JLS making huge change in shake up for 2023 tour after announcing reunion | The Sun02/23/2023
JLS's upcoming huge reunion tour will be packed with catchy tunes and smooth dance moves – but the boys will also show-off another of their talents.
Not only will they be performing all of their hits, including No1s Beat Again, Everybody In Love and The Club Is Alive, they will take part in a DJ battle on stage.
In an exclusive interview to announce the tour, taking place 15 years after they kicked off their career on TV’s The X Factor, Marvin Humes said: “There is going to be an element that audiences have never seen before from us.
“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.
“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.”
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Aston Merrygold continued: “You’ve seen flying cars from us and you’ve seen us come down from the ceiling.
“We’ve set trends by doing outlandish stuff on tour so I’m not sure what else we can do to shock people.
"But everyone’s always expecting greatness from a JLS show, which we will try and provide.”
The Everybody Say JLS: The Hits Tour will kick off at Dublin’s 3Arena on October 20 and take in a total of 15 arena shows, ending at Sheffield’s Utilita Arena on November 11.
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Tickets go on sale next Friday, March 3, at 9am.
The band released their first album in nine years in 2021 when they dropped 2.0, but this time they are focusing on performing their biggest tunes.
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