The 'This Morning' presenter discusses her experience of racial prejudice alongside Emeli Sande and Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock on 'The Talk'.
The JLS star appealed to his 378k followers for help after a picture he posted of his two-year-old son Grayson was subjected to racist comments.
Marvin Humes is looking forward to spending time with the son he is currently expecting with wife Rochelle, with whom he already shares daughters Alaia-Mai and Valentina.
JB Gill has said, 'We met up recently, a few weeks back, and we’ve always said when the time’s right we could do something.'
The former boyband star was cleared of rape in May after waiting three years to go on trial.
A large fire that has broken out at the home of JLS star Oritse Williams is being treated as ‘suspicious’ by the police.
The JLS star's manager said he thought the woman was "probably not" enjoying sex with Williams and when he tried to join in she "didn't really respond".
The former 'X Factor' contestant is accused of raping a woman who he lured back to his hotel room in Wolverhampton in 2016 after plying her with alcohol
JLS star Oritsé Williams has been accused of raping and sexually assaulting a 20-year-old woman in a hotel woman earlier this month. Oritsé, who shot to fame when JLS appeared on The X Factor back in 2008, has been arrested and questioned by police over the incident. The Sun reports that Oritsé met the woman at Gorgeous nightclub in Wolverhampton on December 2nd, where he was promoting his remixed 2015 album, ‘Waterline’.
It’s hard to believe that it has been eight long years since JLS burst onto the scene via The X Factor, with Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, Oritse Williams and JB Gill coming second to Alexandra Burke back in 2008. Although the band have since gone their separate ways career wise, the foursome are still the best of friends and when we caught up with Aston for an exclusive chat about his new solo single, ‘I Ain’t Missing You’, we just had to talk about his thoughts on this year’s controversial X Factor series. When we asked Aston how he would have felt if JLS lost their spot to a novelty act all those years ago, the star admitted that’d he wouldn’t be happy.
JLS fans might want to put down their pens, pencils and sandwiches and listen up, because Marvin Humes has been spilling the beans about the boys getting back in the studio together. The Capital FM DJ has shared details of his impromptu studio session with his former band members after his 31st birthday celebrations last month. Speaking to the Daily Star, Marvin recalled: “We all met up and went out in London for my birthday a few weeks ago.
When JLS split up back in 2013, the only solace that we had was the fact that Marvin Humes, Aston Merrygold, JB Gill, and Oritse Williams all promised us that they’d stay best friends forever. This ongoing bromance is probs just one of the reasons why we all got kind of emotional this morning when we woke up to snapshots of an actual JLS reunion… Although unfortunately, Aston wasn’t actually able to make it. Marvin’s wife, the gorgeous Rochelle, was the first one to share a snapshot of the group weekend away, with a collage of photos from her, Marv, and Alaia’s time spent with JB and Oritse and their families.
Every year it seems as though no matter who is announced as an X Factor judge, they will be slagged off by a load of know-it-alls who claim that they aren’t the right people for the job. Although this time around Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw’s CV has taken a bashing from X Factor fans because he isn’t an artist or a manager, veteran judge Cheryl Fernandez Versini has seen her qualifications as a mentor take a bashing over the years, with X Factor alumni, Katie Waissel, being the most recent person to come forward to criticize her credentials. Giving his two cents on the whole judging debacle when we caught up with the star following the debut of his long-awaited solo single ‘Get Stupid’, Aston told us: “I think the choices this year have been great.
Explaining to us why his solo music took so ruddy long to reach our eardrums, Aston shares that after being in a band for absolutely yonks, he needed to dedicate the time to work out exactly what he wanted to do, and it can’t just be us who thinks that he reached the right decision, can it?