Dizzee Rascal and James Corden update Shout for England for Euro 2012

We've been getting into Euro 2012 by ogling hot footballers in shorts.

James Corden, Dizzee Rascal, Shout, Euro 2012James Corden and Dizzee Rascal have updated 2010's Shout for Euro 2012. Copyright [Rex]

And now we've got another way of joining in with the excitement: singing along to 'Shout'.

Simon Cowell is releasing a 2012 version of Three Lions song 'Shout' tomorrow ahead of England's quarter-final match with Italy on Sunday.

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The Euro 2012 version of 'Shout for England' features Dizzee Rascal and James Corden and includes a Dizzee rap about the current squad.

There are shout outs to the players, in particular Joleon Lescott's high-top. Ha!

The original version was England's unofficial anthem at the 2010 World Cup (which saw England leave the competition in the second round).

James Corden, Dizzee Rascal, Shout for EnglandJames Corden and Dizzee Rascal back in 2010 with Shout for England. Copyright [Rex]

Dizzee Rascal told the Sun: "We've remixed the song to make it sound like we're gonna win this time."

His rap includes such corkers as: "A new manager and fresh faces / Top of the leaderboard, you're really going places / I see discipline, I see unity / I see Welbeck, I see Rooney."

Love it already. Tell us more Dizzee…

"Big up, Chamberlain, Ashley Young and Walcott / I give John Terry props for giving it all he got / You know Lescott's high-top can't be stopped / Gerrard and Andy Carroll got the game on lock.

"No need to fear the other teams, we're gonna smash the lot / 2012 the year we show the world what we've got."

As in 2010, profits from the song will go to London's Great Ormond Street Hospital for children. Last time they raised £85,000.

Come on England (or some other appropriate football chant).