and were among the many Britons cheering to victory during their clash with Denmark.
The rapper and radio host, both 30, were spotted at a special screening of the big game in London hosted by McDonald’s.
The second group game in the saw with a 1-0 win following Lauren James’ stunning goal.
Vossi Bop hitmaker Stormzy could be seen dressed head-to-toe and sitting on the edge of his beanbag as the match unfolded, cheering at the screen.
He was pictured alongside TV personality Kemp, who dressed in all blue for the occasion.
Stormzy’s appearance at the screening comes after he teamed up with chart-topper to produce their latest single.
The tune details the trials and tribulations of finding the , and is accompanied by an equally flirtatious music video featuring the pair.
The Lionesses recent win means the team is on the brink of securing their place in the last 16 of the tournament if China fails to beat Haiti in the other late kick-off match.
The tense match saw Keira Walsh in tears with a knee problem in a major injury blow for the team.
Walsh following the incident in the first half of the match.
Arsenal boss Jonas Eidevall where the match took place.
‘I think it looks very dry. You can see on the movement when she [Keira] tried to slide with her right foot, then it stops and she then twists her knee,’ he said.
‘I think an example of that was when you saw the celebrations on the first goal that Lauren James did. She tried to knee-slide but as you can see, when she does that, she just stops and falls over.
‘It looks funny but that’s actually a danger to the player welfare to have such a dry pitch. It should allow you to slide through. ‘
England went into the without several key players – with captain Leah Williamson and star striker Beth Mead – and losing Walsh to possibly the same issue is a fresh blow for ’s team.