- Tito Jackson was at Molineux on Tuesday to watch Wolverhampton Wanderers
- The Motown legend, 63, wore a Wolves shirt and scarf as he posed with players
- Jackson 5 original Tito had previously signaled his intention to see Wolves live
- And Michael’s big brother kept his word as he took in a 3-3 draw with Bristol City
Wolverhampton Wanderers are becoming the celebrity football club of choice following Tito Jackson’s appearance at Molineux on Tuesday night.
Just days after Star Wars legend Mark Hamill pledged his allegiance to Wolves, Motown icon Tito donned the old gold as he watched the Championship promotion hopefuls draw 3-3 with Bristol City.
The 63-year-old original member of the Jackson 5 posed for photos with players Helder Costa, Kortney Hause and Jack Price.
Tito Jackson took in his ‘first soccer match’ as he was a special guest at Wolves on Tuesday
The Jackson 5 star posed with players Kortney Hause (left) and Jack Price before kickoff
Wolves winger Helder Costa also got a photo taken alongside the 63-year-old Motown legend
Tito was also seen allowing fans to take selfies with him and was presented to supporters on the pitch.
I’ll Be There hitmaker Tito had earlier signalled his intention to attend the match.
He told the Express & Star: ‘This is my first soccer match. I’ve been told all about Wolves, so I’m excited.’
Tito, the older brother of pop icon Michael Jackson, is currently in the United Kingdom promoting his new solo album.
Tito, wearing a Wolves shirt plus an old gold and black scarf, let fans to take selfies with him
He is the second American celeb to be linked to Wolves this month.
Hamill, who is best known as Luke Skywalker from Star Wars, recently joined the Wolves family after he liked a tweet from a football fan.
That one click of a button on Twitter got a lot of attention and eventually led to the 65-year-old being recruited.
When asked by Wolves Fancast if he was supporter, he replied: ‘I am now. Never heard of them until 2 days ago. All because I “liked” a tweet from a #Wolves fan & they made me feel like family. Very nice!’
He came onto the pitch and removed his coat to show off his jersey despite heavy rainfall