Hollywood star Russell Crowe shared his love for Lazio and the Stadio Olimpico while attending the Sanremo Pageant, calling it ‘love at first sight’.
The 59-year-old actor, who famously performed Maximus Decimus Meridius in Gladiator, has lengthy had a love affair with Italy and in December 2022 was appointed by Rome’s mayor to be the worldwide ambassador of the capital.
Crowe, who was the most recent worldwide visitor on the third night of the Sanremo Pageant, has lengthy been open about his help for Lazio, which he confirmed in a press convention two years in the past following rumours that he was a Roma fan.
Chatting with RTL through Calciomercato.com at Sanremo, Crowe was first requested a few second earlier than he went on the Sanremo stage, the place he was seen taking a photograph with a Lazio scarf.
“I’m a Laziale, I may go loopy on the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. It was love at first sight with Italy and specifically with the capital.”
He confirmed that his subsequent musical tour would begin in Italy.
“I’ll include my band for a giant musical mission, I’ve chosen to begin the tour in Italy.”
Lastly, Crowe mentioned some recollections of Sanremo.
“In 2001 I got here to Sanremo when Raffaella Carrà hosted it, and earlier than that night I had performed in Italy.”
— calciomercato.com (@cmdotcom) February 9, 2024