Look who Busted in.
TEEN rockers Busted shocked Scots fans when they played a surprise gig in a tiny garage.
Twenty competition winners thought they were the victims of an April Fool hoax when they turned up at West FM, Ayr, to find an empty car park.
But they were overjoyed when a door swung open to reveal the band - dubbed the new Limp Bizkit.
Singer Charlie, 16, said: "You could tell by the looks on their faces that they didn't suspect a thing."
Busted's debut single, Year 3000, hit number two in the charts.
Fan Amanda Fulton, 11, from Kilmarnock, said: "I had no idea Busted were going to be playing here. I was so excited I burst into tears."
GARAGE ROCKERS: Busted on stage with their fans; PEN PAL: Charlie signs fan's tum
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Apr 3, 2003|
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