Sam Fender has Greggs for life card

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 19 May 2019
Sam Fender

Sam Fender

'Poundshop Kardashians' hitmaker Sam Fender has a card that entitles him to unlimited free Greggs for life after buying loads of sausage rolls for the BRIT Awards audience

Sam Fender has a card that entitles him to unlimited free Greggs for life.

The 25-year-old singer-songwriter – who celebrated his Critics' Choice BRIT Award this February by buying loads of Greggs sausage rolls and throwing them round the venue – has revealed that he's been given a VIP card for "Geordie royalty" which ensures him free products from the bakery for life.

In an interview with Q magazine, he said: "Greggs for life mate. You just walk in and go 'Bing!' You've got to be Geordie royalty to get one of these.

"It's basically me, Shearer, Jimmy Nail, Ant & Dec, Cheryl and Sting. Sting's probably not a Greggs man but he'd definitely be allowed one."

The 'Poundshop Kardashians' hitmaker went on to explain that he won't be eating any junk food for a while – despite his merchandise being packaged in special kebab shop themed tin foil – as after his recent stint in the US, he projectile vomited thanks to all the fast food he'd eaten.

He added: "I've never puked that much in my whole life. It was ridiculous, I puked out the American flag."

The 'Play God' singer is set to tour this summer following the release of his hotly-anticipated debut album 'Hypersonic Missiles' however is concerned his recent call to jury service may affect his upcoming tour dates.

He said: "I've just seen I've got Jury service in July for f**k sake If I can't get out of that then I'm f***ed.

"These cases can go on for weeks. I'll have to walk in and be like 'Aye he's guilty let's just get this f***ing done I've got s**t to do."

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Sam Fender

Indie from the North Shields singer-songwriter and guitarist. After starting his career as an actor, Fender released a number of singles independently before being named one of the BBC's Sound of 2018.

Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow

Wed 7 Apr

£27.50 / 0141 552 4601

Thu 8 Apr

£27.50 / 0141 552 4601

De Montfort Hall, Leicester

Tue 8 Jun

£28 / 0116 233 3111

First Direct Arena, Leeds

Fri 30 Apr

£28.80–£31.55 / 0844 248 1585

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