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10 November 2011, 13:17
The 'Take A Chance On Me' singers extend an offer to the eliminated X Factor boy band to join them on tour in 2012.
JLS have revealed plans to have ousted X Factor boy band The Risk support them on their '4th Dimension' arena tour of the UK next year.
The former X Factor stars admit being shocked at the group's elimination last weekend, with band member Oritse Williams describing their exit as the show's 'biggest travesty'.
"I've got all of The Risk's numbers and as we've got the same management it makes sense for them to come on our tour," Marvin Humes told The Star. "I suggest they move in together and do as many gigs as they can.
"It was the biggest shock in X Factor history when they went out on Sunday – it's a massive injustice."
JLS are on course to score their sixth UK number one single this weekend with 'Take A Chance On Me', which currently stands at the top of the midweek charts.
The band will perform on the second day of this year's Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball in December alongside Jessie J, One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Wretch 32 and Emeli Sande.
The group took home the People's Choice award for their 'Eyes Wide Shut' video this week at the UK Music Video Awards.
JLS release their third studio album 'Jukebox' on 14th November.