Love Island’s Laura Whitmore among stars watching Coldplay at Wembley


Olly Murs, Laura Whitmore, Jose Baxter and Tommy Fury were among the celebrities who saw Coldplay live at Wembley last weekend

Coldplay took to the stage at Wembley Stadium as part of their Music of the Spheres World Tour.

With a capacity of 90,000 and six sold-out shows, millions have traveled to London to see the British rock band perform.

And among these were many famous faces in the crowd, including reality stars, models, dancers, footballers and singers.

Singer Olly Murs was spotted sticking his tongue out as he posed ahead of the show with his new fiancée Amelia Tank, while Aljaž Škorjanec, who is known for his talents on Strictly Come Dancing, danced through the crowd Saturday night.

“Pretty overwhelming,” McFly frontman Tom Fletcher said after taking his kids to the Sunday night show.

Shortly after Giorgio Russo watched his sister, Alessia, and the Lionesses win the Euros at Wembley, he returned for a very different kind of night – some rock music.

Irish presenter Laura Whitmore, who has seen the band in concert on several occasions, took her comedian husband Iain Sterling to enjoy his first Coldplay show.

And with the couple famous for hosting and voice-overs on Love Island, it would be rude not to mention the Love Island stars who have been spotted at Wembley.

Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page, who came fourth in the latest Love Island series, made a video of their Coldplay experience for TikTok.

The 2021 finalists, Chloe Burrows and Toby Arolmolaran, opened the bubbles for their musical evening.

Chloe described it as her “favorite night out.”

2021 contestant Lucinda Strattford also attended the concert – but in the standing section.

2019 reality show finalists Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury posted a romantic selfie with Coldplay song lyrics in the caption.

Former professional footballer, Jose Baxter also used song lyrics in his caption, writing “Sky full of stars”.

Super Sport golf presenter Richard Maspero described the performance as the “best” he had seen this summer “by a mile”.

Radio X presenter Dan Grasser took to his Twitter to praise Coldplay as they took comedic actor Alan Partdrige on stage.

Social media star and Fulfill Nutrition ambassador Bronte King said Coldplay was “absolutely amazingeeeeee” as she wrote how she smiled.

Italian model Laura Fazzino, who was seen sporting a Coldplay t-shirt, posted four Instagram posts from her night out at Wembley.

Kirsty Bush Wacker, the founder of The Gary Bush Foundation charity, also looked great in some of the Music of the Spheres World Tour merchandise.

Malaysian singer-songwriter Daiyan Trisha shared an emotional video on Twitter as the rock band sang Fix You.


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