Ahead of their appearance on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge, Californian band Haim got washed and dressed in the disabled loos. True story.
The sisters, Danielle, Este and Alana, rolled up to BBC radio's London studios with minutes to spare and wearing the clothes they slept in. "Then they got washed in the disabled toilets," announced presenter Nick Grimshaw.
The morning after their Live Lounge appearance, Haim "tumbled into a photo studio in Shoreditch," for a shoot and interview with the Telegraph.
"Makeup-free and dressed as if they've just stepped out of a saloon bar... They looked great" wrote interviewer Craig McLean.
And as for the getting ready in the toilet claim? Yup, they totally confirmed it. "We did," Danielle told McLean.
"We came in our pyjamas. We got up at 5am in Belgium, and we missed the train, so we were late."
Although the trio's fashion and beauty regime may seem a little haphazard after this series of events, McLean revealed the girls sent over a list of labels they approve of ahead of the Telegraph shoot.
"Prior to the Stella photoshoot they had sent in a list of the labels they would and wouldn't wear," he wrote.
"On the 'would wear' list were designer and high-street brands including Cos, Isabel Marant and Chloé, plus directions such as 'Western accents' and 'a LOT of short shorts'."
We didn't think it was possible, but we've fallen more in love with these girls after this.
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