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20 May 2013, 15:36
The 'Carry You' four-piece say they have all had bad experiences of driving cars in the past.
Union J have admitted they have a bad history of accidents when it comes to each of their abilities behind the wheel of a car.
Band member George Shelley is currently taking on a crash course in driving but his bandmates have revealed each of them suffered a road accident shortly after passing their tests.
"I wrote off my first car after just two weeks!" JJ Hamblett admitted to the Daily Star this past week. "I was driving to quick on a wet road and crashed into the back of an 80 year-old man's car with a little dog in the back. I burst into tears!"
Both Union J members Josh Cuthbert and Jaymi Hensley have both also had accidents in the past, and revealed all about them this week.
"I was eating a pain au chocolate when I skidded on black ice and crashed my first car," Josh admitted. "I did a 360 degree spin, hit the curb, flipped over and hit a lamp post.
"I crashed [my car] just after passing my first test," Jaymi added. "I tried to change my Whitney Houston CD and that was that."
Check out a picture of Union J at the British Soap Awards below (Credit: Getty):
Last month saw the band unveil their debut single 'Carry You' and release the song's accompanying music video.
Union J are also set to perform live at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 next month on 9th June at Wembley Stadium.