JLS are ready to bring the beat again with an official reunion – and they've just added an extra date.
Following months of rumours, the former X Factor runners-up released a video last week confirming that they will reform with their original line-up of Aston Merrygold, Oritsé Williams, Marvin Humes and JB Gill for the 'Beat Again Tour' this autumn.
The tour is set to kick off in Dublin on Thursday, November 12, and will stop in Cardiff, Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester and several other cities before wrapping up in Nottingham on December 2. And now, the boys have added a third show at The O2 in London on Thursday, December 10.
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JLS will play the following shows on their 2020 'Beat Again' reunion tour:
- Thursday, November 12: Dublin, 3Arena
- Friday, November 12: Belfast, SSE Arena
- Sunday, November 15: Brighton, Brighton Centre
- Monday, November 16: Bournemouth, Bournemouth International Centre
- Wednesday, November 18: Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
- Thursday, November 19: Hull, Bonus Arena
- Friday, November 20: Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena
- Saturday, November 21: Newcastle, Utilita Arena
- Wednesday, November 25: Leeds, First Direct Arena
- Thursday, November 26: Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
- Friday, November 27: Manchester, Manchester Arena
- Saturday, November 28: Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
- Monday, November 30: Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
- Tuesday, December 1: London, The O2
- Wednesday, December 2: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
- Thursday, December 10: London, The O2
Earlier this month, JB teased that the "time's right" for a reunion because 2020 marks a decade since JLS released their debut self-titled album – which went four-times platinum in the UK.
"We are all very much in touch, we're still brothers," he teased. "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."
They also performed a couple of their greatest hits last week on The One Show.
Times have definitely changed for JLS, seeing as former Strictly star Aston had downplayed the likelihood of JLS getting back together only a few years ago.
"From my end of the spectrum I've got things I want to achieve," he said. "It's more along the lines of no-one can sit there and say never but no-one can sit there and say we definitely will at the same time.
"What we did was amazing and we'll always remember that, but at the end of the day if it ever happens again, who knows."
The magic of JLS will happen again – in arenas all across the UK this autumn.
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