Lewis Capaldi has celebrated his TRNSMT performance in true Glasgow style - at The Cathouse Rock Club.

The Scots singer had just wrapped up a stellar set at the Glasgow Green festival when he ventured into town for some post-stage entertainment.

Fans were shocked to see the Bathgate singer pop up in iconic club 'The Catty' for its official TRNSMT afterparty - with a bottle of Buckfast in hand.

The Cathouse has now revealed pictures taken by club photographer Ross Dunlop which show the star mingling with music lovers and club-goers until the little hours of the morning.

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It rounded off the perfect day for the 22-year-old, who had spent his afternoon entertaining thousands on the main stage of TRNSMT festival on its closing night.

Evening Times: Pic: Ross Dunlop/The CathousePic: Ross Dunlop/The Cathouse

He called the performance the 'best f***ing gig of his life', and it was certainly one to remember.

Crowds watched as the Scots star strolled on stage at the festival donning a Chewbacca mask, responding to his ongoing feud with Noel Gallagher.

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He recently changed his social media names to 'Chewis Capaldi' after the Gallagher brother said that he should 'enjoy his 15 minutes' of fame as well as calling him 'f***ing Chewbacca'.

Evening Times: Pic: Ross Dunlop/The CathousePic: Ross Dunlop/The Cathouse

He also dedicated an Oasis cover to Noel on the night, stunning crowds with his rendition of Don't Look Back in Anger.

The Chewbacca mask worn on the night has now been put up for auction, with all proceeds going to the Tiny Changes charity.