P Posted by Sandra on September 27 2012 0 Comments McFLY, News

One found fame in early 2000, while the other has enjoyed a more recent rise to the top.
But on Wednesday both McFly and The Wanted proved they’ve both got legions of adoring fans.
The two British boybands touched down in Rio de Janiero, Brazil ahead of their performances at Z Festival on Friday.

McFly, who have recently returned from a stint in the US alongside theirs wives and girlfriends, decided to go it alone for this trip.

Despite the long flight Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd looked in good spirits on their arrival and spent time signing autographs and posing for pictures with fans.
Heavily tattooed Danny, who wore a blue sweatshirt tied around his neck, flashed the rock sign on arrival, perhaps as as sign of the performance they hope to give at the concert.

Drummer Harry, looked the most laid back out of the lads in a pair of tracksuit bottoms and top with the hood up.
King of the Jungle Dougie who seemed shyer than usual, wore a black wooly hat over his curly hair.
As they boarded the flight the tight-knit band seemed very excited about the trip.

Tom took a number of pictures of the band on board the flight, which he then posted on Twitter.
Once they arrived they were delighted to find that ‘Welcome Home McFLY’ was trending on Twitter in the country.
Tom worte: ‘Ah, you guys! Thanks for the trend. It’s great to be back!’

‘YES Brazil! :D These shows are gonna be AWESOME!’
The Wanted, who have become frequent flyers in the last year, were equally as generous with their time and made sure they stopped for photographs, hugs and autographs.
The All Time Low singers arrived in their usual attire consisting of a mix of checked shirts, faded denim and leather jackets.

Although they are bound to have seen a lot of breathtaking sites and stayed in some amazing hotels recently Jay seemed delighted with his surroundings.
He tweeted: ‘Woah hotel is beachside, can hear the sea cause half the room is huge glass windows- trying to say it’s cool without getting pretentious :)’

Z Festival, which began just last year, is aimed at the so-called Generation Z – young people who were born and raised in advent of the internet.
The Wanted played the festival in 2011 as well.
X Factor judge Demi Lovato will be closing the festival on Sunday.



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