Singer Sam Fender enjoyed a bonkers album launch and Newcastle Takeover double party on Thursday night.
And then the diehard Toons fan had viewers in hysterics after admitting to ‘I’m Really Hungover’ after appearing on BBC Breakfast.
Fender’s new record Seven Going Under was revealed at midnight on Friday morning.
But just hours later her beloved magpies confirmed Mike Ashley’s 14-year stint as owner.
Sports Direct tycoon sold the club to a Saudi Arabia-backed consortium for £300 million.
and Jules Holland, after recording for Fender, headed to St. James Park to attend his band and management ceremony.
Their saxophonist Johnny ‘Blue Hat’ Davis rose on a statue to immerse a crowd of thousands as the team enjoyed plenty of free beer from their local fans before heading to the Strawberry Pub right next to the stadium.
With the album dropping at midnight, Fender was already booked to plug it in for a TV interview on BBC Breakfast.
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So the squad was sent back to Manchester late last night, with Fender FaceTiming Toon hero Alan Shearer on the way.
And he somehow managed to get in front of the cameras by 9 a.m. – albeit a little bad to wear.
Still wearing his retro tracksuit top, Fender said: “My saxophone player Johnny got on the statue and started playing Local Hero and 5,000 Geordies started singing as Ashley is out.
“Of all the people I’ve seen, I took about a thousand selfies, the proper crowd.
“Everyone was absolutely class and they gave us a lot of cans and I’m really hungry… I’m really, really hungry.
“But these things don’t happen.”
The presenter replied: “Appreciate your honesty on that, Sam,” before asking if it ‘feels like a big moment for the club’.
Fender quipped: “Yeah, I feel like I’m on talkSPORT!”
But he had the presence of mind to recognize the important human rights issues that would arise from the Saudi takeover.
The 27-year-old said: “It’s obviously quite a controversial situation.
“But I’m really happy for the fans, the city and what it can bring, financially, to our city.
“It’s a bitter moment – we’re amazed but there are a lot of things in question that we probably need some transparency on.”
Finally when asked if he was feeling well, he managed to exit: “Yeah, we’re fine. Everything’s fine. I’m fine.”
After saying ‘c**p’ live on air, Bibb also had to apologize.
And the fans watching at home were loving the interview.
Newcastle couple Ant and December tweeted: “Fantastic!! good lad. @samfendermusic in his toon tracksuit on the telly.”
Niall Horan commented: “Get on Sammy Fender.”
One said: “I’m surprised Fender made it last night looking at the visuals on his Instagram.”
Another replied: “Live on BBC Breakfast Sam Fender sat in his NUFC jumper, hungry, gulping water at every opportunity, knocking out the local hero after a night in Newcastle with thousands of NUFC fans. Amazing. “
A third added: “Sam Fender interview on BBC Breakfast Absolutely crying and loving – understandably she’s hungry after the Newcastle takeover.”
One wrote: “Thoughts and prayers for Sam Fender, who, following the acquisition of NUFC, spent the night at Strawberries before his big BBC interview at today’s album launch. The most authentically Geordie hangover I could possibly imagine “
And one end user cleverly joked: “Looks like he’s been on fenders three days.”