Even though it's hard to believe that The Vamps' Tristan Evans was once a normal kid who went to school and wasn't touring around the world, the drummer EXCLUSIVELY opened up to us about what he was really like as a student.
While talking about the group's contest with Walmart, in which you can win a private concert at your school by sharing school supply lists with your friends using the hashtag #RocktheSavingsPromotion, he revealed that he actually got in trouble for singing in class!
"I was a normal kid, but with my music. My concentration wasn’t that good at all but I really loved extracurriculars in school. It was good," he said.
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"[I got in trouble] a couple of times. Yeah, [for] like detentions and stuff. Nothing major, but detentions [for being] late and talking out of turn, singing to other people, stuff like that. I couldn’t be quiet."
Little did he know, he'd be performing in stadiums after graduating! Pretty crazy, right?
Are you surprised that Tristan got in trouble at school for singing? Let us know in the comments!
Update: The winning school has been announced! The free concert will take place on Monday, September 21 at the Walmart Supercenter in Tampa, FL.