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19 July 2012, 12:35
The 'Glad You Came' stars joined the stars of Christopher Nolan's comic book epic on the red carpet.
The Wanted and JLS were just some of the stars who walked the red carpet at the premiere of Christopher Nolan's final Batman film The Dark Knight Rises last night (18th July).
The 'Glad You Came' stars dressed up in tuxedo suits for the high profile outing in London's Leicester Square, and tweeted their praise for the DC Comics epic after getting to watch it at the film's European Premiere yesterday.
JLS star Oritse Williams was in attendance the event, dressed in a bright gold jacket, while his bandmate JB Gill was also present alongside girlfriend Chloe Tangney.
The film's cast, including main actors Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Anne Hathaway and Joseph Gordon-Levitt all walked the red carpet last night, while singer Pixie Lott and N-Dubz rapper Fazer similarly dressed up for the highly anticipated event.
"At the premiere of the dark knight rises! Better ending than I ever expected!" The Wanted's Siva Kaneswaran tweeted after seeing the film, while Tom Parker simply posted: "Batman was intense!! So good."
Check out a picture of Siva Kaneswaran at The Dark Knight Rises premiere below (Credit: PA):
Fellow JLS star Marvin Humes could not attend the premiere, causing speculation that his wedding to The Saturdays' Rochelle Wiseman could be happening very soon, but tweeted about how much Oritse had enjoyed the comic book adaptation.
"Didn't go to the Dark Knigth premiere but I'm sure Ritse and J will tell me ALL about it tomo! Ritse hasn't stopped talkin about it all day! Mx," Marvin wrote.
View a picture of film star Tom Hardy signing autographs for fans in London's Leicester square below (Credit: PA):
Both The Wanted and JLS are currently working on new albums expected for release later this year, with The Wanted confirming potential collaborations with Rita Ora, LMFAO and Dappy could all make the final track listing for their third studio offering.