Martin Garrix is rejected from a nightclub

March 9, 2017 GMT

Martin Garrix was refused entry to a Scottish club because he was wearing jogging bottoms.

The 20-year-old DJ was turned away from a venue in Dumfries in Scotland whilst shooting the music video for ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ with Dua Lipa because he wearing the sportswear.

Martin admits he’d already ignored the advice of his friend Calvin Harris - who hails from Dumfries - who told him not to hit the nightspots of his hometown.

Speaking about the embarrassing moment to MTV Online, the Dutch record producer said: “We shot it in Scotland, in Dumfries, and Calvin Harris is from there so I asked him, ‘Where can I go out in Dumfries?’ and he was like, ‘Don’t go out there!’ Oh and I didn’t get into the first club actually because I was wearing jogging pants.”

However, Martin’s refused entry did not stop him from persevering and trying to get into another hot spot where he could enjoy an evening parting.

He continued: “But we found a good spot and we partied so it was good. We went to the place next door. I had a really really fun weekend.”

And the dark-haired hunk was scared whilst shooting the accompanying footage for his latest track because the drones, which carried the filming equipment, were flying directly above his head and he has hinted he thought it would drop on him and cause an accident.

He continued: “This was crazy we shot with two drones, one drone was filming me. I was freezing, I think we shot it like 4 am.

“I loved the drone shots, because it was not one of the small drones you buy at the toy store it was massive drones. One drove could lift 50 kilos. A big lighting rig was hanging under one drone and they had this massive camera hanging on another. And it was scary because one of the drones was hanging over my heard the whole time. The safety briefing [team] were very happy having two very heavy drones with rotating plates above my head.”