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Wednesday 23 July 2014

JLS farewell to fans at final show

JLS have said goodbye to their fans

JLS have bid a fond farewell to their fans at their final concert as a group.

Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, JB Gill and Oritse Williams finished their last tour with a show at London's O2 Arena watched by a host of celebrity fans, according to Digital Spy.

In the audience were Louis Tomlinson and his girlfriend Eleanor Calder, Niall Horan, Marvin's wife Saturdays singer Rochelle, and Cheryl Cole, who was on The X Factor judging panel when the group were discovered.

JLS finished their performance with a cover of Boyz II Men's End Of The Road.

Before the show Rochelle tweeted: "Got a feeling this weekend is gonna be an emotional one #JLSGoodbyeTour #needtopullmyselftogether."

Cheryl also offered her support on Instagram: "Soooo proud of these boys ! Was here on their first day! It only felt right to be here on their last! Love you boys! #farewellJls #muchlove."

After their final gig, the boys tweeted their fans about how it felt to officially end JLS.

Aston tweeted: "That hit me like a f***ing hurricane! But Seriously from the bottom of my [heart] thank u! For now I'll say 'see you later' forget goodbye! #love."

Oritse tweeted: "IM so GRATEFUL!!! THANK u THANK u Alll!!!!!!!"

JB added: "That was alot... I went fully in with the stage love in that show...So many amazing messages already! Definitely going on with a bang..."

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