Mc Fly are an English band formed in London in 2003.The band took its name from the Back to the Future character Marty Mc Fly.Bo is not the only singer Danny has collaborated with through the show.
As of 2016, Mc Fly have had 18 consecutive UK top 20 singles, seven of which reached number one in the UK Singles Chart and seventeen of which were consecutive top ten singles.
The band have currently, based on BPI certifications, sold a minimum of 1.5 million records in the UK alone They have also performed at various charity projects such as Comic Relief, Children in Need, Live 8, Sport Relief and Earth Hour.
It was at this time that Danny Jones and Fletcher met for the first time; Jones went to the audition mistaking the band to be an instrumental band rather than the conventional, all-singing, all-dancing boyband, for which they were intended.
Fletcher was impressed with Jones' unique style and so approached and invited him to write with himself and Bourne.
The soundtrack for Just My Luck was made up entirely of songs from Mc Fly's first two albums, Room on the 3rd Floor and Wonderland, with the exception of the brand new track "Just My Luck", which was recorded especially for the film.
In March 2005, Mc Fly released a double A-side of "All About You/You've Got a Friend" from their second album, Wonderland, which featured a 60-piece orchestra.
Coach Danny, who was romantically linked to contestant Bo Bruce during last year's series, has revealed he is not dating any of the musical hopefuls this time round.
The second series is currently being filmed and although none of the performers have caught star Danny's eye, there's no saying an on-screen romance couldn’t happen again.
A DVD of the tour, recorded live at the MEN Arena in Manchester, was released on 28 November.
Nemesis, an inverted roller coaster at the Alton Towers theme park was renamed Wonderland for a month in 2005 to celebrate the album's release.
Though the record label decided against offering Fletcher a place in Busted, they were intrigued by his songwriting talents and later offered him a place on Busted's songwriting 'team', alongside band member (and already accomplished songwriter) James Bourne; Fletcher has since stated that it was Bourne who taught him how to "properly" structure songs and how to "come up with good, poppy melodies".