Rod Stewart toppled backwards on a sofa and asked 'who needs computers?' as he had fun with his family on Wednesday.
Sharing the 'home entertainment' to his Instagram grid, the rocker, 77, joined his children Ruby, 34, Renee, 29, and 27-year-old Liam on one of the living room sofas as they prepared to use their weight to thrust it back.
In the 15-second-clip, which showed several glasses of wine on a nearby table, someone could be heard counting to three before they all pushed backwards, causing the sofa to overturn with them still on it.
The Talentless founder, 38, enjoyed dinner with Rod Stewart, his son Sean Stewart and daughter Kimberly Stewart at LAVO Ristorante in West Hollywood.
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Sir Rod Stewart joins line up for Queen's Platinum Jubilee concert
Rod has joined the line up to play for Queen's Platinum Jubilee concert on June 4.
The Platinum Party at the Palace will be held over the long bank holiday weekend.
Rod Stewart and his son Sean Stewart spent quality time grabbing a late dinner at Nobu Malibu on Tuesday night.
The singer, 77, put on a very trendy display in a navy bomber jacket featuring white horse prints, which he wore above a white striped T-shirt.
He continued his very youthful ensemble with a pair of matching brogues and distressed jeans, while wrapping up in a navy scarf.
Waving towards onlookers, he revealed he was clutching a pair of grey glasses and, of course, wore his silver locks in his iconic shaggy hairdo.
Meanwhile The Hills star, 41, whose mum is Rod's ex-wife Alana Stewart, looked suave in a navy-and-white plaid shirt above a grey sleeveless padded jacket.
He continued his outfit with a pair of white trousers and grey trainers, while shooting a thumbs up towards fans.
Rod and his team clad themselves in green and white following the huge occasion for Celtic fans
Rod Stewart celebrated Celtic's title win by sharing a picture of himself and all his backing girls on stage in Hoops jerseys.
Lifelong Celtic fan Rod kicked off his world tour on Friday night, performing at Caesars Palace in Vegas.
He couldn't resist having an extra special celebration after his favourite team won the league.
ROD Stewart has celebrated Celtic's title win by sporting hoops in a plush LA neighbourhood.
The Celtic-daft rocker uploaded a picture to his Instagram of him wearing the green and white strip in front of the iconic Beverly Hills sign.
The 77-year-old singer donned a bandana and a pair of aviators and had one finger raised in the air in the social media post.
He captioned the pic: "Celts are Champions again!"
He also tagged the Glasgow side in the post.
Over 9,000 people reacted to the singers post - withy other Hoops fans joining the celebrations as they posted in the comments.
Forever young! Rod Stewart is returning to Las Vegas this week for his residency engagement, and the celebrated singer is opening up to ET about some changes to the new show and how he's managed to get healthier than he's ever been at 77.
Stewart -- who is also gearing up to kick off a new tour -- explained to ET's Matt Cohen, "I have a trainer who's always with me, [getting me] running, cycling, everything."
"So this knee is steel," Stewart added, nodding to his rebuilt knee. "And the ankle, so I can run really fast now."
"I always have to give people what they want, so they want to hear the songs that made me famous. But we've added a few [new songs] and a couple of songs by other people," said Stewart, who revealed that he'll be performing covers of Blondie's "Call Me" and "Hot Stuff" by Donna Summer.
Stewart also teased his upcoming North American tour, kicking off June 10 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, which he called "a very colorful and sexy show."
After a career spanning six decades, Stewart is still rocking hard and delighting audiences, and the singer says it's simply "because I love it."
"It's part of who I am. In fact, it is who I am," Stewart said. "This is what the good lord put me on this earth to do, nothing else."
Music legend Sir Rod Stewart pays a visit to a famous Dublin pub.
The 77-year-old singer-songwriter was snapped during a visit to the iconic John Kavanagh, The Gravediggers pub in Glasnevin.
Sending local fans into a frenzy, Sir Rod can be seen posing for photos with bar staff and wearing a suitably snazzy check jacket.
The photos of Rod Stewart in the famous Dublin pub were posted to John Kavanagh, The Gravedigger’s social media accounts yesterday.
Staff were “delighted” to welcome the iconic musician. The post read, “What a legend so delighted that Mr Rod Stewart stopped in… yes folks music legend…
“And today, on the date that Grace Gifford and Joseph Plunkett were married in 1916 and the same date he was executed.”
According to the Guinness Guru, the Gravediggers is home to one of the best pints of Guinness in Dublin. So, the pub is a must-visit for any fans of the black stuff.
Sir Rod Stewart went to great lengths to help his 11-year-old son Aiden's U12's football team after they lost their training ground during the coronavirus pandemic.
The rocker, 77, turned the five-a-side pitch at his lavish pile in Epping Forest, Essex into the Junior Hoops’ official training ground so they could carry on playing.
A friend of the musician told The Sun: 'Rod is a regular fixture at his son’s matches. He is hugely passionate about his under-12s team, and not just because they wear the same colours as his beloved Celtic.
'Sadly, they lost their usual ground because of the pandemic and have had nowhere to train, so Rod stepped in. He has opened his house to the entire team, along with the coaches and parents, to allow them to train.
LEGENDARY singer Rod Stewart popped into a popular Glasgow pub after the Celtic game yesterday.
The 77-year-old, who watched his beloved Celtic draw with Rangers at Parkhead earlier in the day, was spotted at the Dirty Duchess on Argyle Street.
It seemed he had become a 'spare bartender' for the night as he was not seen enjoying a drink but rather working behind the bar and giving the staff a hand.
He could be seen chatting to a punter while a glass of beer and Guinness was next to him.
Ange Postecoglou has won over a legion of fans by guiding Celtic to the brink of winning the Scottish Premiership - but none more famous than Rod Stewart.
The former Socceroos coach has revealed his surprise meeting with the huge Bhoys fan, who obviously loves what the Aussie has done with the side since taking over last June.
'It's all a bit surreal. But I think before one of the recent games I had a knock at my door and Rod Stewart came in and gave me a hug. And that shows you things change!'
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