JLS Singer JB Gill Confirms Group Is In Talks For A 10 Year Reunion
It is nearing 10 years since Oritse Williams, JB Gill, Aston Merrygold and Marvin Humes released their very first album together and solidified themselves as nothing short of musical icons of the noughties.
And to celebrate, they have confessed they are thinking about reforming.
Yep, speaking to The Sun at the Paddington premiere this weekend, JB teased: "This year is a big year for us: our 10 year anniversary [since JLS's debut album].
"We are all very much in touch, we're still brothers. We met up recently, a few weeks back, and we've always said when the time's right we could do something.
"So a reunion... never say never."
The 'Beat Again' hitmakers first shot to fame back on ITV singing competition The X Factor, and went from strength to strength after coming in as runners up after Alexandra Burke.
The news comes as a JLS reunion was first teased all the way back in November.
At the time, The Sun hinted that the tour could even include new music from the boys - although JB was yet to comment on this.
The industry source said: "The time is finally right for a comeback, now that everyone has had the chance to do try out other things and fulfil some personal goals.
"They have stayed really good mates and always loved being on stage together. Now feels like the right time.
"They have the best memories from their JLS days and are chomping at the bit to give something back to their fans.
"Details are being finalised, but it's all looking really hopeful and positive. Currently there are just plans for shows and maybe a few new tracks."
"But it if it really takes off for them it could fully relaunch the band."
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