It is fair to say that the television series The Big Reunion turned out to be a big success, reviving the careers of a lot of former bands, whose glory years are now long behind them. With JLS confirming that they will split up at the end of this year, Marvin Humes has insisted that they will never appear on The Big Reunion
Humes told Hello! Magazine, "People ask if we're going to be on ITV's 'The Big Reunion' in five years time, but there's no point because nothing went wrong with us. We don't hate each other and we're not drug addicts. We're still best friends and have had an incredible time together."
Meanwhile, Aston Merrygold admitted that they will all be emotional come the final concert, "We're all going to be emotional [at our final concert] but although there's going to be a lot of tears, there'll also be a lot of smiles. We're going to be on stage lapping up every last minute," he added.
Marvin Humes and Aston Merrygold, along with their JLS bandmates JB Gill and Oritsé Williams, will head their own separate ways, to focus on new solo projects, following the end of their Goodbye: The Greatest Hits Tour, which comes to an end on December 22.