JLS' Aston Merrygold And JB Gill Say Adopting A Child Would Be "Fantastic"

21 March 2012, 16:14

The 'Jukebox' singers say they would love to adopt an underprivileged child when they are ready for parenthood.

JLS stars JB Gill and Aston Merrygold have revealed recent charity work has inspired them to consider adopting a child in the future.

The 'She Makes Me Wanna' singers recently travelled to Uganda, Africa as part of their work for this year's Sport Relief campaign, and admit it would be "fantastic" to help a child in that way and give them a better life.

"It's definitely something that would be fantastic to do," JB told the Daily Mirror this week. "There are so many children all over the world who need good homes."

While the 'One Shot' singers are keen on the idea of adoption down the line Aston freely admits he isn't ready for parenthood just yet. 

"We're not in the right place for parenting at the moment as we're not responsible enough, but this is definitely something I'd like to do in the future," Aston explained. "Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, people like them are inspiring around the world, helping others and giving better lives. 

JLS are currently taking their '4th Dimension' tour across the UK, which arrives at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena tonight (21st March).

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