Jun 30, 2020
Queen Elizabeth II wears full Millwall kit as cardboard cut out of Her Majesty is spotted at The Den for Swansea clash
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SUPPORTERS may not be able to get into games but a surprise face managed to get into The Den tonight.
Queen Elizabeth II was spotted watching on Millwall in their Championship clash with Swansea - fully decked out in a Lions shirt.9 Queen Elizabeth II’s face was spotted fully-kitted out watching Millwall versus Swansea at The DenCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9 Swansea’s Ben Cabango battles with Millwall’s Shaun Hutchinson during the Championship clashCredit: Getty Images - Getty
Despite it being behind-closed-doors, many viewers were quick to spot the royal appointment in South East London.
One fan had paid for a cardboard cut-out of The Queen to be placed into the stands for the televised game.
But even with supporters not being allowed in, it has not stopped them from being inventive after the initiative was used by a number of clubs.
A host of teams from both the Premier League and Championship have personalised cut-outs in seats in order for their fans to still feel involved in the matches.
And her Majesty is the latest famous face to be seen looking in from the stands.9 One fan paid for a picture of Osama Bin Laden to be placed on a cardboard cut-out for the game against Fulham 9 Tiger King's Joe Exotic was spotted watching Leeds' promotion charge
Leeds United removed a cardboard cut-out of terrorist Osama Bin Laden after a fan paid for it to be placed at Elland Road for last weekend's game against Fulham.
Meanwhile, Tiger King chief and Carole Baskin's No1 rival Joe Exotic was also spotted watching Leeds' promotion charge.
Fans have been given the opportunity to pay £25 to have a cardboard cut out of themselves while matches are being played behind-closed-doors.
And one supporter spotted the opportunity to involve the imprisoned Netflix star for their crucial weekend victory over the Cottagers.
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The Manchester United legend first made his name in England at Forest, starring for Brian Clough for three years before his big move to Old Trafford.
Keane, who joined the club from Irish side Cobh Ramblers in 1990, played more than 150 games for Forest and won the Full Members' Cup in 1992.
As well as Keane, Forest legends Stuart Pearce and Stan Collymore were included - as well as a couple of more quirky entries.
Prince Harry, an Arsenal fan, and Meghan Markle have a seat in the ground, as well as Buzz Lightyear.
Where's Wally also had a seat, but wasn't very well hidden and was spotted by a photographer.9 Roy Keane holding an ice cream was printed out on a cardboard cut out at Nottingham Forest's City Ground 9 Prince Harry, an Arsenal fan, and Meghan Markle had their faces printed out at ForestCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9 Buzz Lightyear alongside other Forest fans at the City groundCredit: Rex Features 9 Club legends Stan Collymore and Stuart Pearce among a sea of Forest fansCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9 A not very well hidden Where's Wally was one of the cardboard cut outs at the groundCredit: Rex Features
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Lady Gaga Wears Chromatica Mask and Says Be Yourself, But Wear a Mask amid Pandemic
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Good luck reading Lady Gaga's poker face now!© Lady Gaga/ Instagram "I believe in being kind to yourself, the community, and the planet," Lady Gaga wrote
On Friday, the "Rain on Me" singer, 34, shared a selfie on Instagram showing off her Chromatica-themed mask, honoring her latest album and keeping safe amid the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.23 Cool Products That Could Sell Out In 2020 LEARN MORE Ad Gadgets Post
Gaga proudly wore the glittery black-and-pink face covering, which came complete with shiny spikes and dangling silver chains.
"Be yourself, but wear a mask!" she captioned the stylish photo. "I believe in being kind to yourself, the community, and the planet."
The Oscar nominee also tagged some of her "awesome friends," challenging them to also "show off their mask game," including former President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Ariana Grande and Tony Bennett.
Bennett, 93, quickly completed the challenge, posting a selfie wearing a large white mask. "We #kindlymask for all our loved ones, both at home and all around the world. We encourage you to share why you wear a mask," he wrote with the photo.
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In May, Gaga promoted the release of her latest album by donning a pink mask matching the project's aesthetic, embroidered with pointy spikes. Chromatica went on to become the biggest album of 2020 for a female artist so far.
"Delivering #Chromatica myself to every retailer around the world… in Chromatica time and distance do not exist