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As JLS prepare for their final farewell, we asked you to vote for your favourite all time songs from Marvin, Aston, Oritse and JB. Check out the full top ten.
Starting off our countdown is the lead single from the boys' fourth album 'Evolution'. The track saw the group returning to their R&B roots and gave a flavour of what was to come on their last studio album.
In at number nine is the lead single from album number two. The up-tempo track shot straight to the top of the charts and featured a video inspired by the hit US show Entourage.
Joining forces with rapper Tinie Tempah, the reworking of their album track has become a firm favourite of the JLSters. The song was taken from the album 'Otta This World'.
It was the song that earned the boys a BRIT Award nomination in 2012 and is one of their most succesful to date. The video features many shirtless moments of the group and was filmed on location in Miami, Florida. It always feels like summer when this anthem hits the airwaves.
The boys get in the festive spirit for their 2011 single and also take a sample from the legendary Bing Crosby for their 'Jukebox' hit. Ready to see the top five?
Kicking off the top five is the BRIT Award winning 'Beat Again'. Following their runners-up spot on The X Factor the group didn't waste anytime and exploded onto the charts with their smash hit.
It was their third ever single, and fans still can't get enough of the emotional track. The inspirational lyrics still resonate as strongly today as they did back in 2009.
Wipe those tears away. It might be the final ever single from Aston, JB, Marvin and Oritse but the JLSters can't get enough and have voted it number three in our countdown.
It's another inspirational track from the boys with their charity single 'Proud'. The group take to the field inside the iconic Wembley Stadium and there's also cameos from Olympians Philips Idowu, Rebecca Adlington and Louis Smith.
Everybody is still in love with this track, and it's easy to see why. It was their second ever single and you voted it the number one all time JLS song. The group debuted the track during a return to The X Factor and we challenge you to not raise your hand when the anthemic chorus rings out!