Opera star Andrea Bocelli kicked off Leicester's Barclays Premier League coronation as he serenaded the crowd at the King Power Stadium.
And it was quite something.
The Italian was led on to the pitch by Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri before their final home game of the season against Everton, with Leicester having won the title.
As he sang Nessun Dorma the crowd - and the mascots on the pitch - waved blue and white flags.
Halfway through the song tenor Bocelli revealed he was wearing a Leicester shirt to spark huge cheers from the home fans.
Bocelli, who called Ranieri two months ago to offer his support in the title race with the Foxes manager helping to organise the performance, finished with Time To Say Goodbye.
And everyone loved the whole thing.
And it left all of us thinking exactly this.