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25 April 2013, 13:50
The 'Love You More' singer has also revealed plans to move into deer farming in the future.
JLS star JB Gill has revealed he plans to buy a deer farm in Scotland in the wake of the news the band are to split.
Yesterday (24th April) saw the announcement the 'Hottest Girl In The World' four-piece will break-up after their final album and tour at the end of 2013, and JB says he now split his time between work on his Kentish farm and a new project up north.
"I'm just focusing this year on the farm," JB told The Sun this week. "I'm in the middle of trying to set up a place in Scotland deer farming.
"The farm for me is an ongoing thing, it's an investment," he explained. "It's something that's different and close to my heart.
"My dad's involved in it with me, so I guess it's a father and song thing that we can get stuck into," JB said, admitting he hopes his children might carry on with the farm one day."
Check out a picture of JB Gill with his bandmates at their perfume launch this year below (Credit: Getty):
Despite his main focus being the farm, JB says he also wants to make other plans for the future after a year off focusing on his home life.
"I just really want to focus on that, make sure the housekeeping is in order and take nine months to a year to figure out what else I want to do," he added.
JLS's 'Goodbye' tour begins in November.
You can hear JLS star Marvin Humes ever Friday night on Capital from 7pm.