A SCOTS World Cup rugby star has posted a hilarious video lip-syncing to Whitney Houston – as he declares his love for Irn-Bru.

Ex-Glasgow Warriors star Gordon Reid posted the hilarious clip from Japan on Twitter – which shows him staring lovingly at an Irn-Bru bottle in bed as I Will Always Love You blares.

Gordon declared his love for Irn-Bru
The rugby star is playing at the World Cup in Japan
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Towards the end of the bizarre video he cuddles up to the fizzy drink bottle before then giving it a kiss.

He wrote: “Can’t sleep. So let’s make a video”.

“@irnbru get your chequebook out”.

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Irvine-born Gordon then posted a second clip – as he lip-synced to (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing while taking swigs from the bottle.

Social media users were loving the self-described fizzy juice lover’s antics.

One wrote: “Great mate think this should be the new advert”.

Another commented: “Brilliant”.

A third Twitter user said: “Ah you got to love a man who celebrates in such style.”

And a fourth commented: “Legend”.



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Scotland’s rugby team secured a whopping 61-0 win over hapless Russia in their one-sided World Cup clash yesterday.

It came a week after they routed Samoa 34-0.

Next up for Gordon’s side is a tough test against dominant hosts Japan on Sunday – who have won their three matches so far since the tournament kicked off.

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