JLS On '4th Dimension' UK Tour: "We Knew It Had To Be Big"

16 March 2012, 12:21

The 'Beat Again' stars say their latest jaunt had to go one better than their last 'Outta This World' outing.

JLS have confessed they invested in a big budget for their '4th Dimension' UK tour because they wanted to ensure they out did their efforts on the 'Outta This World' jaunt last year.

The 'One Shot' stars told the Daily Star that it was important for the group to show themselves at the top of their game and so ensured all areas were covered in preparing for the jaunt.

Singer Marvin Humes confessed: "It was important for us to have every single area covered so we can be at the top of our game, and hope-fully we've done that."

"We always want to put on a great show – people pay good money to come and see us so we want to make sure people have value for money. The 'Outta This World' tour was a spectacle, and we knew that this one had to be even bigger."

The group had many items custom made for the jaunt including expensive footwear which was given extra care and attention for the shows.

"Our trainers cost £2,000 a pair because they've been designed for us. The woman behind them flew over from Japan to oversee the whole production rehearsals to make sure that they worked."

Meanwhike, JLS yesterday (15th March) announced dates for a new summer tour which will see them play a variety of outdoor venues across the UK in August and September.

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