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The 'When She Was Mine' four-piece are seen being led through a mind-boggling magic trick backstage at the Ball.
Lawson were entertained backstage at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 by a magician who wowed the 'Taking Over Me' four-piece with some enthralling time trickery.
Andy Brown, Adam Pitts, Joel Peat and Ryan Fletcher performed all of their biggest hits during their live performance at today's Capital FM event, live from the O2 Arena, and were treated to some wizardry behind the scenes by magician James Went.
'Standing In The Dark' singer Andy was asked to set a particular time on the magician's watch without him seeing, before James went on to guess, down to the minute, which time Andy had went on the wrist watch.
Lawson's well received set at this year's Ball also saw the four-piece covering a range of huge pop hits including 'Call Me Maybe', 'Teenage Dream' and 'Moves Like Jagger'.
Check out a picture of Lawson performing live on stage at the Jingle Bell Ball below (Credit: PA):
You can see more of James Went's magic tricks on jameswent.co.uk and follow him on Twitter.
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