Party like it's a Saturday night.
Bursting at the seams with an assorted mix of fans, I have never heard or seen a venue so excited, colourful and having a whole lot of fun right from the get go.
Support came from one of Britain's most promising and amazingly beautiful young stars, the outstanding Pixie Lott who, judging by the rapturous welcome from the crowd, would have lead you to believe was the main act.
Appearing on stage in a revealing little black number, Pixie kicked off with down and dirty track Turn It Up before treating us to the more mellow and acoustic Bandaid.
Then, raising her game, Pixie showcased her brilliant soft, smooth soulful vocals on a spine-tingling rendition of the Kings of Leon smash Use Somebody, uniting the whole audience in a mass arm sway sing-along, before finishing with current release Mama Do.
As the house lights came down to an electric bass beat from recent hit Up, the crowd knew the moment they had been waiting for had arrived.
Mollie, Una, Rochelle, Frankie and Vanessa were ready to work and show us all that they did live up to the meaning behind their name! Lit up one by one, the girls appeared before us on stage to a huge city skyline backdrop and gigantic Saturdays signage as screams from the audience drowned out the opening vocals to If This Is Love.
All the hits from recent record Chasing Lights were there to keep the fans happy and with the girls showcasing new tracks such as the funk and heavy bassline-filled One Shot alongside a medley of cover tracks including Rihanna's Shut Up and Drive, Katy Perry's I Kissed A Girl and Pinks recent smash So What they showed us why we really Just Cant Get Enough of Britain's newest girl band.
Arriving back on stage to genuine ear piercing screams the Girls encore gave us Issues and biggest smash to date Up..
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Jun 10, 2009|
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