, 16, during the game

Fan: In October, the singer was spotted cheering on his beloved football team before they were beaten 2-0 by RB Leipzig at Celtic Park in the city (pictured with son Alastair)

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