Conor Maynard On Playing The Jingle Bell Ball: "There Is No Way To Describe It!"- Audio
10 December 2012, 10:41 | Updated: 10 December 2012, 11:00
The 'Vegas Girl' star also says performing live is his favourite thing to do.
Conor Maynard says there is "no way to describe" the feeling of getting to perform live at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 over the weekend.
The 'Can't Say No' singer was one of a many massive stars to perform over the past weekend for Capital's event at the O2 Arena, and says performing live is one of his "favourite things" to do as a recording artist.
"It was amazing, it was so fun. It was literally so great," Conor exclusively told Capital FM. "I don't really know what to say, I keep saying all these amazing, crazy, insane words, but that's really what it was!
"It's like there is no way to describe it, you have to be out there to feel it, so it was really cool.
The 20 year-old singer-songwriter performed all of his biggest hits to date, including "Vegas Girl' and 'Turn Around', as well as a cover of Swedish House Mafia's 'Don't You Worry Child', during his Jingle Bell Ball performance in front of around 16,000 fans.
"Performing is probably one of my favourite things to do as an artist," Conor added. "I think going on tour [and] performing live, it's an amazing feeling. It's really cool."
Check out a picture of Conor Maynard on stage at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 over the weekend below (Credit: PA):
Conor was joined on the two-day Jingle Bell Ball line-up for 2012 by artists including Rita Ora, Lawson, The Wanted, JLS, Cheryl Cole, Bruno Mars and Pink.
Keep your eyes and ears on the ball by visiting our special Jingle Bell Ball area to relive all the best bits from this year's event.
Listen to Conor Maynard talking to Capital showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about his "insane" performance at the Jingle Bell Ball 2012 below: