JLS 'to be bigger than the Jackson 5'
JLS have stated that they have plans to become even more successful than the Jackson 5.
The boy band, who found fame competing on The X Factor, told the Metro that they hope to surpass the success seen by their heroes.
Oritse Williams added that he intends to make the group, who released their track Everybody in Love in America during the summer, last for at least ten years.
Speaking before their performance on the show that made them famous last night (November 14th 2010), Williams added that they are looking forward to getting out on tour later this month for their first string of arena shows.
The four-piece, who have recorded this year's Children In Need charity single entitled Love You More, are set to perform shows in cities around the UK, including Aberdeen, Cardiff, Birmingham and Newcastle.
Their second album, entitled Outta This World, is scheduled to be released on November 22nd.
By Jemma Howard
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