JLS Say British Music Is "In The Best Place It's Ever Been"

13 March 2012, 15:26

The 'Take A Chance On Me' singers believe the recent success of UK acts worldwide shows how strong the industry is.

JLS star Marvin Humes has praised the UK music industry and says he is proud of all the British acts doing well across the world.

The 'She Makes Me Wanna' singer made the comments after congratulating British boy band The Wanted on their recent success in America, after they reached number four on the US Billboard Top 100.

"UK music is in the best place that's it's ever been right now," Marvin tweeted earlier today (13th March). "Doing things big all around the world! RT if u are #ProudToBeBritish! Mx." 

Earlier today band member Oritse Williams said JLS were getting to live the dream, following the release of third album 'Jukebox' at the end of 2011. 

The 'Proud' singer was speaking ahead kicking off the four-piece band's latest UK arena tour, called the '4th Dimension' tour, which launches in Liverpool tomorrow night (14th March).

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