Marvin Humes has admitted that he and his JLS bandmates couldn't hold back their tears while performing their last song at their final concert before splitting up.
Marvin Humes cried when his band JLS split up.
The 28-year-old singer - who is now presenting BBC One talent show 'The Voice' alongside Emma Willis - has admitted that his final concert with his former bandmates brought tears to his eyes.
He said: ''I'm sensitive, I've got feeling but I don't cry. There's nothing wrong with guys who do. But the JLS concert was huge. We got to the very last song of the very last show - Everybody in Love is our encore track - and I couldn't sing.
''All of us were in tears. We're such close brothers, it made us realise, 'This is it.'''
Despite crying at the break-up of his band - who were runners up on the UK version of the 'X Factor' in 2008 - Marvin claims he didn't shed a tear at his wedding to 'The Saturdays' star Rochelle Humes or when their daughter Alaia-Mai was born last year.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror newspaper, he added: ''When my daughter was born, that was obviously really emotional. That and getting married were the most incredible moments - but I didn't feel I was going to cry. I'm just a happy person.''
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