HUNDREDS of Nina Nesbitt fans flocked to HMV on Princes Street to catch a glimpse of the Edinburgh-born songstress as she launched her debut album Peroxide.
The eagerly-anticipated album shot straight to number two in the iTunes album charts yesterday, the first day of its release.
Nina’s dedicated fans - known as Nesbians - queued from as early as 5.30am outside the Princes Street store, where the former Balerno Community High School pupil signed copies of her album.
The first five people in the queue earned themselves a meet and greet with their idol, who also treated them to an acoustic performance of Stay Out.
Nineteen-year-old Nina will return to the Capital next month to perform at the Usher Hall.