USAIN BOLT looked worse for wear after appearing to enjoy a boozy bash in London for the Soccer Aid Ball.
The world’s fastest man was joined by a host of superstar names ahead of the charity match on Sunday.
Taking place inside the Science Museum, there was obviously chemistry between the star-studded guest list that included the likes of Piers Morgan and John Terry.
Drinks were flowing as pop star Robbie Williams had the crowd on their feet with a performance on the mic.
But it was Bolt who appeared to make the most of the pre-match party.
The 32-year-old, winner of eight Olympic gold medals, left the bash just after midnight in his dinner jacket and bow tie.
Joining him shortly after was Jamie Redknapp who also appeared to have enjoyed the company of close friends and celebs.
Susanna Reid, who stunned in a blue dress, is co-managing the England team with Sam Allardyce and will go up against her GMB co-host Morgan who is managing the Soccer Aid World XI squad alongside Harry Redknapp.
The England team includes Sir Mo Farah, Mark Wright, Michael Owen, David Seaman and female players Katie Chapman and Rachel Yankey to name a few.
Didier Drogba is just one of the big names on a nostalgic World XI team.
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Manchester United legend Eric Cantona, Michael Essien, Roberto Carlos and Robert Pires will all play along with Niall Horan and Roman Kemp.
Bolt may have the edge on his fellow celebs after training with a host of professional clubs.
The Jamaican had a stint with Australian side Central-Coast Mariners while also training with Borussia Dortmund.
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