The Three Lions win after the forward Harry Kane Score in overtime and rewrite the score to 2-1 Wembley.
Gareth SouthgateThe team will face Italy on Sunday-this is England’s first major international final since 1966.
After a dramatic night in London, Beckham, the former England captain in the stands, joined the celebrities to pay tribute to the team’s achievements.
He wrote on Instagram: “Tonight is an important night, I am proud to stand there watching Gareth and the boys make history…
“Hard fight to the end, but wow, is it worth it… Well done boys, well done to incredible fans in the stadium and across the country, what a night…”
Adele shared a video of her crazy celebration at home, Kane rebounded from a penalty kick.
When the goalkeeper stopped the Spurs forward’s initial kick but jumped around the room as he switched subsequent moves, the leader of the charts screamed.
She wrote on Instagram: “Damn it to go home.”
Lipa shared photos of her watching the party on Instagram-including a plate of digestive biscuits and a red cross painted on her cheek-and said: “It’s home.”
Former “Good Morning Britain” host Pierce Morgan shared a photo of him celebrating at Wembley Stadium with the text: “BOOOOOOOOM!!!!!!”
Mel C said, “Wow, oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh
In a tweet from the Ant and Dec joint Twitter account, McPartlin said he was “really crying”.
“The boys did a good job,” he added.
Sarah, Duchess of York, praised the Danes after the game and hoped that their attacking midfielder Christian Eriksson would recover after falling in an earlier game.
She wrote on Twitter: “Thank you Denmark for showing excellent sportsmanship and humility.
“@ChrisEriksen8, we wish you a speedy recovery…”
TV chef Jamie Oliver called the performance “epic” in a post on Twitter.
Lord Sugar, the apprentice, said the results were “very good.”
“England has done a good job,” he added.
Spandau Ballet star Martin Camp shared a video of himself cheering at home after the final whistle.
Next to the clip, he wrote: “Go to England… what a game!