Capital Jingle Bell Ball 2014 Kicks Off TODAY - And The Stars Cannot WAIT!
6 December 2014, 14:35 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
We catch up with Olly, The Script, Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne ahead of their sets at the Jingle Bell Ball.
The moment is ALMOST upon us… because the Capital Jingle Bell Ball 2014 with Morrisons kicks off today, 6th December, at London's O2 Arena!
The stars are rehearsing and we've been catching up with some of the a-list talent on today's day one line-up for the #CapitalJBB to find out how they're feeling ahead of the big show!
"Buzzing that they invited me this year again. I can't wait to put on a great show. I can't thing of another show like this in the UK, I really can't," Olly Murs revealed to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes. "There's not many nights where you can do two nights, fill out the O2 and have a selection of artists like that over two days.
"I can't wait to perform my new single 'Wrapped Up'. I'm looking forward to seeing the reaction."
From the sounds of things Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne want to see a LOT of dancing when they team-up for their superstar set today… and we reckon the JBB crowd will be happy to oblige!
"We like to see loads of dancing, we're always dancing around loads, and to hear them singing! We like them to know the words!" Clean Bandit told us, while Jess Glynne added: "It's so amazing to be able to be performing at such an iconic venue that so many great artists have performed at and I've wanted to do that, it's kind of a dream. So I'm so excited to be able to stand on that stage."
PLUS… The Script know it's ALWAYS a big party when our Capital listeners get in that O2 Arena audience to show off their moves and have a great time, and they're MORE than ready to put on the show you deserve!
"We like to come back as much as possible, we always get a great slot and to be honest the audience is always brilliant, it's the perfect audience for this band and they seem to really enjoy our music so for us, it's a really welcoming time," The Script's Danny O'Donoghue told us.
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