In a heartwarming show of solidarity, celebrities including Geri Horner, Emma Bunton, and Jess Glynne have taken to social media to convey their support for England’s Lionesses as they prepare for the World Cup final.
The Lionesses secured their place in the final after a thrilling 3-1 victory over Australia, featuring goals from Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp, and Alessia Russo.
The highly anticipated final will see England face off against Spain on Sunday.
A special video montage featuring well-known figures like Paloma Faith, Aitch, and Rio Ferdinand was shared on social media platforms to wish the team luck.
Geri Horner, Emma Bunton, and Jess Glynne all shared encouraging words, expressing pride in the team’s achievements and conveying their best wishes for the upcoming final.
A Celestial Show of Support
Geri Horner, fondly remembered as a Spice Girl, applauded the Lionesses’ accomplishments in a video message.
She conveyed her pride in the team’s performance and hailed their inspirational qualities.
Emma Bunton, another member of the iconic Spice Girls group, extended her well wishes and admiration for the team’s achievements, expressing her excitement and anticipation for the final.
Jess Glynne, known for her hit songs, conveyed her enthusiasm and support, praising the team’s incredible performance throughout the tournament.
She playfully donned a Lioness t-shirt and jumped into a pool to celebrate their success.
Other Figures Join in the Cheers
The outpouring of support extended beyond the Spice Girls, with a host of celebrities joining the chorus of well wishes.
From Dame Kelly Holmes’ motivational words to Rio Ferdinand’s historic recognition of the moment, the celebrities rallied behind the Lionesses.
Yungblud, Aitch, Paloma Faith, and others each added their unique messages of encouragement, pride, and empowerment, creating a sense of unity and positivity around the team.
Victory Over Adversity
The Lionesses’ journey to the final was marked by a hard-fought victory against Australia in a tense match.
With second-half strikes from Alessia Russo and Lauren Hemp, England secured their place in history by making it to their first-ever World Cup final.
The team’s resilience and determination were on full display, as they silenced a home crowd of 75,000 Australian fans to secure their place in the final against Spain.
As the Lionesses gear up for the monumental final, the unwavering support from celebrities and fans alike serves as a source of inspiration.
The team’s remarkable journey has captured the hearts of the nation, and the hopes and dreams of millions are now focused on their pursuit of World Cup glory.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn