Fans of Lewis Capaldi are being given the chance to get their hands on a rare piece of merchandise - a Chewbacca mask worn by the singer on stage at TRNSMT Festival.

Crowds watched as the Scots star strolled on stage at last night's festival donning the Star Wars get-up, responding to his ongoing feud with Noel Gallagher.

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'.

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Ever the champ, Lewis took it on the chin and dedicated an Oasis track to Noel at TRNSMT festival on Sunday night after wearing the mask.

And now, fans are being given the chance to take home the item, both worn and signed by the singer, to raise money for charity.

DF Concerts have released a bid for the mask, with funds set to go to the Scottish charity Tiny Changes.

The charity was set up by Frightened Rabbit band members to focus on mental health and making tiny changes after their frontman tragically lost his life last year.

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It will benefit from the top eBay bid, which was set up by one of the festival organisers working backstage at the event, who gave Lewis a loan of his mask.

Festival director Geoff Ellis said: “Lewis Capaldi is part of TRNSMT’s story having played the King Tut’s Stage Powered by Utilita Energy in the opening year in 2017, graduating to a daytime slot on the Main Stage in 2018 and playing to one of the biggest crowds we have seen at the festival last night.

"Capaldi fever is sweeping the world and I was delighted to watch his outstanding set from side of stage last night - It’s a performance I will remember for years to come.

“The Tiny Changes Charity is very close to our hearts, here at DF Concerts, and I hope we manage to raise a great amount of money for a charity that’s work is very important, not only within the music industry, but for raising awareness about children and young people’s mental health.”

You can bid on the mask HERE.