Glasgow's SSE Hydro was packed with Michael Buble fans of all ages for the first of his three shows in the city.

Men were forced to the concert by their partners, while hoards of women treated it as ladies night.

His mass appeal and popularity is evident by the fact he has sold out all three nights at the venue.

But what did the fans really think of the show?

"It was amazing," said Pauline McMullan from Coatbridge. "Save The Last Dance was my favourite part."

Pauline's mum May Earlie, also from Coatbridge, saw the similarities between Michael and another famous crooner.

She said: "He reminds me so much of Frank Sinatra who is a favourite of mine. It was an amazing show."

Claire Hyslop, from Cathcart, also thought the show was brilliant. She said: "It was better than I thought it would be."

Robert Failey, from Prestwick, admitted he became a fan after being dragged to the show by his wife. He said: "I thought it was fantastic. I came with my wife Tracey and I ended up loving it as much as her."

While Pamela Duff from East Kilbride said: "I thought it was fantastic. Everything was my favourite."

Laura McLachlan, from Renfrew, was impressed by his voice, saying, "I have been to a lot of concerts in my life but I have never heard anyone sing without a microphone and silence the arena the way he did. He also offered a lot of variety doing Motown and Rock 'N' Roll."

Ashley MacIntosh, from Newlands, said it was her first time seeing Michael Buble. She said: "It was really good. This is my first time but my mum has been three times before. He is very down to earth."

Read our review of the show here