Hours after announcing their split, ‘Beat Again’ quartet made their way to the Alan Carr‘s ‘Chatty Man’ to share more on their reasons for breaking up.
Unfortunately for founding member Oritse Williams, addressing the group’s demise proved far too much for him to handle when he broke down in front of the show’s studio audience- comforted by the members he scouted and led to ‘X Factor UK’ glory.
Peep these pics of ‘Dessert’ quartet JLS, making their first public appearance since announcing their untimely split this morning.
Arriving at the London Studios to tape an interview with Channel 4‘s Alan Carr, the group met with and consoled fans perched outside the studio, as the sales of tickets purchased for their forthcoming shows have trebled in the last few hours.
Check out these shots of JLS frontman Aston Merrygold celebrating his 25th birthday party at Essex’s ‘Sugar Hut‘ last week.
Sans the group’s founding member Oritse, the ‘Desert’ singers hit the venue with a number of their closest pals, including British Olympian Louis Smith- almost a year after the group collaborated with Def Jam singer Elijah Blakeon their fourth studio album, ‘Evolution’.
Time sure flies when at the top. Four years have passed since Pop quad JLS blazed onto the UK charts and the period within has seen the group notch up five #1′s and 10 million record sales worldwide.
With their fourth album ‘Evolution’ continuing their success-trend, we caught up with the boys to chat to them about the project, its markedly more “Urban” sound, breaking the US, solo projects and more.
JLS’ new dual single ‘Hold Me Down’ and ‘Give Me Life’ are available on iTunes now!