Kylie joins JLS

JLS were joined on stage by a very special guest at the recording of the forthcoming Christmas TV special, Sunday night.
 
The lads were joined on stage by Kylie, for a performance of her hit "All the lovers," much to the surprise of the 300 fans and VIPs in the audience. Aston was given the job of introducing the singer to the stage with the words " I can't believe I'm about to say this, ladies and gentlemen, welcome Kylie!"
 
Kylie, wearing a stunning blue off the shoulder dress, teased JB, Ortise, Marvin and Aston that she could become the fifth member of the band, after they were all showered in gold glitter. As Kylie left the stage Aston spent a few minutes trying to get glitter out of his hair and joked " it would probably take a week to wash out!"
 
Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes was lucky enough to watch the show and said " the lads did an an amazing job and the appearance of Kylie surprised everybody there. The lads also performed a new track from their forthcoming album, which sounded brilliant as well an uplifting version of their current single with the London Community Gospel Choir."
 
The ITV special airs in December.

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