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26 April 2013, 11:55
The 'Proud' singer says he wants to "fulfil" a lot of ideas afte the band go their separate ways.
Oritse Williams has opened up on his plans for the future in the wake of JLS announcing their split this week.
The 'Hottest Girl In The World' four-piece will break-up at the end of the year after a greatest hits album and final UK arena tour, and Oritse says he has a lot of ideas about what he wants to go next but is still struggling with the band's decision to part ways.
"I am not going to lie to you, I have been in tears over this," Oritse told Alan Carr during his Chatty Man interview this week. "Just the amount of energy and the time behind putting JLS together and coming up with the formula behind us.
"Even the boys would never have seen that effort when I was looking to get the band started," Oritse revealed.
The 'She Makes Me Wanna' singer went on to say he was always known as the "boy with all the ideas" while growing up, and wants to capitalise on this moving forward.
"I want to fulfil that. I want to be known as the guy that came up with something that nobody could ever imagine or dream possible," Oritse explained. "I'm looking at doing various TV projects as well as music projects.
"I have my own company, O Street Entertainment," he added. "I've never really talked about it because it's not a vanity thing for me, it's something I'm passionate about."
Check out a picture of JLS star Oritse Williams breaking down on Chatty Man this week below (Credit: Channel 4):
JLS launch their 'Goodbye: Greatest Hits' tour towards the end of 2013.
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