Posted by Sandra on March 28 2013

“You go from everyone loving you and life is great, to no one caring,” says McFly drummer Harry Judd.

He’s not talking about his band, who have stayed together throughout their ten tumultuous years, but the pop sensations of the nineties and noughties that are now starring in ITV2’s ‘The Big Reunion’.

The ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ star reveals he’s been watching the show with fascination and empathy with a lot of the groups.

“We experienced everything that they experienced but they’re there reminiscing,” he says.

“It’s like wow, 95 percent of pop bands end up imploding after four or five years, and you can understand why, but thankfully it’s different for us.”

Quizing me, he asks: “Name a band it hasn’t happened to? The only band that was remaining from our era was Girls Aloud but they kind of split up three years ago, they just came back recently for a reunion tour.”

I ask Judd why he thinks McFly have stood the test of time, while boy bands like 5ive, 911 and Blue split after burn outs and fall outs?
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