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JLS make a stylish arrival at BBC Broadcasting House in time for their performance for The One Show

JLS make a stylish arrival at BBC studios in time for sensational rooftop performance for The One Show as they reunite after splitting 8 years ago










They dropped their comeback single Eternal Love on Friday in a bid to crack the charts again following an eight year hiatus.

And JLS made a stylish arrival at BBC Broadcasting House later in the day in time to put on a sensational rooftop performance on The One Show.

The boyband – consisting of members Aston Merrygold, 33, Oritsé Williams, 34, Marvin Humes, 36, and JB Gill, 34 – rocked dressed-down ensembles consisting of distressed light blue denim jeans and buttoned down shirts.

Squad: And JLS made a stylish arrival at BBC Broadcasting House on Friday in time to put on a sensational rooftop performance on The One Show

Fashion forward: The boyband - consisting of members Marvin Humes, 36, Aston Merrygold, 33, Oritsé Williams, 34 and JB Gill, 34 (in order) - rocked dressed-down ensembles consisting of distressed light blue denim jeans and buttoned down shirts

Fashion forward: The boyband – consisting of members Marvin Humes, 36, Aston Merrygold, 33, Oritsé Williams, 34 and JB Gill, 34 (in order) – rocked dressed-down ensembles consisting of distressed light blue denim jeans and buttoned down shirts

Shiny onyx leather jackets and trousers were also thrown into the mix, while all the boys donned a pair of Doc Marten boots. 

Marvin rocked a black shirt with an edgy motif, featuring Al Pacino and David Bowie while Oritsé cut a blue-and-white checkered shirt, which he buttoned down. 

Aston wore a black shirt, a co-ordinating T-shirt and light blue oversized jeans, as JB caught the eye in a printed double denim jeans and jacket ensemble. 

Looking good: Marvin donned a black shirt with an edgy motif, featuring Al Pacino (left) and David Bowie (right)

Edgy: He kept warm with an off-white collared jacket

Looking good: Marvin donned a black shirt with an edgy motif, featuring Al Pacino (left) and David Bowie (right)

Dressed down: Oritsé paired a blue-and-white checkered shirt with a black leather jacket

Casual: He combined the look with a pair of onyx leather trousers

Dressed down: Oritsé paired a blue-and-white checkered shirt with a black leather jacket

Stylish: Aston wore a black shirt, a co-ordinating T-shirt and light blue oversized jeans

Tresses: He styled his dark brown tresses into a pair of braids

Stylish: Aston wore a black shirt, a co-ordinating T-shirt and light blue oversized jeans

Following their entertaining show on the Broadcasting House roof, The One Show took to Instagram to declare that the boys have returned for good.

‘They’re back! On the roof performing their new single ‘Eternal Love’ – it’s @JLSOfficial! Stream on @BBCiPlayer http://bbc.in/38BJyzB #TheOneShow.’

They shot to fame on The X Factor in 2008 where they finished as runners-up to series winner Alexandra Burke. 

Confident: The gang appeared to be in high spirits as they hit the streets of London together

Confident: The gang appeared to be in high spirits as they hit the streets of London together 

Unmissable: JB caught the eye in a double denim jeans and jacket ensemble

Eye-catching: He accessorised his look with a black beanie hat

Unmissable: JB caught the eye in a double denim jeans and jacket ensemble 

Having a blast! Following their entertaining show on the Broadcasting House roof, The One Show took to Instagram to declare that the boys have returned for good

Having a blast! Following their entertaining show on the Broadcasting House roof, The One Show took to Instagram to declare that the boys have returned for good

The band members posed for an edgy new shoot for Fault Magazine, that will arguably shed their previous noughties image.

Proving they mean business when it comes to their musical comeback, they ditched their trademark colours of red, yellow, blue and green for a more mature and stylish look.

Looking cool and collected in their on-trend wardrobe, JLS rang in a new era ahead of the release of their first album since splitting in 2013.

Throwback: They shot to fame on The X Factor in 2008 where they finished as runners-up to series winner Alexandra Burke (pictured in 2008)

Throwback: They shot to fame on The X Factor in 2008 where they finished as runners-up to series winner Alexandra Burke (pictured in 2008)

The single, penned by Grammy Award-winning artist Ed Sheeran and produced by Steve Mac who wrote the band’s hit Beat Again, features on their new album aptly named JLS 2.0 which is due for release in December.

Eternal Love is an R&B inspired track, featuring seamless harmonies and is a nod to the band’s new direction in 2021, while still capturing the sound JLS is known for.

Last year, the four-piece confirmed they were making a comeback as they unveiled plans to tour once again – a decade after their last headline tour. 

New era: JLS celebrated the release of their new music amid their comeback as they posed for an edgy shoot to mark a new era for the band with Fault Magazine

New era: JLS celebrated the release of their new music amid their comeback as they posed for an edgy shoot to mark a new era for the band with Fault Magazine


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