PETER CROUCH was sensational on stage with the rock band Kasabian at the Isle of Wight Festival on Saturday night.
The former England striker stepped out in front of an enthusiastic crowd for the Leicester group’s hit ‘Fire’.
And the Liverpool and Tottenham ex-husband seemed to be loving life as he showed off his famous moves just as the song really kicked in.
Crouch, who has performed the robot dance step while celebrating goals several times during his career, is a regular at the Isle of Wight Festival and has professed his love for the event in the past.
He is also good friends with Serge Pizzorno – the guitarist, singer and songwriter of Kasabian.
Pizzorno took over as lead singer from frontman Tom Meighan in 2020.
It was just 24 hours before Meighan pleaded guilty to assaulting his fiancé, Vikki Ager.
But Kasabian have continued without their former singer.
And Pizzorno has spoken out about his friendship with Crouch in the past.
Speaking to That Peter Crouch Podcast about the possibility of Crouchy taking the stage with Kasabian in 2019, Pizzorno said, “Remember we talked about that — about Crouchy learning bass and getting on stage one day.
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“But did you see the Petr Cech thing he did? I saw this and just had a chill.
“It’s like Pete and I say, ‘Yeah, it’s going to be great’ and everyone’s like, ‘Oh boys!’.”
When asked if Crouchy could play maracas instead, the Kasabian rock star added, “I think that might be a better move than a real instrument!”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/5593822/peter-crouch-kasabian-isle-of-wight-festival/ Watch as Peter Crouch takes to the stage with Kasabian at the Isle of Wight Festival and fans love the ex-England star’s dance