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Oritse and AJ do festive film poses

Oritse Williams and his girlfriend AJ Azari have been getting into the festive spirit by dressing up as characters from their favourite Christmas films.

The JLS star and his partner donned outfits from Christmas classics Home Alone, Elf and White Christmas, which were rated in the top 10 things on TV to put people in a festive mood in a poll by Virgin Media.

The pair were pictured as Home Alone's bungling burglars, dressing the tree in Elf and in traditional seasonal garb for their White Christmas photo shoot.

JLS are currently on their farewell tour after announcing they would split earlier this year, but Oritse said he wasn't going to let the sadness get to him.

He explained: "I'm just enjoying every day I'm with the boys, I'm not even thinking about anything sad. I don't want our last memories to be that I felt sad.

"I love performing and each time getting better. I'm going to miss the boys because I've been with them for seven years, so I'll definitely miss them."

Oritse also revealed that the JLS boys would be holding their own Christmas celebrations while on tour, saying : "We do Secret Santa so I've got to get a present for one of the boys."

Asked about his best ever JLS Secret Santa present, he replied: "My juicer from Marvin!"

Oritse and AJ were recently crowned champions of celebrity dancing contest Stepping Out, and the star said he thought his other half could have a future in dance TV.

He said: "I think AJ would be great as a judge on Stepping Out. I'm going to leave it to AJ now she was the star of Stepping Out."

Oritse and AJ are promoting Virgin Media's TiVo service, a digital video recording set-top device that means families don't need to fight over the remote control at Christmas as they can record all of their favourite programmes to watch later.

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