By Lorne Gillies
Pictures by Katie O’Hara
One Direction performed their second sold-out date in Glasgow yesterday (27 February).
The five piece, who shot to fame after coming third in 2010’s X Factor final, continued their UK tour in the SECC.
A crowd filled with pre-teen girls, proud twenty year olds and awkward dads the boys put on a fantastic show.
Performing some of their biggest hits, One Direction pulled off a great show with a perfect mix of up tempo numbers and ballads; including Little Things and Live While We’re Young.
Red Nose Day charity single, One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks), a Blondie cover, was also performed with Niall Horan entertaining fans pretending to be Scottish.
Harry Styles found himself at the centre of attention again after an eager fan threw fetching pink boxers at him – which he sportingly wore as a hat for the next song.
The rest of the popular boy band: Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik and Liam Payne, joined in with Styles and Horan’s antics in funny clips featuring the band dressed as OAPs and street performers.
Lights, fireworks, confetti and five handsome young men brought the Glasgow crowd to life with their cheesy pop-tastic tunes.
One Direction are now one of the biggest boy bands in the world and last night they cemented their position at the top.