Who are these guys and what have they done with Hanson?

By | February 2, 2011

OK Magazine

We know it’s been 14 years but Hanson are making us feel REALLY old

We refuse to believe that our childhood crushes, Hanson have grown up.
Long before The Wanted became our eye candy, Hanson were Mmmbopping girls into a frenzy
But last night the Hanson boys showed us they’ve got it with a last minute gig in London!
Hanson haven’t performed in the UK since 2007 when they released Go
We still can’t belive how much they’ve blossomed since the Where’s The Love video

(Head over to the source to check out some photos from last night as well as answer a poll on if you are loving the grown up Hanson!)

THIS is NOT Hanson.
OK, technically it is, but it’s not Hanson as we remember them!

The American musical trio – best remembered for their long blonde hair and 1997 hit Mmmbop – haven’t stepped on British shores since they released Go almost four years now.

But Isaac, Zac and Taylor nipped over to Europe last week and after a digital fan protest – loads of people begging them play the UK on Twitter – the generous lads decided to perform a last minute show, aw!

And wholesome the boys – were making guzzle milk when Nathan form The Wanted was in nappies – didn’t stop giving there.

The event drew in some serious attention from London’s oldest live music venue, the 100 Club, which incidentally is under a massive threat of closing down *sad face*

So the siblings ended up performing a charity gig. And we were well impressed with the amount of screaming girls that managed to turn up with only a few days to make ‘I heart Hanson’ signs (no seriously, there were a few).

Despite it being 14 years since they released their debut track here, a huge crowd gathered at the back of the venue to greet the brothers as they left the gig.

We know it’s been ages but these guys really don’t look like the same kids who used to hang around Trafalgar Square kicking pigeons.

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