Two singing cousins have become worldwide internet sensations after their Geordie version of a pop song achieved more than one million hits on YouTube.
Leanne Orr and Sophie Vaughan, who make up May Arcade, posted their own version of Carly Rae Jepson's Call Me Baby on YouTube.
A week later, the video - which replaces the lyrics of the original with Geordie phrases and words - had more than 1.1million hits.
The pair, both 24 and from Jarrow, say they are "stunned" by the video’s success.
Sky Tyne and Wear joined the cousins as they busked at their usual spot at the Central Arcade in Newcastle.
Sophie and Leanne have been playing guitar for the last four years and started writing together a year ago.
As well as covers, they write their own music and have played numerous gigs at pubs and events around the region.
On Sunday September 2 they played in front of an audience of 10,000 at the Race For Life event in Newcastle.
Sophie said: "It’s crazy. Last week hardly anyone knew who we were, and this week we’re playing in front of 10,000 people."
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