Joe Cullen delights Scottish darts fans by belting out Gerry Cinnamon hit

Joe Cullen isn’t nicknamed the ‘The Rockstar’ for nothing. The Premier League darts play-off qualifier delighted fans by leading a stirring singalong during an appearance at an exhibition event in Inverness at the weekend.

Perched on the edge of the stage, Cullen, who walks out to Oasis’s Don’t Look Back in Anger ahead of matches, belted out Belter by Gerry Cinnamon. Cullen clearly enjoyed his weekend in the Scottish Highlands and tweeted: “These pictures sum up Inverness. Great couple of nights up there doing exhibitions – a laugh a minute all weekend! It looks like me singing @GerryCinnamon – Belter will be a permanent thing whilst working in Scotland.”

One of Cullen’s new fans even invited him back to Scotland for a Gerry Cinnamon concert, although the Yorkshireman may be busy at the World Matchplay in Blackpool, which begins on July 16, at the time.

Bryan McGinley tweeted: “Get yourself up to Hampden next month for Gerry Bhoy @GerryCinnamon Unless you're on 1st or 2nd day at Matchplay.”

Cullen has now turned his attention to the more serious matter of the Premier League play-offs in Berlin on Monday. The Rockstar, in his first season in the Premier League, clinched a top-four spot in the final week of the regular season by beating world champion Peter Wright in Newcastle.

He will face his great mate and table-topper Jonny Clayton in the semi-finals for the right face Michael van Gerwen or James Wade in the final. Whatever happens in the German capital, Cullen feels he has proved himself at Premier League level.

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"To get in was amazing, so to qualify is incredible. I am over the moon to be in Berlin," he told Sky Sports. "I have been a bit edgy over the course of the Premier League, and the night where the most pressure is on, I felt really comfortable. It is strange.”

"I seem to have found a way to win. I have shown myself that I have that gritty side as well, which I never knew that I had.

"Until you start doing it in TV tournaments you don't know that you've got it, but to prove I can do it on TV and grind results out when it's not going your way, it has given me a different perspective on my game."

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