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McFly's Dougie 'was terrified of Ghost Stories'
A trip to see Ghost Stories in the West End was a scary experience for McFly's Dougie Poynter.
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
A trip to see Ghost Stories in the West End was a scary experience for McFly's Dougie Poynter, according to his bandmate.
Harry Judd, the pop group's drummer, explained to the Daily Star that the group's bass player had been scared stiff by the production.
The 24-year-old told the publication that he had begged them not to go and see the production written by the team behind the League of Gentlemen and the director of Derren Brown's shows, as he knew he would be scared by it.
"I was watching him before the show started and he downed a glass of wine and then just stared at the floor through the whole thing," Harry explained.
But Dougie's ever-supportive bandmate clearly was not too scared by the show, adding that he thinks his friend prefers watching chick flicks with his girlfriend Frankie Stanford of the Saturdays.
Find out if you are brave enough to watch the show by booking tickets at the Duke of York's Theatre, although it is only open to visitors aged over 15 years.