SCISSOR kicks, electric guitars and thousands of screaming girls made for a memorable Busted gig as they warmed up for Isle of Wight Festival.

Fresh from joining up with McFly to form the superband, McBusted, James and Matt have disbanded, regrouped and welcomed back the boyband's lead singer, Charlie.

Cue the fans going wild as soon as the men appeared on stage in Bournemouth through the trap doors in front of a bizarre 'animal pen' full of lucky audience members who got to watch the action from the stage.

The only problem for them is that they had to wear pig masks at the start of the show and watched most the action from a distance as the boys used the walkway through the crowd.

It was a fun, party atmosphere as hoarded of ticket-holders all met at the venue with the common aim of a trip down memory lane to hear some of the songs which hit the charts back in 2002 and 2003.

Crashed the Wedding ended their set in Bournemouth which had included some of their new material which Matt let slip would be released later this year.

If the songs they played last night were anything to go by, I think they really could be onto something good once again.

Other favourites included Year 3000, What I Go To School For, You Said No, Who's David? and Air Hostess, which all allowed Charlie to finish the song in his own trademark style.

For the song, Sleeping With The Light On, they asked for the house lights to be brought down so that audience members could light up the room with the flashes and torches on their phones, which, despite having seen it now many times before, is still a sight to behold.

Support acts came in the form of Emma Blackerley, who sounds a little similar to Ellie Goulding and Gabrielle Aplin and also fellow nineties kids' CD ear worms, Wheatus.

It was a fun and carefree evening of music from three men who are as popular now as they were a decade ago.

They've aged well and more importantly, they still look like they're having fun and know how to put on a great gig.

By Caitlin Marsh