Michael Jackson's brother Tito to watch Wolves vs Bristol City at Molineux
First it was Star Wars legend Mark Hamill pledging his support to Wolves - and now a member of the Jackson 5 is making a visit to Molineux.
Tito Jackson has signalled his intention to see the club play at the Molineux tonight.
Wolves play Bristol City at 7.45pm, and the brother of Michael Jackson will be received by the club ahead of the game.
He will be given a shirt with 'Tito Jackson' written on the back with the number '5'.
Meanwhile, celebrities have reacted to the weekend news that Mr Hamill, aged 65, tweeted his support for the club.
After being asked by supporter group Wolves Fancast if he was a fan of the gold and black, he said: “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!”
Wolverhampton-born television presenter Suzi Perry tweeted: "This is still making me smile. Dear @Wolves please can we play the #StarWars theme at home games now?...! @HamillHimself #oneofourown."
Rock legend Glenn Hughes said: "You have found your home Mark.. I also live in LA , but Born in Wolverhampton. Welcome Brother .You have found your home Mark."
And Wolverhampton-born journalist and author Sathnam Sanghera said: "Luke Skywalker favourited my tweet about Wolverhampton Wanderers, so I think I can be excused from all work this week."
Wolves also tweeted, saying: “The force is strong here. Great to have you with us.”
Mr Hamill is famous for playing Luke Skywalker in the multimillion pound film franchise.
Tito is touring the UK promoting his new album Tito Time.
He as an original member of The Jackson 5 and The Jacksons, who rose to fame in the 1960s and 1970s with the Motown label.
Wolverhampton-based Lawson Slater, who works on his behalf, decided to invite him to the game after attending Saturday's win against Millwall.
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