The actor and musician, 60, who played bass for the 1980s new wave band, shared a video of himself celebrating Arsenal’s win yesterday (August 5).
His caption read: “Zinchenko Always believe in your soul!! @arsenal @romankemp @arsenalwfc.”
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Martin Kemp sings Spandau Ballet hit Gold
In the video, Martin can be heard saying: “Just got one thing to say,” before singing: “Zinchenko, always believe in your soul. You’ve got the power to know, you’re indestructible. Always believe in…”
Taking to the comments section, one fan joked: “No wonder Tony [Hadley] was lead vocalist!”
A second wrote: “Thank God Tony can’t play bass.”
No wonder Tony [Hadley] was lead vocalist!
And another said: “Lol that woke me up from my hangover.”
“Don’t give up the day job,” said another.
However, many also gushed about how much they loved the video.
One user said: “You’ve still got it Martin and so has your beautiful wife Shirlie.”
Martin’s wife Shirlie was part of the pop duo Pepsi & Shirlie.
“That’s brightened up my Saturday morning. Keep singing Martin. Keep scoring Arsenal,” a second user wrote.
And a third commented: “Great night singing a great song.”
Martin would love for Spandau Ballet to reunite
Back in 2020, Martin revealed that he’s still hoping for Spandau Ballet to have a reunion.
He told Smooth Radio: “I’m always up for it. It’s a really weird thing. Sometimes— it’s about ego a lot of the time. You know, it’s people getting over arguments.
“Because I’ve grown up acting, I think I’ve worked with a lot of people that I don’t quite get on with over the years. But you have to. So I think my look on it is different.”
Martin added: “But the way things are at the moment – Spandau, you know, we’re very volatile. We’re best friends when we’re together, and we’re not when we’re apart.
“Trying to get us together is so difficult. Too many things have happened, and too many things have been said over the years that makes it so difficult nowadays.”
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