JLS On Their Future In Music: "We'll Still Be Singing When We're OAPs"

2 April 2012, 10:34

The 'One Shot' singers have joked that they will still be performing together when they're old men.

JLS say they want to keep making music well into old age and have no plans to retire from the music business.

The 'She Makes Me Wanna' singers, who are currently on tour across the UK, say they hope to stay working in the industry for the foreseeable future.

"We'd be happy writing in our rocking chairs," Marvin Humes told the Daily Star this week. "We would still like to be singing when we're OAPs - for sure."

The 'Take A Chance On Me' singers explained that their career aim is to get to a secure position like some of the industry's top artist, and to continue releasing new music whenever they feel inspired.

"We'd like to get to that stage where we don't need to do an album or tour but we will if we want to," JB Gill explained. "Like Madonna or Take That can."

Last week band member Aston Merrygold praised Justin Bieber's brand new single 'Boyfriend', describing the iTunes US number one as a "tune".

JLS' '4th Dimension' tour continues tomorrow night (3rd April) with a performance at the Aberdeen AECC.

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