Boy band JLS have announced they are reuniting, seven years after they split.
The band broke the news on Wednesday, announcing they will hit the road for a string of dates in November and December this year.
A video on their Twitter account shows the singers - Aston Merrygold, Oritse Williams, Marvin Humes and JB Gill - on the phone with each other discussing a comeback.
“IT’S TIME!!” said the caption.
You better believe it!! You’re boys are back 💯💛 https://t.co/DMrcC2s27m— JLS (@JLSOfficial)February 12, 2020
“Our #BeatAgainTour is coming your way this Nov/Dec.
“We can’t wait to be reunited with you all!”
Part of JLS’ hit song Beat Again then plays.
The lyrics say: “Let’s just get back together, We should’ve never broke up.”
JLS found fame in 2008 when they were contestants on The X Factor.
They were runner-ups but went on to release four albums – JLS, Outta This World, Jukebox and Evolution – before splitting in 2013.
Last year, Williams told how he went through a “horrific” experience when he was accused of raping a woman in his hotel room. Jurors unanimously acquitted Williams in May 2019.
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