Busted track down their schoolboy crush Miss McKenzie – watch

She's what they went to school for...

Busted have released a video in which they track down the subject of their schoolboy obsession, Miss McKenzie, in a promo video for their forthcoming UK tour.

Miss McKenzie is the central character of the band’s first single ‘What I Go To School For’, which was released in 2002 and peaked at number three. In the track, the band describe their love of their teacher, saying “Girlfriends I’ve had plenty, none like Miss Mackenzie, that’s what I go to school for.”

Matt Willis described how the video came to be, saying:


“We were thinking of interesting things to film whilst we were recording at Abbey Road, and came up with the idea of tracking down the original Miss McKenzie from the ‘What I Got To School For’ video.”

“It was a really fun trip down memory lane and took us back to 13 years ago when we first filmed the video. And she still looks great!”

Watch the short video via the band’s Facebook page, below:

Anyone seen Miss Mckenzie lately?

Posted by Busted on Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Busted reformed recently after a ten-year absence, with Charlie Simpson rejoining the pop group after they spent a period fused with McFly and playing as ‘McBusted’. Simpson – who once described the group as “torture” – has talked up the band’s new material, saying:

“The new songs are really exciting. It’s different to any of the stuff we’ve done before. We’ll hopefully have a new track out before the tour starts.”


The band will play the following dates:

London, The SSE Wembley Arena (May 11)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro Arena (May 14)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (May 15)
Sheffield, Arena (May 17)
Nottingham, Capital FM Arena (May 18)
Birmingham, Genting Arena (May 20)
Manchester, Arena (May 21)
Liverpool, Echo Arena (May 22)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (May 24)
Bournemouth, BIC (May 25)
London, The O2 (May 28)
Belfast, The SSE Arena (May 30)
Dublin, 3Arena (May 31)