The fans' verdict: The Wanted, SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Supporting a boyband is a full time job for the fans who dedicate their lives to a group.

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When The Wanted announced they had planned to take a 'break' after their Word of Mouth tour, many of the fans were no doubt left devastated.

And if the tears shed by the boys were anything to go by tonight - it will be a long time before we see them together again.

So what did the fans think of this 'farewell' tour.

Lisa Carroll, from Drumchapel, said, "I'm glad I came. The boys voices were amazing and I really enjoyed the show."

Gayle Walker from Kilmarnock ventured to the gig with daughter Rachel (8), and she said, "It was really good."

While a delighted Rachel beamed, "I loved it."

Friends Lauren Paton and Emma Ryan, from Paisley also loved the show.

Lauren said, "It was really good. The ending was the best part. My favourite is Jay."

Emma added: "I like Max. I enjoyed the whole show."

Devoted mother and daughter team Janice and Nikaela (16) Cruickshank travelled all the way from Aberdeen to see the show after seeing them in their hometown on Saturday night.

And a lucky Nikaela even got to meet the boys.

Janice said, "We love Nathan and the show was absolutely brilliant."

Nikaela added, "They were all really nice."

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