YOUTUBE sensation KSI dressed up sharply as he and his fellow Sidemen stars watched West Ham's clash against Crystal Palace.
A late Michael Olise strike put on a dramatic finish to the game as The Eagles took all three points back to South London.
Seemingly taking a break from their own jobs as entertainers, four members of the Sidemen were in attendance at the London Stadium.
And they came suited and booted with a dazzling array of suits and hats.
KSI, founder of hydration drink PRIME alongside Logan Paul, rocked up in a blue suit with a pink interior paired with a bow tie and hat.
Tobi Brown, also known as "TBJZL", went with a more clean and less eye-catching look than his co-star, though that's not to say it wasn't as sharp.
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Tobi was denied the opportunity to make his pro debut in the FA Cup on Saturday after being handed a trial by Crawley.
However, despite not featuring during the game against Accrington, Tobi and his fellow trialist brothers may still feature for the club in the future.
Joshua Bradley, who goes by the name "Zerkaa", countered Tobi and KSI with an appropriate claret suit.
He was followed in this by Vikram Barn, also known as "Vikkstar".
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But while Josh went for a suit with a similarly clean look to Tobi's, Vik donned a fit blended with some slightly more vibrant diamond shapes.
The quartet even had time to pose alongside West Ham icon Carlton Cole, which Ethan Payne – one of the group's missing members – would have loved due to being a fan of the Hammers.
The Sidemen group is made up of seven members and boasts a following of over 17 million on YouTube making them the UK's largest YouTube collective.
Each of them starred in the thrilling Sidemen Charity Match in September, which sold out Charlton's ground The Valley and had a peak viewing of 2.5m on YouTube.
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