The Italian tenor sang Nessum Dorma before the Foxes game with Everton
Iconic tenor Andrea Bocelli joined in with the Leicester City celebrations at the King Power Stadium before their game with Everton this evening.
Walking out arm in arm with Claudio Ranieri, Bocelli sang a rousing rendition of Nessun Dorma prior to kick-off as the Foxes celebrated becoming Premier League champions for the first time.
Safe to say that things got somewhat emotional, inside and outside the stadium.
Ranieri standing upright + proud in centre circle next to Bocelli singing Nessun Dorma at Leicester's coronation. Football's perfect moment— Oliver Holt (@OllieHolt22) May 7, 2016
Unbelievable scenes at the King Power. What a performance from Bocelli and Rainieri! pic.twitter.com/FPD0GGpKl7— Paddy Power (@paddypower) May 7, 2016
Andrea Bocelli singing Nessun Dorma at the King Power Stadium. The beautiful game. pic.twitter.com/5wwf2mdRD2— InsideWorldFootball (@insidewldftball) May 7, 2016
This is beautiful. Can't stop the tears.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 7, 2016
Andrea Bocelli - like Leicester's season, just pitch perfect. The most moving thing I've seen & heard before a football match— Guy Mowbray (@Guymowbray) May 7, 2016
Not your average title celebration - and just spine-tingling from Andrea Bocelli with a very emotional Claudio Ranieri at his side.— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) May 7, 2016
Andrea Bocelli game by numbers at the King Power Stadium:— Squawka Football (@Squawka) May 7, 2016
100% notes hit
32,000 backing singers
1 standing ovation pic.twitter.com/pooesKyboP