Rylan Clark teased his fans with West Ham’s VIP gourmet menu as he attended their Europa League game against Olympique Lyonnais. Rylan took to his Instagram story to share the evening with his 1.5 million followers.
The Big Brother star posted a selfie as he headed to the game with a gif showing West Ham’s motto ‘I always blow bubbles’. Rylan then shared a preview of the VIP menu at the London Stadium as he prepared for kick-off.
“Naughty,” he wrote, pointing to the menu which began with a selection of breads. The guests then had the choice between three starters including a Lyonnaise tart with smoked bacon. As a main course, fans could choose between beef bourguignon, roast salmon with lentils and roasted vegetable cassoulet.
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For dessert, tarte tatin, chocolate praline ingot and fruit platter of your choice. But the refreshments didn’t stop there as the half-time tea party was a stadium cheese platter and full-time fans could indulge in a selection of eclairs. Rylan spent the night in style as he had prime seating and sang the Irons’ song with the rest of the crowd during the opening light show.
Rylan showed off the rest of the night to his fans and celebrated the Hammers goal with the rest of the stadium. Although West Ham were shown a red card and Lyon equalized in the 66th minute with Tanguy Ndombele scoring Lyon’s only goal of the night, Rylan had a great night and ended it with a video of the players leaving the pitch and the caption “good game good game”. .
It was West Ham and Lyon’s first leg of the Europa League and the score remains 1-1 on aggregate ahead of the Hammers’ trip to Lyon on April 14. Rylan’s attendance at the game comes after he made more public engagements following his split from husband of six years Dan Neal.
The star recently revealed The Observer that he was hospitalized for “security reasons” following the split: “I didn’t think I would be there. I didn’t think I could continue [to work or to live]. I didn’t really expect to come back. I was very… gone. I’m the last person my friends would think could feel as depressed as I do. Superficially, on paper, I can take care of myself, but in reality, then and for months after, neither money nor fame mattered. I didn’t know myself at times. I was having thoughts and doing things that were driving me… screwed, for lack of a better word. I didn’t understand why I was doing this to myself. So, I left for a bit.”
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