Union J guys and dolls are the real thing

MORE than 1000 screaming fans packed into a Glasgow shopping centre to meet X Factor stars Union J.

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  •  Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark  Gibson
    Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson
  • Union J meet Erin Reilly, from Paisley, who was first in linePictures:Mark Gibson

And 10-year-old Erin Reilly, from Paisley, Renfrewshire, was delighted to be first in line to meet her idols yesterday.

The P6 pupil at St Peter's Primary had queued outside Hamley's toy shop in the St Enoch Centre since 7.30am.

The band, who came fourth in the 2012 the X Factor, were in the city to sign copies of their new dolls.

Josh, Jaymi, JJ and George were welcomed by noisy fans at around 1.30pm - before they threw some of the dolls into the crowd.

Erin, who had bought a George doll, said: "It was brilliant meeting them. They were so friendly."

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