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9 June 2013, 19:55
It's four for the price of one at the Summertime Ball, as James Arthur, Loveable Rogues, Naughty Boy and Charlie Brown take to the stage at Wembley Stadium.
James Arthur, Loveable Rogues, Charlie Brown and Naughty Boy cracked out the hits at the Summertime Ball this evening (June 9th), performing their hit singles one after another on stage at Wembley Stadium.
Performance Review: The X Factor winner encouraged the crowd to wave along with his No. 1 hit, 'Impossible', keeping it simple until the final chorus when the stage lit up with fireworks. Next came the Loveable Rogues, fresh from supporting Olly Murs on his sellout tour, performing 'What A Night'. The crowd sang along as Charlie Brown slowed down the tempo with a powerful rendition of 'On My Way', before Naughty Boy and Sam Smith finished the set with their Vodafone Big Top 40 No. 1, 'La La La'.
The Song When Everyone Was Fangirling: 'La La La', when the backing dancers took Naughty Boy and Sam Smith's lyrics literally, and were 'covering their ears like a kid' as the crowd joined in.
What Were They Wearing: James Arthur was sporting a beard to go with his dark denim jacket and grey shirt. Loveable Rogues kept it casual despite the British weather, wearing coloured T-shirts and jeans. Charlie brown looked cool in blue, before Naughty Boy rocked a red T-shirt from behind the decks, as Sam Smith returned to the stage in his black jacket.
The Most OMG Moment: When the fireworks went off in the last chorus of James Arthur's 'Impossible'.
View From The Vine:
Setlist: James Arthur - Impossible, Loveable Rogues - What A Night, Charlie Brown - On My Way, Naughty Boy feat Sam Smith - La La La
In A Tweet: "'What A Night'! It's 'Impossible' not to love these four acts!"
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