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9 December 2012, 12:46
The 'Standing In The Dark' stars say it was emotional when the fans sang the words back at them during their set.
Lawson have hailed their Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 performance as the "most amazing" thing they have done together as a band.
The 'Taking Over Me' four-piece made their Jingle Bell Ball debut on Saturday (8th December) for day one of the event at London's O2 Arena, and say the moment was particularly emotional for them.
"That was the single most amazing, enjoyably thing I've ever done in my life," singer Andy Brown told Capital FM fresh from their performance.
Andy's bandmate Joel Peat then praised the singer for his emotional speech before the band played 'Standing In The Dark' yesterday, explaining that it had been particularly poignant because the song had been written in an old flat opposite the O2 Arena 18 months ago.
"Me and Ryan [Fletcher] wrote the song and a year and a half later we're at the O2, everyone was singing," Andy said, while fellow Lawson star Ryan added: "The fact everyone was singing that back to us, it means the world to us, there's no better feeling than that."
Lawson's performance at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball saw them perform all of their biggest hits to date as well as covers of songs including Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' and Maroon 5's 'Moves Like Jagger'.
Check out a picture of Lawson singer Andy Brown on stage at the Ball below (Credit: PA):
Day two of the Jingle Bell Ball today (9th December) will see Girls Aloud, Pink, The Wanted, Rita Ora, Conor Maynard, Example and Calvin Harris all perform for the thousands of fans in attendance.
Watch Lawson talking about their Jingle Bell Ball performance with Capital FM below: