THOUSANDS of revellers turned out in the East End to make the weekend's Glasgow Show a roaring success.
After a hit performance last year Glasgow City Council was flooded with requests for the Irish pair to make a return.
And yesterday their wishes were granted when John and Edward Grimes, who found fame on The X Factor, took to the main stage.
They were joined by other household names Britain's Got Talent greek dance duo Stavros Flatley, a reincarnation of 90's pop group S Club, Evening Times' columnist and Pop Idol winner Michelle McManus and X Factor finalist Marcus Collins.
As well as the music zone, revellers were treated to daring performances from Tournament of Jousting Horse Show, the Black Knights parachute display team and high wire artist Jean Monti.
The Bolddog Lings motorcycle team displayed high octane vaults while the Royal Artillery parachute team hurtled towards the ground at speeds of 120mph.
A spokesman for Glasgow City Council said: "This weekend's Glasgow Show was a great success. From the Lord Provost's procession right through to Jedward's triumphant return, the famous Glasgow weather stayed on our side, which allowed Jean Monti to wow the crowds with his daring high wire acts 185ft up in the air.
"The Black Knights parachute display team and the Tournament of Jousting Horse Show, left the crowd with their hearts in their mouths.
"As always, the music stage was very popular with Jedward, the Ultimate Drifters, Stavros Flatley, Michelle McManus and Marcus Collins all ramping up the applause of the lively Glasgow Show crowd.
"Once again the Glasgow Show was a resounding success."
The procession on Saturday, led by Lord Provost Sadie Docherty, left from George Square and featured vintage buses, dancers, horse and dray, pipe bands, clowns and street theatre.
Council bosses said people from as far away as Norway, the Shetland Isles, London and Ireland attended.