Leeds nostalgia: Bad Boys feel the pinch of cold

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Around 200 fans gathered to watch their performance. The boy band sang Walking On Air in an unashamed bid for the Christmas Number 1 spot. They appeared thanks to Radio Aire and Magic 828, which hosted the show and Leeds nightclub Ritzy, where the boys were seen later that night.

“It’s freezing” said Bad Boy Matthew, 22, who looked worried about the chilly, bicep-baring performance. Fans Johanna Hilton, from Halton and Sharon Clarke, from Cross Gates, both 14, would have settled for nothing less. Johanna said: “I think they’re 50 times better than Take That.”

Around 200 fans gathered to watch their performance. The boy band sang Walking On Air in an unashamed bid for the Christmas Number 1 spot. They appeared thanks to Radio Aire and Magic 828, which hosted the show and Leeds nightclub Ritzy, where the boys were seen later that night.

“It’s freezing” said Bad Boy Matthew, 22, who looked worried about the chilly, bicep-baring performance. Fans Johanna Hilton, from Halton and Sharon Clarke, from Cross Gates, both 14, would have settled for nothing less. Johanna said: “I think they’re 50 times better than Take That.”

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