McFly perform in Oxford St

Boy band McFly are performing in Oxford Street as London's biggest shopping areas goes traffic free for a day.

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Celebrities serve shoppers in Oxford St

Duncan Bannatyne is serving shoppers in Oxford Street today Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

McFly performed a free concert to Christmas shoppers in Oxford Street today, which is closed to traffic for the day.

But they weren't the only celebrities wandering around.

TOWIE'S James 'Arg' Argent and Duncan Bannatyne from Dragon's Den are among the stars serving customers from behind the counter on behalf of the Make A Wish foundation charity.

McFly rock Oxford Circus

McFly are putting on a free concert Credit: ITV News

McFly have been getting West End shoppers in the Christmas spirit by performing a free concert.

Tom Fletcher, Dougie Poynter, Harry Judd and Danny Jones have taken over the centre of Oxford Circus to sing three hit songs.

McFly perform in Oxford St

McFly will sing three of their songs for the event Credit: Matt Crossick/PA Archive

Boy band McFly are performing in Oxford Street today to mark the start of a car-free day in the West End.

Oxford Street and Regent Street are pedestrian-only today for the eighth year running.

Oxford Street goes car free today

Oxford and Regent Streets will go car free today. Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Christmas shoppers in London will find buying presenters a lot easier today with Oxford Street and Regent Street being closed to cars.

The iconic streets will be pedestrianised from 8am-8pm to help boost spending and coincide with the end of the month, when many people get paid.

Stores are expecting to take over £100 million.

There will also be street performances and celebrity appearances.

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