Rylan Clark says f*** this to train cancellations

He posted a series of tweets beginning with: “All trains suspended at EUSTON YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS. This is how I perish.” (sic)

He posted a photo of his designer luggage and captioned it: “I live at Euston now.”

He documented his journey and the long queues and waits with various photos and videos.

The former X Factor singer posted: “The train has been declared DECLASSIFIED. No drinks. No good. No seats. Nothing matters anymore.” (sic)

However, all hope didn’t seem lost as he made several friends including a woman who offered him a cocktail.

The Celebrity Big Brother winner also found time to smile with fans whilst holding a small glass of red wine that he captioned: “F*** this.”

He jokingly added: “I will give £50 to anyone that will cuddle me at the end of this experience, preferably throughout the night.”

The series ended by stating that there was “no cuddle. And that was that”.

Fans followed his hilarious journey with users commenting: “Lol. Think of the adventure! Thanks for sharing.”

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Another added: “I’m living for these updates. God speed.” (sic)

UK Eurovision contestant Mae Muller, 25, also displayed her interest stating: “I don’t think I have ever been as invested in anything as I am with Rylan’s journey to Liverpool.”

The long journey finally ended as the East London personality shared that he had arrived.

He showed off his excitement with a smile writing: “Liverpool…. And so it begins x #Eurovision.”

Welsh presenter Alex Jones, 46, replied, “See you there handsome!” and BBC Radio 2 also showed its anticipation with three heart emojis.

Earlier in the week, he shared behind-the-scenes including meeting King Charles.

In addition to Rylan, the grand final will be presented by Graham Norton, 60, Ukrainian singer, Julia Sanina, 32, of the rock band The HARDKISS, actress Hannah Waddingham, 48, and pop star Alesha Dixon, 44.

The Eurovision semi-finals will occur Tuesday, May 9 and Thursday, May 11, with the finals on Saturday, May 13.

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