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JLS are reuniting for major comeback tour

Emily Brown

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JLS are reuniting for major comeback tour

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Everybody in love (with JLS), it's time to put your hands up because the boyband is officially reuniting.

It's true - just when you thought you'd never hear their heart beat again, Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, JB Gill and Oritsé Williams are set to embark on a major comeback tour.

It comes 15 years after the group showed off their singing skills on X Factor, after which they went on to release bangers like 'Eyes Wide Shut', 'One Shot' and, of course, 'Everybody In Love'.

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Fans will be able to hear all the hits live when the tour kicks off later this year, but the group will also be bringing something new to the table.

In an interview with The Sun, Marvin revealed there was 'going to be an element that audiences have never seen before from us'.

He continued: "People know that I DJ and the fans have asked for me to do some sort of DJing in the show. But that would mean the other three getting a rest, which I’m not up for.

"Aston is DJing now, so there will be a part of the show where Aston and I will be playing tunes and JB and Oritsé will be hyping the crowd.

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"We’re not just talking about JLS songs, we’ll be playing big records that represent the era that people know us the most from.”

JLS' comeback tour will kick off in October. Credit: @jlsofficial/Instagram
JLS' comeback tour will kick off in October. Credit: @jlsofficial/Instagram

Marvin added that JLS isn't 'ruling out' the creation of their own new music, but explained they 'haven’t had the chance to get into the studio yet'.

"If we manage to get some tracks done this year then it will be a big bonus," he added, while Oritsé said the group is keen to 'get out there and play the hits.'

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"It’s those nostalgic songs which remind people of all their experiences growing up," Oritsé continued.

"And now some of those fans have children and they want their children to experience what they experienced growing up in the JLS era.”

JLS kicked off their career on X Factor. Credit: ALAN EDWARDS / Alamy Stock Photo
JLS kicked off their career on X Factor. Credit: ALAN EDWARDS / Alamy Stock Photo

Aston acknowledged the band has previously set a high bar with their live shows, with fans seeing 'flying cars' and the group coming 'down from the ceiling'.

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“We’ve set trends by doing outlandish stuff on tour so I’m not sure what else we can do to shock people," he said. "But everyone’s always expecting greatness from a JLS show, which we will try and provide.”

Tickets for the Everybody Say JLS: The Hits Tour will go on sale on 3 March at 9am before the tour kicks off at Dublin’s 3Arena on 20 October.

The group will perform 15 arena shows before bringing the tour to an end at Sheffield’s Utilita Arena on 11 November.

Topics: Music, Celebrity

Emily Brown
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