Screaming teens have mobbed New Zealand's hottest new boy band in Invercargill this afternoon.
Jordi Webber, 18, of the freshly formed Titanium has been rehearsing like crazy and living out of a hotel with five other boys after a radio station competition plucked them from obscurity.
Their single, Come on Home, has shot to No 1 in the New Zealand singles charts.
Fan Georgina Chapman, 14, it was amazing meeting them.
``I'm shaking so much,'' she said.
She had a t-shirt signed and she declared it would ``never be washed''.
``I love them.''
Wilson Harris, 11, who likes their music, came to the signing with his sister to take photos.
Titanium is taking part in a countrywide tour.
Today they are at the Hallensteins Store in Esk St signing posters and CDs.
The band consists of Jordi Webber, Zac Taylor, Andrew Papas, Shaquille Paranihi-Ngauma, Haydn Linsley, and T K Paradza.
- (Live Matches)
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