JLS won't reunite for 'X Factor: All Stars'.
The 'Everybody in Love' hitmakers - which comprises of Aston Merrygold, Oritsé Williams, Marvin Humes and JB Gill - have no plans to get back together for the special series of the 'X Factor', after coming second on the show in 2008.
Marvin told the Daily Star Online: "Obviously we are not a band at the minute but we are super close. We are best mates but I think we'll watch it instead ... We wouldn't just reunite like that. It's a big deal if we're to ever do that and I don't we would just do it for the show. It's not on the cards... we all have kids and puppies and are getting married. We have busy lives. A lot has changed in 10 or 11 years."
The 'X Factor' is getting a massive overhaul this year, with Simon confirming there will be two series of 'The X Factor' this year.
She said: "I want to clear up any myths - because I've got some exciting news. I've had a meeting with ITV, I've told them what I think we'd like to do with 'X Factor' because we've been waiting to have this opportunity. The time feels right, and it will be a huge change. We haven't exactly confirmed the dates or the order of the shows, but essentially there are going to be two versions of X Factor running this year. I think it's going to be huge, it's the best I've felt about this show in years ...
"It runs for bloody months. No other show can run for months, it's like putting on a soap opera every year, so that's what we've got to work out, but I've got a plan. Now we've just got to get the dates sorted. But don't give too much away, I don't want my competitors to know."