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N-Dubz attract scores of fans

PUBLISHED: 12:26 03 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:59 25 August 2010

HUNDREDS of teenagers rushed from school to see hip-hop trio N-Dubz appear at Bluewater shopping centre.

HUNDREDS of teenagers rushed from school to see hip-hop trio N-Dubz appear at Bluewater shopping centre.

The controversial group, linked to a series of high-profile incidents such as drug-taking and text-message abuse, proved the negative publicity has done nothing to their popularity.

Paul Clarkson, from Gordon Road, Northfleet, waited for seven hours so his son Luke Taylor could be first in line at Waterstones on Friday.

He said: "I had to take the day of work. I knew how much he wanted to see them and we can't be allowing truancy, so I made the decision to come down and wait myself.

"They are great, it is nice to see they are here and interested in meeting their fans."

Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer, were held up and arrived over an hour late, but this did not deter fans who streamed in to have copies of the group's book Against All the Odds signed.


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