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Friday, Jun 14, 2024

K-Pop group STAYC tell Ibrox crowds 'we love Rangers' after top 'mix-up'

Popular K-Pop band STAYC have told a crowd at Ibrox "we love Rangers" after they wore one of the club's retro tops during a gig in Texas - apparently by accident.

The K-Pop group STAYC's wardrobe choice during a gig in Dallas, Texas, where they mistakenly wore retro kits from Glasgow Rangers, a Scottish football club, instead of local baseball team Texas Rangers' tops. The wardrobe mix-up gained attention, and the group made headlines.

Following this, STAYC announced a surprise meet-up with fans at Ibrox, the stadium of Glasgow Rangers, during their first trip to Scotland. They introduced themselves to K-pop fans who had gathered outside Edmiston House, waving, making heart signs, and expressing their support for the football club. They even wore custom-made Rangers strips with the number 23 and STAYC printed on the back.

Despite the mix-up, Rangers fans on social media appreciated STAYC's fashion choice, and a spokesperson for Rangers mentioned that it triggered nostalgia for the club.

STAYC, a K-Pop group from South Korea, debuted in 2020 and is set to perform at Wembley alongside other K-pop stars for Korea on Stage in London.

It's worth noting that wearing football club attire is a common trend among celebrities, and this incident highlighted the global appeal of football clubs like Glasgow Rangers.

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