‘Where’s your hair gone mate?’ Rod Stewart savages Elvis Costello after Jubilee digs

Sir Rod Stewart, 77, launched a blistering counterattack after Elvis Costello, 67, made several negative comments about his rendition of Sweet Caroline at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. During a gig in Glasgow last week, Elvis branded the Party at the Palace “sh**e” and quipped that Rod was having a “bad night vocally”. 

On Sunday evening, the Maggie May singer took to Twitter to savage Elvis in view of his 481,000 followers.

He remarked: “Dear Elvis @elviscostello.

“Yes, my voice was rough [because] of Covid. I apologise.

“I thought it better it to make an appearance rather than let everyone down, so sorry.

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“By the way, where’s your hair gone mate ?????”

To add to his retort, the Grammy winner concluded the tweet by signing off: “Sir Rod.”

The fiery tweet was prompted by Elvis’ foul-mouthed comments last week.

He told fans at his Glasgow concert: “The show was good, wasn’t it? Wasn’t it? No, it was s***e.

The Supremes star closed the show with Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, but Elvis said You Keep Me Hanging On, I’m Living In Shame or I’m not saying Love Child would have been more fitting.

After his comments garnered attention, Elvis took to Twitter today in an attempt to clarify his remarks.

He penned: “If you read my actual remark, it about the wrong-headed idea of asking Sir Rod pass up You Wear It Well to lead a f***ing singalong.

“Ms. Ross is deity. Have some damn respect.  

“I was joking about the many uncomfortable choices that were overlooked.” (sic)

The She singer is yet to respond to Rod’s jibe. 

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