THE Chewbacca mask worn by Lewis Capaldi as he headlined TRNSMT has been auctioned for more than £7000.

And the cash will go to help support a charity founded in honour of Frightened  Rabbits frontman Scott Hutchison, who died by suicide last year.

Joker Lewis donned the mask on stage in a dig at Noel Gallagher.

Lewis recently changed his profile picture and name across social media to Chewis Capaldi after the Oasis founder called him "f****** Chewbacca".

A punter snapped up the mask after an eBay bidding war for £7,401.


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The cash raised from the sale of the mask, also signed by Lewis, will go to a mental health charity set up by Frightened Rabbit band members.

The mask was put up for sale last Monday after one of the organisers from DF Concerts lent Lewis the Chewbacca rigout.

The seller wrote: "I work for DF concerts and events and donated my mask to Lewis Capaldi for his performance.

"He signed it as well shortly after coming off stage.


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"So I thought the best thing to do with it would be sell it on eBay with the profits going to the charity “Tiny Changes” which was set up in memory of Scott Hutchison (Frightened Rabbit.)

"Tiny Changes helps raise awareness about children and young people’s mental health issues."