Paolo Nutini orders ‘cab full of booze’ backstage ahead of TRNSMT gig in Glasgow Green

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PAOLO Nutini reportedly ordered a ‘cab filled with booze’ to TRNSMT’s backstage space head of his headline gig.

The Paisley-born singer headlined the competition final evening, only one week after releasing his newest album Final Night time In The Bittersweet.

It appears Nutini was able to rejoice as sources on the competition informed The Scottish Solar they noticed a taxi drop off “a complete load of booze” for the star.

READ MORE: Paolo Nutini makes triumphant return to Glasgow’s TRNSMT 2022

One mentioned: “I used to be ready for somebody to return out the again however the driver pulled open the door and there was a complete load of booze inside.

“They will need to have referred to as a store and acquired the taxi to go and acquire the booze for them.

“It appears like he is planning on having a superb evening anyway.”

Glasgow Times:

One other supply informed The Scottish Solar: “A taxi arrived for Paolo and absolutely anticipated folks to leap outdoors to hitch him backstage.

“However the driver opened the door and inside was simply filled with booze.

“There was simply filled with Tennent’s, masses and a great deal of circumstances of Tennent’s lager.

“He have to be having a superb evening if he is already on the dial-a-booze.”

Glasgow Times:

Paolo Nutini launched his first album in eight years, Final Night time In The Bittersweet, on Friday, July 1.



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