BORIS JOHNSON has urged England to 'bring it home' as celebrities across the UK joined the Euro 2020 party.
Gareth Southgate's men booked their spot in the semi-finals with a crushing 4-0 win over Ukraine on Saturday night.
The nation reacted with pure joy as England's heroes prepared to return to Wembley for Wednesday's semi-final against Denmark following their big night in Rome.
The Prime Minister led the tributes to England on Saturday night, tweeting: "An outstanding performance by @England tonight.
"We're all behind you for the semi-finals, bring it home."
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and president of the FA, wrote: "Another top team performance and clean sheet from England tonight.
"Well played to Ukraine. Can't wait for Wednesdays semi final!"
Former England striker Alan Shearer added: "What a magnificent performance and result @England.
"Be very very proud lads. Well done Gareth."
Piers Morgan tried and failed to keep his emotions in check, writing: "I’m trying to stay calm. I’m failing. It’s coming home."
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Oasis legend Liam Gallagher echoed Piers' sentiment, simply tweeting: "It's coming home."
Comedian Jack Whitehall wrote: "If we were whispering it after the Germany game, it's now up to a murmur… 'it's coming home'."
Chris Kamara reacted in trademark manner, saying: "Brilliant superb fantastic and most of all unbelievable.
"Oh what a night – might have to have another beer before bed."
Ant and Dec added: "Oh boy. Hard not to get carried away innit!?"
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