The Script Got The Crowds Singing Along And Lit Up The O2 Arena With Their AMAZING Set
6 December 2014, 19:20 | Updated: 7 December 2014, 10:01
Relive ALL the amazing moments from The Script's incredible #JingleBellBall set.
The Script were the second act to take to the Jingle Bell Ball stage to a HUGE scream from the audience - you guys couldn't wait for Danny O'Donoghue, Glen Power and Mark Sheehan to hit the stage!
The Script opened their set with 'Breakeven' - and Danny even had a specially decorated microphone with the colours of the Irish flag, bringing a bit of home with him to the stage at London's O2 Arena.
Danny got the crowd involved and singing the lyrics back to the band, he encouraged the audience, "Come on help me out let me hear ya... That's beautiful... Come on everybody in the whole place!" - you guys have got some seriously good voices in the Jingle Bell Ball crowd!
The O2 was shrouded in darkness before the spotlights illuminated the band for 'For The First Time', which saw Danny step behind a keyboard - he's one multi-talented performer!
The crowd got their lighters out for the next song, 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved' as The Script slowed down the pace in the middle of their incredible set. Check out Danny doing his thing:
They then performed their brand new single, 'No Good In Goodbye', with Danny this time showing off his skills with a guitar - there really is no end to his talents! Despite the song only just having been revealed by the band, 16,000 of you knew the words to their soulful break up ballad.
It was back to an old favourite, 'Hall Of Fame' to raise the tempo, and the crowds all had their lighters in the air illuminating the O2 Arena with a million lights. Danny also bought his best dance moves out in a VERY fetching maroon sweater before finishing the song a capella.
Glen, Mark and Danny closed their set with their comeback single 'Superheroes', you guys in the front were all up on your feet and dancing along as Danny came out into the crowd to dance along with you as the confetti rained down on the audience. Which of you managed to touch actual Danny O'Donoghue then?!
The Script got in the mood for their Jingle Bell Ball performance by clowning around backstage with some festive props:
The fans were loving the band's set, and took to Twitter to share their amazing experiences at the #JingleBellBall:
@thescript I'M READY!— JULIA (@AstashkevJulia) December 6, 2014
Check out The Script's FULL setlist from the Capital Jingle Bell Ball 2014 with Morrisons below:
- 'For The First Time'
- 'The Man Who Can't Be Moved'
- 'No Good In Goodbye'
- 'Hall Of Fame'