JLS are adamant they won't appear on any TV reunion shows following their split, which will come at the end of this year.
JLS won't be going on 'The Big Reunion' after their split.
The boy band rose to fame after appearing on the 2008 series of 'The X Factor' and have five UK number one singles and four UK top five albums to their name, and claim they won't reunite for a reality TV show as they are going out on a high.
Singer Marvin Humes told HELLO! Magazine: ''People ask if we're going to be on ITV's 'The Big Reunion' in five years time, but there's no point because nothing went wrong with us.
''We don't hate each other and we're not drug addicts. We're still best friends and have had an incredible time together.''
JB will be working on the farm he recently bought in Scotland, Ortise has his own entertainment management company, Aston will be working on solo material and Marvin will continue to present both radio and TV shows, including co-starring on talent show 'The Voice' alongside Emma Willis.
Aston added: ''We're all going to be emotional [at our final concert] but although there's going to be a lot of tears, there'll also be a lot of smiles.
''We're going to be on stage lapping up every last minute.''
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