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Sam Fender shares photo with 'Geordie hero' Brian Johnson - and gets praise from Alan Shearer

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North Shields followed up his recent storming performance at Glastonbury with more of the same at the London weekender where the legend-in-the-making went on to meet the AC/DC star who he called a "Geordie hero".

And the photograph of the pair was summed up in one word by fellow North East celebrity Alan Shearer. In a comment on the photo which Fender posted on Instagram, the football pundit wrote "legends" - a word which fans of the former Newcastle Untied player no doubt would apply to Shearer too.

And Seventeen Going Under favourite Fender, who is currently rocketing from one success to another, jokingly replied "Thanks Dad".

Read more: Sam Fender rocks Glastonbury He shared the photograph with his 789,000 Instagram followers and it soon had almost 61,000 likes.

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