On Wednesday night, England faced Denmark to fight for a place in the Euros 2020 final.
And James Corden reunited with his family at Wembley stadium, after 18 months apart, as he led the stars cheering on England at the Euros 2020 semi-final.
The Gavin and Stacey star, 42 - who now lives in America - took to Instagram to share a photograph of himself with his parents and two younger sisters in the stands.
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He came home! James Corden, 42, reunited with his family at Wembley, after 18 months apart, as he led the stars cheering on England at the Euros 2020 semi-final
Alongside the cute shot, James wrote: 'It's been almost a year and a half since I've been in the same room as my mum, dad and my sisters, And what a room to be in! I can't begin to tell you how emotional it's all making me! Come on England!!!!!'
Rio Ferdinand shared a video of himself geering up football fans just hours before the game began.
On Wednesday morning, Coleen Rooney, 35, led the stars taking to social media to share their excitement ahead of the big match.
The Liverpudlian beauty - who is married to former England captain Wayne Rooney -woke their kids by playing It's Coming Home, taking to her Instagram Stories to show off the special wake-up.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Coleen filmed their sleeping children while blaring out Three Lions (It's Coming Home) and added laughing emojis to her videos.
Morning! On Wednesday morning, Coleen Rooney, 35, woke her kids by playing 'It's Coming Home,' taking to her Instagram Stories to show off the special wake-up
Eldest son Kai, 11, rubbed his eyes and looked a little confused as he slowly sat up in bed while the song played out.
Baby Cass, three, was clearly already wide awake, and could be heard in the background yelling: 'Mum, mum.'
Next up, Klay, eight, and Kit, five, who lay next to each other in a football themed bed, refused to be woken from their slumber by the football anthem.
Excited! The Liverpudlian beauty led the stars taking to social media to share their excitement ahead of England v Denmark at Wembley as they fight for a place in the Euros 2020 final
What's going on? Eldest son Kai, 11, rubbed his eyes and looked a little confused as he slowly sat up in bed while the song played out
Bless him! Kai had been sleeping soundly before his mother burst in playing It's Coming Home
Not happening! Klay, eight, and Kit, five, who lay next to each other in a football themed bed, refused to be woken from their slumber by the football anthem
And other stars also took to social media ahead of England's Euros semi-final match against Denmark at Wembley.
Jack Whitehall shared a childhood photograph of himself wearing an England kit and holding up a cake adorned with candles.
The birthday boy - who is celebrating turning 33 - wrote alongside: 'I have only one birthday wish. Bring it home! #england.'
Roman Kemp, 28, took to Instagram where he posted a still of himself with England flags painted on his face, and screaming into a Capital FM microphone.
The radio host captioned the action shot: 'PLEASE @england PLEASE,' which led his famous uncle Gary Kemp, 61, to reminisce.
Commenting beneath, the Spandau Ballet star wrote: 'Saw so many England matches with you when you were a kid. Let's hope this one ends better than some of those. COE!!!!'
Throwback: Birthday boy Jack Whitehall, 33, shared a childhood photograph of himself wearing an England kit and wished for England to 'Bring it home!'
Please! Roman Kemp, 28, took to Instagram where he posted a still of himself with England flags painted on his face, and screaming into a Capital FM microphone
Sweet: The radio host's action shot led his famous uncle Gary Kemp, 61, to reminisce
Lady in red: Susanna Reid, 50, showed her support for England by sharing snaps of her GMB outfit - a bright red dress - with a red rose and the England flag in her caption
Atomic Kitten member Liz McClarnon, 40, posted a photograph of the artwork for their latest single: 'Southgate You're The One,' which has made it into the UK top 10.
The reworked version of the girlband's smash hit 'Baby, You're The One' has been an overnight success and the blonde beauty shared her enthusiasm on Instagram.
She wrote: 'It's been a whirlwind couple of days, but we are super excited and grateful to be able to contribute to the awesome energy and patriotism that is filling the England Streets with a brand new version of Whole Again.
'Totally inspired by the England Football fans in support of Gareth Southgate and the super talented England Football team, we Liz, Natasha and Jenny will be singing loud and proud 'Football's Coming Home! DOWNLOAD IT NOW!'
Amazing! Atomic Kitten member Liz McClarnon, 40, shared her enthusiasm as their latest single: 'Southgate You're The One,' made it into the UK top 10
Exciting stuff: Circling the news, Liz wrote: 'TOP 10! OH MY GOD'
Coleen's celebratory wake-up came as Mrs Justice Steyn rejected Rebekah Vardy's lawyers' bid at the High Court to issue a summary judgement on one part of Coleen's defence to the long-running £1million libel suit against her.
Her team have claimed a '2-1 victory in the semi final' as a judge ruled largely in her favour in the latest stage of her Wagatha Christie legal battle.
Although the judge did agree to strike out some sections of the Rooney defence - including a claim Mrs Vardy stole a seat behind Mrs Rooney at Euro 2016 to boost her profile - it left the majority of her case intact, and will only result in two paragraphs being removed, rather than the 12 demanded by Rebekah's lawyers.
Crucially, an application to strike out Coleen's 'public interest' defence was also rejected.
Getting into the spirit: Holly Willoughby, 40, wore an England T-shirt and waved a flag on This Morning as she geared up to watch the semi-final
Getting into the spirit: The presenter switched her pretty floral blouse for an England T-shirt
Hopeful! Nicola McLean, 39, wore a red England shirt and shared a lyric from Three Lions
Drumming up support: Will Mellor was on a London Bus to promote his single 'Vindaloo Two'
As England face Denmark at Wembley tonight, a source close to Coleen declared: 'This is the equivalent of a 2-1 win in the semi finals without the agony of extra time or a penalty shoot-out.'
Coleen Rooney's barrister David Sherborne argued that the 'exceptionally close relationship' Mrs Vardy is said to have had with The Sun is a key part of the case.
In written submissions, Mr Sherborne said Mrs Vardy had a 'habitual practice' of providing private information to the press to promote her profile.
He said: 'The timing of positive coverage of the claimant in The Sun was strikingly close to the publication of other articles ... that were leaked from the defendant's private Instagram.
'This supports the inference that the claimant was benefiting from the leak of private information about the defendant to the newspaper.'
Mr Sherborne added that that Mrs Vardy used her close relationship with The Sun or its journalists 'for the purposes of promoting or financially exploiting her public profile'.
The barrister later claimed that Mrs Vardy would receive a split of commission and revenue for stories given to The Sun through the Front Row Partnership, a PR agency where Mrs Vardy was a client.
Mrs Vardy has denied any knowledge or authorisation of passing on private information.
The long-running feud between the high-profile WAGS erupted after Coleen revealed that she had set a trap to see who was responsible for leaks to the media, which earned her the nickname Wagatha Christie.
Coleen famously wrote: 'I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which