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Cafe owner I was really shocked.. girlband were coolest customers ever
Little Mix have revealed the secret behind their energetic routines – cookie dough and crepes.
The girlband stopped off at cafe Deesserts to fuel up before they took to the stage at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro.
Owner Arif Arshad admits he was starstruck when he spotted Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Jesy Nelson tucking in to his sweets on Friday night. The girls, who were joined by their crew, sat in the Sauchiehall Street shop for almost an hour.
Ari f said: “It was absolutely amazing, it was totally out of the blue.
“I was starstruck and in awe. It was 9.30pm and I was downstairs. I had a look on the CCTV and saw customers turning around and the staff looking shocked.
“When I went upstairs I realised who it was. They had their bodyguards with them. There were people who tried to approach them but they were told, ‘Sorry, no pictures.’
Arif was originally stopped by their entourage but was allowed to speak to them when he explained he owned the shop.
He said: “I had a quick conversation, it was nice.
“I have had footballers in, and bands coming in. But Little Mix are at a different level.”
Little Mix performed two shows yesterday at the arena as part of their UK tour.
RARE TREAT The girls pose for a photo with staff in Deesserts
NUTS FOR NUTELLA Perrie Edwards indulged in a crepe
N-ICE JOB The band nipped into Deesserts before their gig