McFly


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McFly

(ˈmɪkˈflɑɪ)
1. n. a stupid person; a simpleton. (Also a term of address.) Hey, McFly. What do you think you are doing?
2. mod. stupid; simple-minded. That was a McFly thing to do.
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Fans will be happy to hear McFly look like they'll be around for the long haul.
RACEGOERS were given a treat last night following all the action on the turf, as McFly performed a 90-minute set at Aintree Pavilion.
If McFly didn't write their own music they would be easy to dismiss but Tom Fletcher, 21, Danny Jones, 20, drummer Harry Judd, 20, and bassist Poynter, 19, have so far written five No1 singles between them.
McFly have come a long way from their first single, the ridiculously titled Girl With Five Colours In Her Hair.
Outside Marty McFly and Doc Brown will be frantically checking the time circuits and the Flux Capacitor in the DeLorean, while Biff and his gang of motley followers storm through the venue, searching for McFly.
MCFLY fans were given a special behind-the-scenes treat on their latest video shoot yesterday.
BOYBAND McFly set hearts a flutter when they came to Liverpool to film an episode of hit teen soap-favourite Hollyoaks.
THE BBC'S flagship regional news programme was last night drawn into the corporation's competitions scandal after admitting fooling hundreds of youngsters into thinking they could win a chance to meet band McFly
JAZZ guru Jamie Cullum joined Danny Jones from McFly for an impromptu sing-song around the piano in Lillies Library bar.
Top boyband McFly, above, are set to play an extra date in Cardiff next year.
With a collection of awards and a Guinness Book of Records entry, pop rockers McFly had a lot to live up to at their Metro Radio Arena gig last night, and they did not disappoint.
This is the second year running that Natasha and McFly will be performing - but this time they'll be performing with live bands.
MCFLY kicked off three days of live music at Tynemouth Priory.
McFly On The Wall (Five*, 10pm) THE days of boy bands only appealing to young girls are long gone.